What could have easily been a gross out comedy to rival “Bridesmaids” is actually an engrossing and at times touching trawl through the pitfalls of family, unicorns and birds of prey.
We’re used to sporting comebacks; we love the tenacity and the heroism of them but where do world famous film directors retreat to when they have to lick their wounds?
In his debut feature Tyrannosaur, Paddy Considine’s direction is assured and his script achingly human and compassionate in this weighty and well-executed tale of domestic abuse, violence and loss.
Something dark, unseen and unspeakable is slithering in suburbia in the new British film Kill List. This engrossing movie demands you find out.
After a decade this Eastern-European cinephile event has finally come into its own, trading in grand spectacle for subtle gestures.
Mark Farnsworth continues his dispatches from the London Film Festival.
At the London Film Festival, Mark Farnsworth surveys three stellar films.
Every frame of Drive oozes class, bleeds cool.
Tinker Tailor, Soldier Spy finally puts Gary Oldman where he belong at the top table of British acting.