Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

By Ian Crow I love it when a film like this comes along. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is one that came out of nowhere for me. I heard bits and bobs about the film and of course, have been intently following the Awards season and it’s a film that’s been knocking on the door.… Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

Darkest Hour Review

  By Ian Crow Set during the early days of World War II, Winston Churchill is the newly appointed prime minster and faces a mountain of a challenge. As Hitler’s Nazi army is spreading through Europe at a devastating pace, Churchill has the future of Britain in his hands. His task is a difficult one,… Continue reading Darkest Hour Review

Anomalisa Review

‘Anomalisa’ is the latest effort from director Charlie Kaufman. The talented film maker and screenwriter decide to channel his crazy vision through the art of puppeteer. The story follows Michael (voiced by David Thewlis) a middle aged man who’s sick to death with everyday life. Every person he meets is the same; his whole life… Continue reading Anomalisa Review

Boyhood Review

Richard Linklater already boasts an incredible list of films; The Before trilogy, Bernie, Dazed and Confused, A Scanner Darkly and now his best yet. Without doubt, the most challenging and rewarding project yet, Boyhood. Richard Linklater announced the project back in 2002, stating that he wanted to be able to tell the story of a… Continue reading Boyhood Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

I have never seen a film quite like this. Wes Anderson’s brilliant and goddamn beautiful ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ pulled everyone in the screen into a state of hypnosis with his breathtakingly bright colour palette and some simple, but superb little perfections such as the stitching of the word ‘Lobby Boy’ on Zero’s hat. Wes… Continue reading The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

Wild Review

Jean Marc Vallee delivered of one my favourite films of last year in ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ which gained recognition for its acting and editing at the Academy Awards last year to which was deserving; this year, one of my favourite breakthrough directors has released ‘Wild’ which stars Reese Witherspoon in the leading role as she… Continue reading Wild Review