Schindler's List 25th Anniversary

It's fitting that Steven Spielberg's masterpiece Schindler's List is having its 25th anniversary at a time when the world is experiencing a resurgence of Nazism; a time when a corrupt...



A Star is Born review

Since the dawn of cinema, ordinary people have always dreamt about becoming famous: A Star is Born is the perfect manifesto for such dream in our age



The stars in their blocks

Join the team for Liam Neeson news and reviews of The Front Runner, Can You Ever Forgive Me, The LEGO Movie 2, If Beale Street Could Talk, All Is True, Instant Family, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Star Trek Discovery, Doctor Who, Venom and A Star Is Born



All Is True review

Branagh's study of the last years of the Bard of Avon leans towards more fiction than fact, as this so-called historical piece comes up self-serving



Green Book review

Green Book balances hefty themes with refreshing levity, formula with expert restrain in emotion; but its indubitable strong points are the herculean performances by Mortensen and Ali

Snake Santa vs The Thing

Join Santa's little helpers for reviews of Robin Hood, Assassination Nation, The Christmas Chronicles, The Kenny Everett Video Show, Skyscraper and Hotel Transylvannia 3

The Fantastic Beastie Boys

Join the beastie boys for reviews of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, The Girl in the Spider's Web, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Leave No Trace and Incredibles 2



The Girl in the Spider's Web review

The Girl in the Spider's Web does away with the gritty yet somewhat low-key tone of Larsson's material in favor of spectacular but familiar action and spy film tropes, resembling far more a modern instalment of the Bond series than any adaptation of the Millennium trilogy to date.