• 1917



    A one continuous shot, nerve shredding masterpiece. If the true story is to be believed, it is the most extraordinary tale of courage, friendship and how to use every minute to your advantage.

    A cinematic epic event that can’t be rivalled.

    With such exquisite direction from Sam Mendes and smashing performances from George McKay and Dean-Charles Chapman. 

    It would have been perfect if they’d turned the sound down in the cinema.

  • Just Mercy

    Just Mercy


    A beautiful, heartbreaking story that even though based on the true story of 1980s/1990s America, still rings the harrowing tragic truth of present day

    Michael B Jordan smashes the main role with an excellent support in Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson.

    Why the heck wasn’t this nominated for anything?!?

    An injustice in itself

  • Kill Your Darlings

    Kill Your Darlings


    God...it’s so historically inaccurate and boring.
    And DRad, what is that American accent sir? Go back to school

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    A different indie film in terms of cinematography and casting and not your typical bubblegum pop chick flick, but still the same storyline as always. Quirky girl, wants to get out of town and seemingly overbearing mother but rebels.

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    Beautifully shot with a storyline that gives your emotions a hell of ride

  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit


    Such an amazing film. Littered with dark but sensitive humour with an important message.

    Make love not hate.