An occasionally, bleak, but sincere and witty film that focuses on communication, or the lack thereof, between a father and son.
Alan (Bill Nighy) is … Read more
There seems to be a trend for period dramas in British film making of late, and here’s another.
The Bookshop is set in recent history … Read more
This British film set during WWII has the same simple charm and careful balance of grave seriousness and wry humour as actual British films from … Read more
The latest incarnation of Frankenstein’s monster, Adam (Aaron Eckhart), seems to be ‘developing’ a soul. Two hundred years after his creation he battles it out … Read more