Charlie Lightening and Gavin FitzGerald utilise this documentary to follow Liam Gallagher, as he tries to find himself after the splitting of Oasis, the band Liam has been a part of all his life. It's an entertaining tale thanks to candid conversations throughout, while managing to be serious as we see Liam deal with his own issues, and try to find himself in the aftermath of it all. I do wish it gave a bit more focus to some areas,…
Four years after his visit to the Phelps family and the Westboro Baptist Church, Louis Theroux returns to the group in a crisis. They've taken their vindictive message further, to places other than dead soldiers funerals, while a considerable number of members have fled the church.
Things have far from mellowed in the church, in fact managing to step things up in terms of being distasteful and venomous. This time around, we get to see what happens when people leave…
Danny Boyle delivers a brilliant central premise that feels well thought out and fully realized, with the cast giving great performances for their good characters. However, the final act feels like it's been taken from an entirely different film and some of the characters could've done with a bit more development.
The future world is an irradiated waste land. Somewhere off an eastern coast lies Mega City One – a vast, violent metropolis where criminals rule the chaotic streets. The only force of order lies with the urban police force known simply as the "Judges" who possess the combined powers of judge, jury, and instant executioner. Known and feared throughout the city, Dredd (Karl Urban) is the ultimate Judge, challenged with ridding the city of a dangerous drug epidemic named "Slo-Mo".…