The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil

It’s 2005, and there’s a serial killer on the loose – or so believes loose-cannon detective Jung Tae-seok (Kim Moo-yeol). His superiors aren’t convinced, but Jung soon finds an unlikely…

The Report

In the face of it, the prospect of a knotty political drama about the US Senate’s 2012 investigation into the CIA’s ‘Enhanced Interrogation Techniques’ (or EITs) post 9/11 is a…

Charlie’s Angels

In a post-credits sequence featuring some inexplicable cameo appearances, including teen snowboarding sensation Chloe Kim, we learn that Ruth Bader Ginsburg was at one time a Charlie’s Angel. It’s a…

Klaus

The greatest strength of Klaus, Netflix’s first feature-length animated production, is its synthesis of traditional style and modern techniques. Directed by Sergio Pablos, it’s a Christmas film for skeptics, deconstructing…

Frozen 2

No pity is extended towards parents who have had to repeatedly sit through 2013’s Frozen with an excitable sprog or sprogs propped on their knee. Because at the end of…

Little Monsters

“You’re being a child!”, remonstrates Sara (Nadia Townsend) with her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend Dave (Alexander England), at the beginning Little Monsters, written and directed by Abe Forsythe. She is not wrong….

Le Mans ’66

In the year of our Lord 1977, the BBC launched a weekly motoring magazine show called Top Gear, which was essentially metal fetish pornography for petrol-heads of all ages. You…

Marriage Story

Having just been served his divorce papers, Charlie (Adam Driver) wanders across the first floor landing of his wife’s family home, looking at the framed pictures on the wall. One…