The Imitation Game Review

  The Plot The Imitation Game is a poignant biopic of Alan Turing, the real life British maths genius who is widely credited with turning the tide of World War II by leading a team of mathematicians and code breakers in their efforts to crack the German Enigma code. The film explores both Turing’s pivotal [...]

Camp X-Ray Review

The Plot A young American soldier stationed as a guard at Guantanamo Bay finds herself discovering an unlikely and at times reluctant connection with one particular ‘detainee’, throwing into question her view of right and wrong. The Good Guantanamo Bay and the questionable ethics behind America’s infamous prison camp for ‘evil doers’ has been the [...]

Only Lovers Left Alive Review

The Plot: Adam and Eve are two centuries old vampire lovers reuniting after some time apart, in an effort to sooth reclusive musician Adam’s growing disdain for mankind and despair for the future. Their blissful domestic reunion in Adam’s dilapidated home and on the dark streets of Detroit is however, rudely interrupted by the arrival [...]

Captain Phillips Premiere Screened Live Nationwide

30 Towns and Cities across the UK and Ireland to simultaneously screen the European Premiere of Captain Phillips with a live satellite link to the Opening Night of the 57th BFI London Film Festival on Wednesday 9th October Captain Phillips is directed by Paul Greengrass (United 93, The Bourne Supremacy) and starring two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks (Forrest Gump, Philadelphia), both [...]

Frankenweenie Opens London Film Festival 2012

The BFI London Film Festival officially opened tonight with the European Premiere of Frankenweenie in Leicester Square. This year’s opening gala screening is Tim Burton’s new 3D stop-motion animation film. The black and white tale tells the story of a young scientist who tries to bring his beloved pet dog Sparky back to life. This [...]