Monthly Archives: July 2017

DVD review: Dunkirk

 Visionary filmmaker Christopher Nolan has carved a career out of writing and directing imaginative movies, telling mind-bending tales in a way that only he can. His latest feature marks a departure of sorts as he turns his attention to World … Continue reading

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DVD review: War for the Planet of the Apes

  The modern Apes trilogy has spanned six years and following the Rise and Dawn comes War for the Planet of the Apes, the third and final instalment directed and co-written by Matt Reeves. The story is picked up as … Continue reading

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DVD review: All Eyez on Me

 Hip hop can often be thought of as an autobiographical artform, with rappers telling snippets of their life stories through their songs. In recent years, many of them have had their accounts immortalised on-screen and with crime biopic All Eyez … Continue reading

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Tennis Trailers: Battle of the Sexes/Borg vs. McEnroe

Borg vs. McEnroe Directed by: Janus Metz Pedersen Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Stellan Skarsgård, Sverrir Gudnason Release: September 2017 Battle of the Sexes Directed by: Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris Starring: Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough Release: October 2017

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DVD review: Baby Driver

British writer and director Edgar Wright burst onto the cinema scene after the success of a celebrated sitcom at the turn of the millennium, and he hasn’t looked back since, now making movies across the Atlantic stamped with his signature … Continue reading

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EIFF Film review: England is Mine

Stephen Patrick Morrissey broke into the Manchester music scene in the 1980s and through his time as the frontman of seminal band The Smiths as well as a lengthy solo career, he has grown to become an icon of British … Continue reading

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EIFF Film review: Double Date

 Comedy is arguably the most subjective of all the film genres and can be tricky to get right at the best of times. Mix that with horror and it is even more of a challenge, which is exactly what filmmaker … Continue reading

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