Back To The Future Day 21/10/15

Today is the day. The future is now. We have finally reached the day Marty and Doc travelled to from 1985, and our future is…not quite as it was imagined in the film, but Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale did get an amazing amount right. While we may not have hoverboards or flying cars (or…

‘Suffragette’ Review

Suffragette is an important film, and deserves to be. The historically important events that it shows are of the utmost importance but sadly have faded in people’s minds over the years. This film will instil in you the great significance and heroism of these women, and will evoke your well-earned gratitude. It is astonishing that…

‘Sicario’ Review

Denis Villeneuve is an extraordinary director, just look at his body of work, and this film is no exception. Sicario is a brilliant thriller based around the US government’s operations to take down Mexican drug cartels that will keep your eyes fixed on the screen. As the film is told from the perspective of Emily…

‘Macbeth’ Review

To take something over 400 years old and be able to create a fresh, exciting new adaptation of it is something of a feat. The source material for this film is obviously extremely strong, but Justin Kurzel elevates it into a cinematic epic on a grand scale. The age-old story of Macbeth’s quest to fulfill…

‘The Martian’ Review

Sir Ridley Scott has faced a bit of a lull in his career over the past decade with most of his films not being huge critical or commercial successes, but when you’re the director such classics as Blade Runner, Alien and Gladiator (to name a few), you are sure to bounce back, and that’s just…