Dunkirk Review

By Ian Morton A truly sublime piece of work, Dunkirk writes the book on what true cinema should entail. Closely following the stories of allied soldiers during the World War 2 evacuation of Dunkirk, the plot follows the event from 3 different perspectives, based solely on their topography; land, sea and air. With another entry in… Continue reading Dunkirk Review

Legend Review

Tom Hardy stars in what will eventually be his fifth film to be released in this calendar year and this time we see him as the notorious twin gangsters of the East-end; The Krays. Easily one of my most anticipated films of this year, I have to admit I was a little disappointed when I… Continue reading Legend Review

Child 44 Review

‘Child 44’ is the new film by director Daniel Espinosa whose previous work includes ‘Safe House’ back in 2012 and the Swedish hit ‘Easy Money’ back in 2010. Starring Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace, Vincent Cassell, Charles Dance, Paddy Considine and Joel Kinnaman; the film follows a disgraced MGB agent named Leo Demidov (Tom… Continue reading Child 44 Review