‘Logan Lucky’ Review

Stepping out of retirement, Steven Soderbergh returns to the big screen with a (Joe) bang with Logan Lucky, one of the funniest and cleverly original comedies we’ve had in a while. Set in West Virginia, the film follows Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum), a divorced father, his one-armed bartender brother Clyde (Adam Driver) and his sister…

‘The Big Sick’ Review

Just when we were doubting if the good romcom was becoming extinct, The Big Sick arrives and proves it is very much alive and thriving, but not only that, it can still be approached from fresh angles and with minimal overused conventions. Based on star Kumail Nanjiani and his wife’s, co-writer Emily V. Gordon, real…

‘Dunkirk’ Review

One of the most highly anticipated films of the year, from one of the most innovative and beloved directors around, taking on a vital piece of history; the expectations were sky high. There was so much pressure on this film to blow us away that if it didn’t even quite reach those hefty heights, it…

‘The Beguiled’ Review

Sofia Coppola’s latest is a visually gorgeous, stripped back remake that tells an intimate story and showcases a strong cast. Set in the American Civil War, the film tells the story of the women at a remote girls’ boarding school in the South (headed by Nicole Kidman, with teacher Kirsten Dunst and students including Elle…

A Guide To: Christopher Nolan

With the highly anticipated release of Dunkirk now less than two weeks away (!!!), I thought I’d kick off this series by looking at the works of one of my favourite writer/directors: Christopher Nolan. Known as much for his artistic and innovative filmmaking as well as his commercial success (his films have raked in over…

‘Baby Driver’ Review

Edgar Wright’s latest film is everything and more you could have hoped for from the man known for his exciting filmmaking techniques and originality. This brilliantly singular vision could have come from no one else and is executed to perfection to provide us with one of the most original, unique and sure-to-be iconic films of…

DVDs Of The Month: June

The Oscar DVDs are still trickling in, with this month offering some of the smaller fare which may have missed your nearest multiplex, as well as some of the big-winners of the night, including for Best Picture. If that isn’t your thing, there’s also one of the big sleeper hits of this year from one…