‘Eye In The Sky’ Review

This incredibly tense drone drama is a film so current and relevant it demands to be seen. Gavin Hood’s film, set almost entirely in real-time, details essentially every event on every level leading up to a potential drone strike, putting forth a depiction of the vast amount of decision-making and back-and-forth between officials that occurs…

DVDs Of The Month: March

Autumn’s awards-baiting films, and the customary Young-Adult adaptation, have now arrived on DVD. This month offers a wide range of genres and stories now available for you to delve into at home. Steve Jobs Sorkin and Boyle, a combination that would seem to fit perfectly, and does so here in this biopic of the Apple…

‘Zootopia’ Review

Zootopia/Zootropolis (depending on where you are) is a great example of what Disney can do when it is on form. It is a fun, clever story with a deeper, and arguably more currently relevant, message than may be expected from the company. The film follows Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin), the first rabbit police officer in…

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Review

A film that should have been a huge event, looked forward to by the masses and guaranteed box office success, has instead arrived with a bit of a disappointing thud. Instead of exciting and thrilling, the film is very slow and often dull. This gives it an air of self-importance that alienates the audience. The…