Black '47 could be defined as a Western set during the Great Irish Famine. Its dark, gritty tone meshes well with the indictment of British policies of the time
A Western set in Ireland during the Great Famine, its gritty and dark tone mesh well with the indictment of British policies, but all too often characters and themes boil down to predictable tropes.
Broadbent steals the show in this unremarkable study on life lived with one foot in the past
Bridget Jones is feeling her age, and it shows, but this film is a funny and nostalgic check in with our big drinking BFF
The Legend of Tarzan encapsulates viewers with its action packed plot driven by the dark theme of good vs evil
Maggie Smith chews up the scenery in this rather insipid British fare, with some mildly amusing twists
Brooklyn is a beauty to be sure – a lyrically crafted and very touching tale of a young woman coming out of her shell when embarking on a new life...
In the right hands, "silly" comedy can be hilarious. In the wrong hands it can be awkward, boring and simply not funny.
Swaggering gallusly in the footsteps of disappointing adaptations of Ecstasy and The Acid House and a full 17 years after Danny Boyle's chirpy, cheeky, sanitised Carry On Up The Shooting...