Categories for Drama


September 28, 2017 Published by

Nauseatingly good. Yes, I literally felt ill when leaving the cinema. Too much empathetic anxiety. Director Darren Aronofsky really is... View Article

Berlin Syndrome

September 13, 2017 Published by

If you feel like having a sinking feeling in your stomach for close to two hours… Clare (Teresa Palmer) is... View Article


September 7, 2017 Published by

Good enough. I was really hoping to be blown away by director Andy Muschietti’s incarnation of Stephen King’s classic novel.... View Article

The Beguiled

August 29, 2017 Published by

Textbook drama that writes out cheques its charm can’t cash. It’s rare to see a film which can rely so... View Article

My Cousin Rachel

August 22, 2017 Published by

Simultaneously cosy and uneasy. My Cousin Rachel may well be the perfect film to watch on a rainy afternoon. In... View Article

Tulip Fever

May 8, 2017 Published by

Like a livelier, yet absurd version of Girl with a Pearl Earring. There are some major similarities between Tulip Fever... View Article


January 10, 2017 Published by

For the most part sleep-inducingly boring, Jackie has a few fleeting moments of brilliance. JFK (Caspar Phillipson) has recently been... View Article


December 16, 2016 Published by

Decent, but had even greater potential. Jim Preston (Chris Pratt) and Aurora Lane (Jennifer Lawrence) are passengers on board a... View Article

Collateral Beauty

December 13, 2016 Published by

Manages to pull at the heartstrings, despite the fact that it’s a Will Smith movie. Let’s face it, Will Smith’s... View Article


September 11, 2016 Published by

Joseph Gordon-Levitt delivers in a film that everyone should see. Snowden is a biopic covering the life of Edward Snowden... View Article