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Home Entertainment: ‘The Party’ DVD Review

Upon viewing Sally Potter’s The Party, traditional theatergoers in particular may be disillusioned with the fact that this is a story that looks meant...

‘I, Tonya’ Review: Dir. Craig Gillespie (2018)

I, Tonya review: Margot Robbie leads the cast of this superb post-modern roller coaster from director Craig Gillespie. I, Tonya review by Orestes Adam. Every film...

‘The Post’ Review: Dir. Steven Spielberg (2017)

The Post Review: Spielberg, Hanks and Streep finally collaborate to tell this rather timely historic story. The Post Review by Orestes Adam.  Who would have thought...

‘Wonder Wheel’ Review: Dir. Woody Allen (2017)

Wonder Wheel review: Justin Timberlake and Kate Winslet lead the cast of Woody Allen's 49th feature as director. Wonder Wheel review by Orestes Adam. The last...

The Top Ten Musicals Of The 21st Century

In cinemas on Boxing Day is the musical extravaganze The Greatest Showman. The film stars Hugh Jackman alongside an all-star cast, including Michelle Williams,...

‘The Greatest Showman’ Review: Dir. Michael Gracey (2017)

The Greatest Showman review: Hugh Jackman leads the cast of this showbiz extravaganza about the life of showman P.T. Barnum. The Greatest Showman review by...

‘Stronger’ Review: Director: David Gordon Green (2017)

Stronger review: David Gordon Green directs Jake Gyllenhaal in this warm, authentic and beautifully-acted true story. Stronger review by Orestes Adam. The ‘based-on-a-true-story’ genre is one...

‘Mudbound’ Review: Dir. Dee Rees (2017)

Mudbound review: A major awards contender, Dee Rees' stunning adaptation of the 2008 novel by Hilary Jordan arrives on Netflix. Mudbound review by Orestes Adam. Dee Rees’s...

Report: The ‘Justice League’ Experience, London

Madame Tussauds may have the Avengers, but from Warner Brothers Studios in the center of London exists an experience entirely dedicated to making you...

Home Entertainment: ‘It Comes At Night’ DVD Review

Studio A24 delivers yet another spellbinding minimalistic thriller with Trey Edward Shults’ It Comes at Night, which proves that atmosphere and tension can be...