A hot take on a 25 year old television series.
Eleanor Coppola’s fiction film debut tackles hard-hitting issues such as spontaneous vacations through France, eating lovely food, and generally having a pleasant time.
An exhilarating trailer got Ciaran pumped for lady-spy flick Atomic Blonde. Does it live up to the hype?
Our fresh-faced writer Jack McDonnell avoided committing grand theft auto long enough to write this review of Edgar Wright’s new flick — ‘Baby Driver’
Matthew Lind reviews The Trip to Spain. No, not his trip to Spain. He doesn’t want to talk about that… ever… again. No, this is the latest entry in the Winterbottom/Coogan/Brydon collaboration that hates alphabetic order.
This review is based on a true story. Or maybe it’s not. Who can tell anymore?
Chocolat follows the story Rafael Padilla (Omar Sy), the first prominent black performer on the French stage. Rafael transitions into the performer Chocolat; part of a famous clown double act. His journey begins in the Belle Epoque era from humble beginnings performing as an exotic black chief named Kananga at the small Delvaux Circus.
Stage adaptation Una’s treatment of the high-impact issue of sexual abuse is thematically compelling and well performed, but how well does it survive the transition from stage to screen?