Seemingly disregarded by cinemas around the UK, Black Sea is an engrossing and tense thriller set aboard an archaic submarine. Jude Law plays a Scotsman (presumably attempting to beat Tom Hardy's attempt at a Welshman) who loses his job working as a submarine pilot. Whilst being consoled by his other colleagues whom have been made redundant over the years, one mentions that right before being forced out, he had discovered the wreckage of a Nazi U-boat off the coast of…
My friend made a list of films that I should watch.
I made a list of films that he should watch.
Anyone else like it when you watch a film at the right time for when it's set, despite not knowing beforehand? That happened here because yes, Inside is a Christmas film everybody. I should have known from the liberal use of red on the cover.
Sarah is heavily pregnant and due to give birth the next morning.…
Let me preface this review by saying that it is in no way a five star film. It's a five star film in the same way that The Other Guys, reviewed by Peter Bradshaw in the Guardian, is not a five star film. But sometimes you watch a movie and can't stop smiling. It entertains. It has you sitting back and going, "Yeah, why can't all films be like this?" And that's what The Guest did to me. Sure, it…
What a wonderfully vacuous film. Believe the hype.
Grace of Monaco comes across like a child has been given access to a huge budget and a camera for the first time, experimenting with editing and various shots that probably aren't used all that often. Yeah, there's probably a reason for that. It's like the camera they used had a malfunctioning zoom button. Slowly, slowly in we go until we're looking directly up Kidman's nostrils as she delivers an 'emotional' speech.…