Joel Coen’s breakaway venture is a strange take on a Shakespeare classic.
A strong message about religion hits its mark through the vehicle of bold sexuality.
Brilliant performances make this sports biopic more than a sports biopic.
Rob Savage’s pandemic-related scarefest is a good effort, if not a triumph.
Eva Husson’s picture is a gorgeous but failed attempt to move its audience.
Kranz’s moving portrait of our world should be shown in schools everywhere.
Some forgettable songs and a mediocre lead performance mean this musical is a miss.
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie review – a heartful musical that’s not afraid to address important issues
Cast: Max Harwood, Sarah Lancashire, Lauren Patel, Shobna Gulati, Ralph Ineson. Directed by Jonathan Butterell. This year is stacked for movie musicals, for those wanting… Read More »Everybody’s Talking About Jamie review – a heartful musical that’s not afraid to address important issues
Lowery’s tale is one of myth and metaphor, but well worth sticking with.
A somewhat unconventional picture hits home thanks to a brilliant cast.
Sir Kenneth tells a brilliantly emotional story against a backdrop of political turmoil.