The Lost City of Z Review

By Ian Morton Although a little overstretched at times, The Lost City of Z is a compelling look at one of the leading explorers of the early 20th Century. After an expedition to South America, Colonel Purcival Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) finds himself obsessed with the exploration of the Amazon on a quest to find a lost… Continue reading The Lost City of Z Review

The Founder Review

By Ian Morton A solid performance from Michael Keaton combined with a safe story make The Founder one of the more enjoyable biographies of the last few years. The Founder tells the humble, yet tumultuous beginnings of McDonalds and how middle aged salesman Ray Kroc (Keaton) turned a little burger joint in California into a worldwide… Continue reading The Founder Review

Loving Review

By Ian Crow As February rolls around, the Oscar bait films are still being released. It’s a weird month full of absolute tosh and last-minute push for people to see the award nominated films. Loving is one of those, only nominated for the one Oscar for leading actress Ruth Negga. Whereas Joel Edgerton missed out… Continue reading Loving Review

Lion Review

Based on the incredible true story, Dev Patel portrays Saroo, a young Indian boy who gets lost in the streets of Calcutta, thousands of miles away from his home. Unable to trace his steps home to his tiny village, Saroo ventures to try to find his family by living on the streets and spreading his… Continue reading Lion Review

A Street Cat Named Bob Review

A ginger cat and recovering heroin addict make for an unlikely duo in this heart-warming, true life adaptation of the 2012 biography. Based on the international best-selling book of the same name, A Street Cat Named Bob tells the story of homeless, heroin addicted busker James  Bowen and his twist of fate after becoming friends… Continue reading A Street Cat Named Bob Review