Ex Machina Review

Over the past few years, some of the best British sci-fi films have been written by Alex Garland. Between 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Dredd, I’ve always been impressed by Garland’s output and when I found out that he would be making his directorial debut, I was excited. This excitement grew after I saw the… Continue reading Ex Machina Review

Foxcatcher Review

Ever since it was announced, I have been intrigued by Foxcatcher. Having not heard the story of John DuPont and the Schultz brothers before watching, I was intrigued as to what parts of the story merited it being turned into a film. Along with this, the casting of Steve Carell in a non-comedic role was… Continue reading Foxcatcher Review

Birdman Review

Out of all the films getting major attention for the current awards season, Birdman has been the one I’ve been looking forward to most. Whilst I’m not familiar with the filmography of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the idea of the film looked really interesting and I’m a fan of Michael Keaton, with him putting in entertaining… Continue reading Birdman Review

Top 10 Male Performances of 2014

Following on from yesterdays list of my 10 favourite female performances of 2014, today’s list comprises my top 10 favourite male performances of 2014. The same rules as yesterday apply (any film released in 2014 in the UK can be included and I will only put one performance per film on here). This has been… Continue reading Top 10 Male Performances of 2014

Top 10 Female Performances of 2014

For this year, I’ve decided to do something long overdue for my best performances list and have split it in two, one for male performances and one for female performances. As stated yesterday, the rules of this list are that only one performance per film can be included and any film released in 2014 is… Continue reading Top 10 Female Performances of 2014