• Atomic Blonde review

    Atomic Blonde: Theron-tailored, soldier, spy.

    A badly-bruised and beaten agent, Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) is getting debriefed in 1989 London. She’s has returned from a visit to Berlin, just as the divided city finally tore down the wall that separated East and West. But she wasn’t sight-seeing and her mission seems to have spiralled...
  • Ape-ocalypse Now: ‘War’ profits for Hollywood…

    Caesar (Andy Serkis) wants nothing more than to live in peace, away from the humans that seem determined to make he and his fellow apes their enemy. But Caesar is more than willing to answer any attack with brute and savage force. He’s not without mercy but his patience...
  • Okja

    Okja – Livestock and two smoking barrels…

    Ten years ago, the Mirando Corporation – keen to escape years of bad press because of its founding father’s ruthless nature- started a program that created a genetically-superior super pig, one which had a small carbon footprint and a delicious non-waste yield. The brainchild of new CEO Lucy Mirando...
  • Borrowed Time

    Grief-striking. New short thrives on ‘Borrowed Time’…

    Pixar have been known not just for their feature-film length productions but also for the ‘shorts’ that often run ahead of those. For every Finding Nemo/Dory, Inside Out, Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Wall-E and Brave there’s been the likes of memorable quicker entries such as La Luna, For the Birds,...