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The Woman In Black | Review

The Woman in Black Movie Review

I remember seeing the stage production of The Woman in Black in my hometown of Windsor, many years ago. It opened my eyes to the realisation that theatre could be just as terrifying films, if not more so with the addition creative theatrical devices. Hidden speakers and unpredictable blackouts made sure the ... Read More »

The Descendants | Review

The Descendants Movie Review

David Fincher labelled his Girl with the Dragon Tattoo as “The feel-bad movie of the year”, but that title is now up for grabs after facing stiff competition from Alexander Payne’s The Descendants. Far from the sparkling humour and absurdity that glistened between the pessimism of Payne’s previous venture Sideways, The Descendants is inherently gloomy. Matt ... Read More »

Shame | Review

Shame Movie Review

Steve McQueen’s latest film, Shame is a compelling, and gripping tour de force that entirely hinges on the mesmerising performances of its cast. The vanguard is led by Michael Fassbender as Brandon Sullivan, a successful and charismatic bachelor, who makes the most of his situation by indulging his carnal desires at every opportune ... Read More »

Matthew’s Day Off | Honda

Matthews Day Off Honda Video Marketing

“To celebrate the launch of the all-new 2012 CR-V, Honda brought Ferris Bueller’s Day Off back in a big game commercial. We cast Matthew Broderick as himself, skipping out on a day of acting work and living it up in his all-new CR-V. Relive movie history with Honda’s fresh twist ... Read More »

War Horse | Review

War Horse Movie Review

War Horse is the latest family fare from Spielberg, the big-screen adaptation of the children’s novel by Michael Morpurgo. In essence, War Horse is the perfect vehicle for Spielberg, whose stories often deal with separation or the pursuit of a goal, the journey between, and of course the eventual reconciliation. Films such as Saving ... Read More »

J. Edgar | Review

J Edgar Movie Review

From the trailer J. Edgar looks like an insightful journey through a tumultuous period in American history, with a narrative that winds its way through a patchwork of significant cultural events. Unfortunately, the film in its entirety, does not deliver. Instead Clint Eastwood’s latest movie is a plodding, confused biopic of ... Read More »

The Artist | Review

The Artist Movie Review

The end of 2011 has been kind to cinephiles. First, we were entertained by the magical and heart-warming tribute to Georges Méliès and cinematic history in Martin Scorsese’s wondrous 3D adventure, Hugo. For many, Scorsese reignited the love of the silent era and consequently, a wistful desire for the magic and storytelling techniques ... Read More »

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo | Review

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Movie Review

From the moment the incredible pounding bass line of The Immigrant Song pumps through the speakers, accompanied by perhaps the greatest opening title sequence in cinema history, you know that this film is going to be one hell of a ride. For those of you familiar with the original novel from Stieg ... Read More »

Hugo Review

Hugo Movie

Leaving behind the Mean Streets and ruthless criminal underworld of America, Martin Scorsese brings us Hugo, a purely family entertainment film that on the surface seems a massive departure for Scorsese, but in reality is possibly one of his most fitting cinematic vehicles. From one of his first short films The Big Shave, ... Read More »

Another Earth | Review

Another Earth Movie Review

  In a masterful and emotional debut, Mike Cahill adds a twist to the familiar tale of redemption and remorse. Whilst many films ask ‘what if’, very few provide the hope of an answer, Another Earth does just that. The film combines substance, with high-concept that exceeds the bounds of ... Read More »