Review: The Intern

Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro are both well established, award winning actors with a series of popular films under their belts. Surely, a film with them both in is a recipe for success? Bored with retirement, 70 year old widower Ben Wittaker (De Niro) applies for a senior internship with a successful online shopping…

Review: Narcopolis

The legalisation of recreational drugs is something that people and governments have been talking about for years. But what would happen if it really happened? NARCOPOLIS takes a look into the future to see what could happen. In the near future where all recreational drugs are legal, the police are working hard to keep black market…

Review: Fire City: End of Days

In a world where demons live secretly among us, a hard-boiled demon named Vine must make the ultimate choice between the salvation of his own kind and the life of an innocent human girl, when he alone develops compassion for humanity and destroys the fragile balance that keeps the world from tearing itself apart. Read…

Review: The Man From U.N.C.L.E

Back in the 1960’s, The Man from U.N.C.L.E was a successful American TV show with handsome leads and intricate plots – a serious spy series. This year, Guy Richie turned his hand at turning the once popular show into a big screen hit while still keeping its 60’s charm. CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill)…

Review: Legend

Ronnie and Reggie Kray have already been the subject of many a film. They’ve been depicted previously by the Kemp brothers in 1990 and now the twins return to the big screen being played by Tom Hardy and… Tom Hardy. Narrated by Francis, Reggie’s wife, Legend tells the story of twin gangsters Reggie and Ronnie Kray…

Review: Me and Earl and The Dying Girl

When I was interning in London earlier this year, I helped out on a film screening. While ours was reasonably popular, the screen next door was overflowing with people eager to see Me and Earl and The Dying Girl. I wondered what the fuss was all about, therefore when I got a chance to see…

Review: Not Another Happy Ending

Independent British production companies tend to fall into producing two types of film – gritty realism or light hearted fun. Not Another Happy Ending falls into the latter category. When struggling book publisher Tom (Stanley Weber) lands himself a best selling author, he thinks he’s won the jackpot. But when Jane (Karen Gillan) faces the…