In one of the most fascinating cinematic worlds, The Crimes of Grindelwald miserably fails at what the Harry Potter series was good at: character building over world building.
It’s impossible not to fall under JK Rowling’s spell as she unleashes beasts, magic, laughs and one hell of an unexpected cameo
The IMAX preview of Fantastic Beasts showed us that maybe there really are other stories worth telling in the Harry Potter universe
Everything about The Danish Girl is beautiful – the performances, the cinematography and the screenplay
It has been five years since British director Hooper won the Best Director for the award-winning King’s Speech, and three years since Les Misérables.
2014 has given us an uncommon wealth of top quality British product: Locke, Starred Up, Downhill, Pride, The Riot Club, '71, The Imitation Game, even the very charming What We...
Branagh must have had a ball doing this one. In the early stages of his career he was accused of being a young upstart in some quarters for trying to...
This is a dark, grim film – but then, the Black Plague wasn't a bundle of laughs from what I've heard.