All posts tagged "primary"

  • Toni Erdmann – Review *****

    “Not only does German humour exist, it might just save your life!” reads one of the review soundbites on the poster for Toni Erdmann. As...

  • ARRIVAL – Review ****

                Feeling anxious about the sequel of Blade Runner? Completely forgot how it feels to watch a sci-fi movie that doesn’t...

  • Embrace – Review ***

    Do women have bodily self-esteem issues? The answer is obviously affirmative, and yet Embrace, the first documentary by mother of three made activist Taryn Brumfitt, seems...

  • Doctor Strange- Review ****

    The Marvel brand at this stage is, like its Netflix lead Luke Cage, bulletproof. Whether it’s the aforementioned server crashing streaming show or the slam dunk success...

  • Safar Film Festival 2016 – As I Open My Eyes – Review ***

    The inescapable heat of the Arab Spring during the early months of 2011 still looms large over the world. The dreams of the people at...

  • The Man Who Fell to Earth – Review ***

    At the highest point of his career, maverick filmmaker Nicholas Roeg decided to take his potent mixture of Godardian editing and Hitchcockian suspense and apply...

  • Sour Grapes – Review ***

    Everyone loves a good falsification story, even if it’s hard, in filmic terms, to reach the level of F for Fake. Sour Grapes, a new...

  • Cosmos – Review **

    Fifteen years after his previous film, Polish director Andrezj Zulawski, mostly known by his surreal horror Possession (1981), is back onscreen with what ended up being his...

  • Nerve – Review ****

    As soon as the majority of the World has its first contact with Augmented Reality, Nerve is hitting the cinemas. Coincidence? We think not. The...

  • Author: The JT Leroy Story – Review ****

    What if that writer you love so much never really existed? Don’t worry, this isn’t the new “historical” film by Roland Emmerich, but the new...