Archive for March, 2013

Compliance

31Mar13

If someone had told you the plot of Compliance – A young girl is subjected to a disturbing ordeal after a ‘police officer on the phone’ tells her boss that a crime has been committed. You’d say that it sounds like the most ridiculous film idea ever, because of the mind blowing stupidity you’re asking […]


Trance

28Mar13

Following an eventful 2012 that saw him dubbed king of something or other thanks to the London Olympics, Danny Boyle has returned to standard filmmaking with Trance. Trance tells the story of Simon (James McAvoy) an art auctioneer who finds himself sent to see a hypnotherapist (Rosario Dawson) after a heist goes wrong. It’s an […]


Welcome to the Punch is the worst film I have seen this year. It’s simply awful. Featuring a truly stellar British cast and set in our beautiful capital city, Welcome to the Punch has two of the key ingredients needed to make a great British film. The three ingredients if you’re wondering are Cast, Location […]


The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is the type of broad comedy that makes for an entertaining night at the cinema. It’s the sort of film that will never win any major awards, but you choose to see it as you hope it’ll make you laugh for 90 minutes. Telling the story of two childhood friends who […]


Side Effects

16Mar13

What do we really know when a tragedy occurs? Can we be sure that all the evidence is correct and that all of the people are honest and trustworthy? These are the key questions of Steven Soderbergh’s newest film, Side Effects. A terrible tragedy happens and the world of a character begins to unravel. It’s […]


If you’ve never seen The Wizard of Oz, you should go out, buy a copy of the film and watch it straight away. The Wizard of Oz is responsible for my love of cinema, I first saw it when I was three- years- old and I can vividly remember every second of that first screening. […]