Critics’ Circle Honour Kenneth Branagh

The UK’s top film critics will present Sir Kenneth Branagh with their highest accolade, the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, at their awards ceremony on Sunday 17th January. Born in Belfast and raised in Reading, Branagh graduated from The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1981 and is now its 16th president. He [...]

Brooklyn Review

The Plot In 1950s Ireland and New York, young Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan) has to choose between two men and two countries. The Good Saoirse Ronan gives an incredible and  likely award winning performance in this beautiful adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s 2009 novel of the same name. The story of Brooklyn is not particularly unique, [...]

British Independent Film Awards Nominations 2015

The British Independent Film Awards 2015 Nominations lists were announced in London by Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Gemma Chan. Films such as Macbeth, 45 Years, High-Rise, Ex Machina, The Lobster and Amy were among the independent productions dominating across a number of categories this year.Check out a  full list of nominees across all categories below: Best [...]

Pan Review

The Plot One night a 12-year-old orphan Peter is spirited away from blitz ravaged 1940s London to the magical world of Neverland. While searching for his lost mother he befriends a young James T. Hook and faces off against the dread Pirate Blackbeard. Finding fun and dangers, he ultimately discovers his destiny to become the [...]

Final Spectre Trailer

James Bond’s latest adventure Spectre arrives in UK cinemas on 26th October but here’s the latest and apparently final trailer released by Sony and Eon.  Official Synopsis below as well for anyone who want’s an even better idea what’s going on: A cryptic message from the past sends James Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City [...]

Miss You Already Review

The Plot Life-long friends Jess and Milly find their relationship pushed to the limits as one battles cancer and the other struggles to start a family of her own. The Good Director Catherine Hardwicke and writer Morwenna Banks deliver a poignant and bittersweet exploration of friendship, love and loss. Largely avoiding saccharine clichés the film [...]

Nina Forever Review

The Plot After the sudden death of his girlfriend, Nina (Fiona O’Shaughnessy) leads him to attempt suicide, supermarket clerk Rob (Cian Barry) begins to start dating again with co-worker Holly (Abigail Hardingham). But even with Nina dead, she still lives on. And not just through memory… The Good For a film which tackles the devastation [...]

Legend Review

The Plot Tom Hardy tackles the role of the infamous Kray twins in this latest biopic which chronicles the rise and fall of East London’s most notorious gangsters. The Good Twenty-five years after two fifths of Spandau Ballet attempted it, the story of the Kray twins is brought back to the big screen with the [...]

Christopher Eccleston Legend Interview

Doctor Who star Christopher Eccleston talks about playing notorious policeman Nipper Read in the Krays biopic Legend starring Tom Hardy as both gangster twins Ronnie and Reggie. The film directed by Brian Helgeland charts the rise and fall of the  infamous London criminal brothers. Q. When did you first hear about the Krays? Who are [...]

Brian Helgeland Legend Interview

Director Brian Helgeland talks about crime biopic Legend starring Tom Hardy as London’s infamous gangster twins Ronnie and Reggie Kray. Q. When did you first hear about the Krays? I can tell you it was in 1988. I had been asked to go on tour with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, I heard about them [...]