Tommy's Honour is a fascinating biopic of two men whose influence on the noble game of golf cannot be underestimated
It's cliched to trot out that well worn phrase "feelgood movie of the year", but Sunshine on Leith certainly fulfils that remit. I loved it.
A determining factor, some may say, at the heart of Campion’s oeuvre is the inclusion of a strong, emotive (and convincing) female protagonist seen in the likes of Sweetie (1981),...
Viveiros’ lo-fi British gangster offering is wearily clichéd and predictable, but just about made bearable by the buddy movie shtick of Jack O’Connell and Tim Roth.
A brave stab at a fully-British action film, Welcome to the Punch is an ambitious step forward from writer/director Creevy’s first feature, 2008’s Shifty.
Plaudits to writer-director Considine – the gifted actor has crafted a searing drama that cuts through to the bone. It leaves you beaten but beguiled and the acting is sublime.
We all know that Spielberg can make heartwrenching stories for the masses with his eyes shut, and with War Horse he's found yet another story to keep audiences gently weeping...
I saw this first thing in the morning at the London Film Festival and I’ll be honest, it was a tough watch at that time of day.