Tags » Theatrical Reviews

Theatrical Round-Up - A Priest, A Copper And A Concrete Salesman Walk In To A Bar...

That elusive beast known only as ‘time’ means that a couple of theatrical releases have recently got away. Here be thoughts on three of them, two released last week, and one this Friday. 

Film

Noah. Notes On Darren Aronofsky's Film.

The belated nature of this review is probably the most damning thing one could level upon Darren Aronofsky’s Noah.

Film

Xavier Dolan's Tom At The Farm. In Review.

Xavier Dolan’s Tom At The Farm is a mixed bag. The 24-year old Québécois wunderkind follows up the remarkable Laurence Anyways with a work that while undeniably aethetically beautiful, struggles in ably projecting it’s content. 

Film

Richard Ayoade's The Double. In Review. Richard Ayoade's The Double. In Review.

Richard Ayoade sophomore effort is a marked shift in direction from the British filmmaker’s well-received 2011 debut feature, the coming-of-age movie Submarine.

Film

From The Cold War To The Comic-Book Store. Captain America: The Winter Soldier.


Marvel’s ambition of an interconnected blockbuster film universe continues apace with sibling directors Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America – The Winter Soldier.

Film

Sound And Vision. On Jonathan Glazer's Under The Skin.

It has been stated elsewhere that, had the cinema not in it’s conception and infancy looked to the theatre, novel and prose for structural inspiration, the movies might look like Jonathan Glazer’s… 522 more words

Film

In Review - Katell Quillévéré's Suzanne

Katell Quillévéré’s Love Like Poison follow up continues in the grand tradition of the French coming-of-age drama. 

Film