Review

Mr. Jones
2.5

#Review: Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones has an interesting subject matter and decent performances but is let down by its dull lead and muddled visual style.
A Hidden Life
2.0

#Review: A Hidden Life

Terrence Malick’s latest film A Hidden Life is a tepid affair, a mismatch of style and content which fails to break new ground for the director while allowing him to indulge in all of his more frustrating tendencies.
Waves
5.0

#Review: Waves

Trey Edward Shults’ Waves is as mesmerising as it is moving, a family saga that remains affirmative and hopeful even as it explores the pressures and darker aspects of contemporary American life.
1917
4.5

#Take 2: 1917

1917 is a visual and auditory wonder but it never would have worked as well without its incredible cast.
Seberg
3.0

#Review: Seberg

Seberg is a relatively harmless affair. Even with two compelling leads, the film cannot be elevated above average.
Little Women
5.0

#Review – Little Women

Greta Gerwig’s adaption of Little Women respects Alcott’s novel but also challenges it through its structural reimagining and metatextuality. The resulting film confirms Gerwig as one of the most exciting directors working today while Ronan and Pugh deliver two of the year’s best performances.
Cats
2.0

#Review: Cats

Cats, it's potentially Andrew Lloyd Webbers greatest piece of work. It was a revelation on Broadway & now it arrives to the big screen. Is it the cats meow?