Reviews

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Ellipsis Review

David Wenham makes his feature length directorial debut with the off-the-cuff Ellipsis. This on the fly, speedily captured flick, lives on the improvisational skills of the two lead actors, Emily Barclay as Viv...
3.5

I, Tonya Review

I love films based on true stories. I love sports (not all, and not necessarily sports films purely focused on the sport aspect). I love dramas. I love black comedy. And, I remember the mayhem around the Tonya ...
5

Phantom Thread Review

Born from a fever dream, Phantom Thread is the story of a dressmaker falling in love with a waitress. Fairly basic stuff really. It’s also a Paul Thomas Anderson film. And it’s also set in the 1950’s. And it al...
3.5

Big in Japan Review

The allure of celebrity in the 21st Century will be one of the most enduring historical notes about the digital age. In the past, celebrity was attained thanks to a unique talent, an athletic skill, or a great ...
3

The Commuter Review

The Commuter centres on Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson), an ex-cop turned insurance salesman who has spent the last 10 years riding the same train to and from work. One day he is confronted by a woman named Joa...
3.5

Swinging Safari Review

Boy oh boy. That was quite the ride. In the family station wagon, to the beach, in the seventies. Directed by Stephan Elliott (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), coupled with its huge, high-pro...
3.5

47 Metres Down Review

On vacation in Mexico, Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt) are convinced by some new friends to try cage diving to get a close look at some of the Great White Sharks that roam the ocean at their hotels do...
3.5

Jungle Review

Jungle is a film about a group of three friends (Radcliffe, Russel, Jackson) whom wish to explore and photograph places that no one has ever been before. Their opportunity comes in the form of a shady guide (Kr...
5

Call Me By Your Name Review

There is a shot midway through Call Me By Your Name that showcases the observant directing style of Luca Guadagnino. Timothée Chalamet’s seventeen year old Elio is lingering around his parents Italian villa in ...