Luke Thorne

Luke Thorne

Lover of cinema. Autistic #WeThe15.

I kindly ask you respect my opinions.

Favorite films

  • The Red Shoes
  • La La Land
  • Titanic
  • Sense and Sensibility

Recent activity

  • Hope


  • Period of Adjustment


  • Jenny Lamour


  • Never Say Goodbye


Recent reviews

  • Hope



    Maria Sødahl's semi-autobiographical drama about the effect of a cancer diagnosis on a relationship and a family, set during the holiday season, starring Andrea Bræin Hovig and Stellan Skarsgård. In Norwegian with English subtitles.

    On 24 December, Anja (Andrea Bræin Hovig) gets a terminal diagnosis. Throughout the Christmas week, Anja and her family are thrown into a crash course in mutual trust and common find it hard to tackle a surprising diagnosis.

    Andrea Bræin Hovig gives a good performance in…

  • Period of Adjustment

    Period of Adjustment


    Newlyweds attempt to assist their friends’ concerned marriage in George Roy Hill’s Christmas comedy-drama. Starring Jane Fonda, Jim Hutton and Anthony Franciosa.

    Adapted from the play of the same name by Tennessee Williams, which was published a year earlier, the story concerns veteran George Haverstick (Jim Hutton) who encounters nurse Isabel (Jane Fonda) while in hospital and it isn’t long before he marries her.

    However, Isabel is saddened to find out that George drives a hearse and has booked them…

Popular reviews

  • The Favourite

    The Favourite


    Yorgos Lanthimos directs this period comedy-drama in which Queen Anne’s (Olivia Colman) relationship with Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz) is turned upside down by the arrival of Anne’s cousin Abigail (Emma Stone).

    Yorgos Lanthimos’s previous film was the horror film The Killing of a Sacred Deer, with Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman, which is my personal favourite from 2017 and also featured a star-making supporting performance from Barry Keoghan.

    Now, for his latest effort, Lanthimos chooses to go back to the…

  • Oppenheimer



    Christopher Nolan’s star-studded, epic biographical thriller about scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy), and his part in the growth of the atomic bomb.

    Christopher Nolan’s previous film was Tenet, the science-fiction action thriller starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, which won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects and I enjoyed that movie.

    Now, the latest film from the director of Inception and the Dark Knight trilogy sees Christopher go back to the biographical genre since the triple-Oscar-winning Dunkirk…