Review

I, Tonya Scannain Review
4.5

#Review: I, Tonya

With I, Tonya director Craig Gillespie has crafted a cautionary tale in the most over the top style possible and has delivered a cluster f**k of terrifying characters and a situation that has to be seen to be believed.
Black Panther Scannain Review
4.0

#Review: Black Panther

Ryan Coogler and his cast and crew have given a much-beloved superhero a proper introduction to the world in Black Panther. With Chadwick Boseman firmly holding the mantle long may he reign in the MCU.
4.5

#Review: Phantom Thread

Paul Thomas Anderson's typically deep and sharp script and direction are married to stunning performances to deliver an intoxicating probe of the cost of love.
Roman J. Israel, Esq.
2.5

#Review: Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Denzel is brilliant in this role giving a surprisingly emotional performance that at times will bring you to tears, unfortunately, the film around him is nothing exceptional and is sadly forgettable with the most memorable element being the title.
the commuter scannain review
2.5

#Review: The Commuter

With The Commuter audiences are treated to an odd hybrid of a film - part thriller part mystery which culminates in a strange conspiracy thriller that doesn't pay off. It's nothing new but with Liam Neeson still giving it his all it's an enjoyable time at the cinema.
The Post Scannain Review
3.0

#Review: The Post

The Post is something that is remarkable in its unremarkable nature especially with such talented names on the marque.
Coco scannain review
4.5

#Review: Coco

Coco is easily one of the most beautiful and moving films in recent history director Lee Unkrich has built a stunning world with his team and it's something deeply emotional and touching that will hit everyone where they live.
Emerald City
4.0

#Review: Emerald City

Writer/Director Colin Broderick's Emerald City is a surprisingly heartfelt and vulnerable story of brotherhood and the bonds that keep people together.
Ahead of Its Time
3.0

#Review: Ahead of Its Time

Ahead Of Its Time is a feature documentary from first-time director Rob O'Brien who also edited, scored, shot and produced the film; a chronicling of the rise and fall that the original IMAX experienced when it opened its doors back in June 1998, through to October 2000 when it eventually withdrew from service