Hotel by the River is a slight, but interesting experiment for Hong Sang-soo aficionados.
Brothers’ Nest takes the scepticism underneath Kenny and allows it to fester and overtake the film.
Gus Van Sant’s latest, a modest biopic of cartoonist John Callahan, casually avoids biopic and addiction story tropes.
It’s safe to say that a new Damien Chazelle feature is going to be one of my most anticipated films of the year. Unfortunately, First Man falls short of perfect.
Mary and the Witch’s Flower has a comforting familiarity, as though recalling the feeling of rewatching your favourite Ghibli film for the umpteenth time.
You could forgive Night School’s clichéd, uneven storytelling had it boasted even a couple good jokes …but no.
Despite In the Fade (effectively) manipulating an emotional response in its audience, it has nothing of substance behind its thin thrills.