Cinemas in England are due to open again tomorrow after months of closures due to the pandemic. It only felt right to write a little poem to my friend cinema.Read more "AN ODE TO THE CINEMA…"
Spielberg proves once again that he’s King of the box office with this entirely immersive, family friendly flick.Read more "Ready Player One Review"
This minimalist Joaquin Phoenix-led thriller packs quite a literal punchRead more "You Were Never Really Here Review"
In the famous words of The Shirelles: tonight’s the night. It’s the 90th Academy Awards and in just a few hours some of this year’s most celebrated actors, actresses, directors and other famous folk will discover whether their months of ice-skating, peach-sex-simulating hard work have been worthy of a shiny, golden statuette. In true ‘opinionated […]Read more "Oscars Predictions 2018: Who I want to win VS who I think actually will"
Valentines Day. Palentines day. Galentines day. Whatever you choose to call it, these cinemas are the perfect place to spend it.Read more "The Best London Cinemas to visit on Valentine’s Day"
Lady Bird is the film I wish was around when I was in my teens.Read more "Lady Bird Review"
It’s a film that’s ridiculous at every turn and boring at every stop: welcome to The Commuter.Read more "The Commuter Review"
According to Chinese zodiac, 2017 was the year of the Rooster. To me, it shall henceforth be known as the year of the terrible sequels and reboots.Read more "The 5 Most Unnecessary Sequels and Reboots of 2017"
Great acting. Great directing. Great screenplay. This fantastic drama is missing just one thing…Read more "The Glass Castle Review"
What starts off as a film blander than sugar-free porridge, eventually develops into something far sweeter.Read more "Wind River Review"