High Flying Bird – Steven Soderbergh 2019

Fast paced and snappy, Soderbergh directs his third feature in three years and proves he's still got it. Delving into the world of sports he teams up with writer Tarell Alvin McCraney to showcase a fun but strong message about the world of Basketball today. Shot entirely on an iPhone, Steven Soderbergh directs his second … Continue reading High Flying Bird – Steven Soderbergh 2019

Stan & Ollie (Jon S. Baird 2018)

Simple, elegant and wonderful. Stan & Ollie features fantastic performances, a great script and a very well suited tone resulting in one of the most heartfelt tributes in recent cinema history. Directing his first feature in five years since the controversial Filth (2013), Jon S. Baird brings comic legends Laurel and Hardy back to life through the performances … Continue reading Stan & Ollie (Jon S. Baird 2018)

Bumblebee – Travis Knight 2018

Colourful, fun and simple, Bumblebee is a rather fun time drawing on nostalgic elements of the 80's and the over the top nature of the Transformers franchise. With great effects, action scenes and characters there's a lot to like here and represents a remarkable improvement following the Bay saga. Emerging from his origins of animation Travis Knight directs his … Continue reading Bumblebee – Travis Knight 2018

Creed II – Steven Caple Jr. (2018)

It's back and it's bigger and better than ever. The Rocky franchise returns with Creed II and delivers one of the best outings in the franchise. Brutal, emotional, exciting and engaging, Steven Caple Jr. has surpassed all expectations with his first Hollywood Feature which makes it only more exciting to see what he is going to do next.  Directing … Continue reading Creed II – Steven Caple Jr. (2018)

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – David Yates (2018)

A 2 hour and a quarter hour film that tells a ten minute story. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is an unfortunate reminder that even the best loved franchises are little more than cash cows, attempting to squeeze as much money out of the fan-base as they can. With few events that will have any lasting … Continue reading Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – David Yates (2018)