Arrival review – An alien presence provokes us to consider our own world

A thoughtful and provocative adaption of Ted Chiang’s science fiction short novel ‘Story of Your Life’

★★★★☆ (EXCELLENT)


‘WHY ARE THEY HERE?’ the Arrival poster proclaims and it’s a question that Amy Adams’ linguist Dr. Louise Banks is tasked to answer.
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I, Daniel Blake review – A poetic cry for help

A timely, powerful and urgent look at the harsh realities of modern Britain

★★★★☆ (EXCELLENT)


I, Daniel Blake is a poetic cry for help that everyone must see. It’s a passionately made film by Ken Loach, one of our greatest political directors, who continues his longterm collaboration with the brilliant naturalistic screenplay writer Paul Laverty. Continue to full review >

Doctor Strange review – A magically surreal adventure into the Strange

Marvel launches an exciting new chapter in their Cinematic Universe with a film role that Benedict Cumberbatch was born to play

★★★★☆ (EXCELLENT)


Marvel Studios have found just the right balance of humour, action and plotting in this engaging 115 minutes of origin story Superhero fun. Continue to full review >