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The Bookshop – Reviewed by Jamie

Faithfully Adapted from Penelope Fitzgerald’s novel of the same name, The Bookshop is a neat homage to love and literature set in

The Bookshop – Reviewed by Jamie 2018-07-10T09:47:17+00:00

Funny Cow – Reviewed by Jamie

A film of two halves; The Mercy succeeds admirably in it’s set-up. With Donald Crowhurst we have the ‘plucky outsider’; a ‘David’ facing down Goliaths with nothing but a rock and a sling. He speaks in homilies and truisms, dismissing his wife’s gentle concerns about his sailing experience with a wry smile and an almost unshakeable belief that he will succeed.

Funny Cow – Reviewed by Jamie 2018-04-20T11:55:50+00:00

The Mercy – Reviewed by Will

A film of two halves; The Mercy succeeds admirably in it’s set-up. With Donald Crowhurst we have the ‘plucky outsider’; a ‘David’ facing down Goliaths with nothing but a rock and a sling. He speaks in homilies and truisms, dismissing his wife’s gentle concerns about his sailing experience with a wry smile and an almost unshakeable belief that he will succeed.

The Mercy – Reviewed by Will 2018-04-15T22:37:40+00:00

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri – Reviewed by Jamie

It is no surprise to learn that Three Billboards has been nominated for 7 Oscars. The film drags you into the characters lives pulling you through twists and turns with great finesse and admirable direction...

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri – Reviewed by Jamie 2018-03-05T15:25:31+00:00

Jane – Reviewed by Jamie

Director Brett Morgan has helped to reinvent and redefine the way we, as audiences, view the documentary genre through his latest film Jane.

Jane – Reviewed by Jamie 2018-01-29T13:49:23+00:00

Marjorie Prime – Reviewed by Jamie

In this multiple award nominee Oscar Winning Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin brings more of his patented rapid-fire chatter to the screen with the thrilling story of the rise and fall of Molly Bloom.

Marjorie Prime – Reviewed by Jamie 2018-01-16T21:15:44+00:00

Molly’s Game – Reviewed by Will

In this multiple award nominee Oscar Winning Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin brings more of his patented rapid-fire chatter to the screen with the thrilling story of the rise and fall of Molly Bloom.

Molly’s Game – Reviewed by Will 2018-01-12T21:24:11+00:00

Borg/McEnroe – Reviewed by Jamie

You’re probably thinking; “a biopic film about tennis, not exactly my cup of tea” and not to fear, you are most certainly not alone.

Borg/McEnroe – Reviewed by Jamie 2018-01-14T22:59:41+00:00