I, Tonya Review

The Plot I,Tonya documents the rise and fall of controversial Ice Skating superstar Tonya Harding based on astonishing real life events and conflicting personal accounts. The film charts her unlikely path to figure skating glory, her dysfunctional marriage and her ultimately violent rivalry with fellow USA skater Nancy Kerrigan. The Good Margot Robbie delivers a [...]

The Post Review

The Plot Based on the sensational true story The Post follows the legal battle between Nixon’s Whitehouse administration and The Washington Post over efforts to publish sensational revelations about the Vietnam War contained in classified government documents. The Good Director Steven Spielberg has a brilliant track record for documenting historical events in a dramatic and [...]

Coco Review

The Plot During the day of the dead festivities a young boy with dreams of being a great musician finds himself accidentally crossing over from the land of the living to the world of the dead. While adapting to his strange and colourful new surroundings he finds himself torn between his own dreams and the [...]

The Last Jedi Takes Over $1 Billion

Star Wars The Last Jedi has dominated cinema screens across Christmas and New Year to inevitably break through the $1 billion box office barrier after just three weeks on release. By New Year’s Eve the much debated new chapter in the Star Wars saga had amassed $1,040 billion with half coming from the USA and [...]

Molly’s Game Review

The Plot The true story of Molly Bloom an Olympic class skier who launched a multi-million dollar empire running the world’s most exclusive high stakes poker games, only to become the target of an FBI investigation. The Good Aaron Sorkin has spent years garnering acclaim and respect as one of Hollywood’s most distinctive and compelling [...]

10 Surprising Facts About Home Alone

Home Alone is one of the most universally popular and perhaps overly familiar Christmas movie classics, but here’s ten fact you might not know about it. So read on an impress your family by casually dropping a few into conversation during the obligatory seasonal re-watching. 1. John Hughes wrote the entire script in just nine [...]

Cult Of Chucky Opens FrightFest 2017

This year’s FrightFest Horror Film festival opened in Leicester Square with the premiere for Cult Of Chucky the latest instalment in the long running cult horror franchise. Director Don Mancini and stars Fiona Dourif & Jennifer Tilly met excited hordes of fans and spoke to Red Carpet News. Check out the interviews below The Opening [...]

Lady Gaga Documentary Debuts At TIFF

The Toronto International Film Festival proudly announces the World Premiere of the documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two, a rare, revealing snapshot of a music icon that delves into duality of the raucously public Lady Gaga and the offstage woman that is, Stefani Joanne Germanotta. In the documentary, Lady Gaga offers a vulnerable look at her [...]

BFI London Film Festival Closing Film Confirmed

The 61st BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express is delighted to announce that this year’s Closing Night gala will be Martin McDonagh’s THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI. The film will receive its UK premiere on Sunday 15 October at the Odeon Leicester Square and acclaimed screenwriter, director and playwright McDonagh is expected to attend [...]

Atomic Blonde Review

The Plot As the 1980s and Cold War draws to a bitter close a British agent is dispatched to the murky underworld of Berlin to recover priceless information and track down the identity of a mysterious double agent. The Good From its opening scene to its closing moments Atomic Blonde is relentlessly propelled by a [...]