Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Current War (Review)

Quick Read Review The Current War has been on quite a journey before finally hitting UK cinema screens this week. Following decidedly lukewarm reviews at the Toronto Film Festival back in 2017. The Weinstein Company produced drama has floated in a void of ownership. Following the collapse of the Weinstein Company. Finally released with no mention of the Weinstein Company …

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Capernaum

Nadine Lebaki leads us through the streets of Lebanon in a story that writhes with energy, emotion and sincerity. As we follow the journey of young Zain through a fog of abuse, separation and childhood longing. While Lebaki expertly uses the camera with documentary like precision in creating a powerful reflection of a damaged world. For this reason Capernaum sears itself into the …

Horrible Histories the Movie: Rotten Romans (Review)

Based on the hit books by Terry Deary, Horrible Histories first hit TV screens in 2009. The shows unique format mixing historical fact and fiction with humour, battles and songs. Providing children and adults alike with a delightful mix of fun and learning. Its anarchic recipe made the TV show and instant success for Children’s BBC. Therefore, after eight seasons …

Spider-Man: Far from Home – Review

Spoiler Free Spider-Man Homecoming was one of the standout successes of 2017, offering a truly fresh superhero film to the Marvel canon. Homecoming re-energised the Spider-Man character after a plethora of outings, injecting a youthful, electric energy through Tom Holland’s outstanding debut. Hope was therefore high that its follow up would meet or surpass the energy of the first outing, …