Film Reviews

Film Reviews
The latest film and movie reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News.

Tribeca ’16: El Clásico Review

El Clásico review: When love and football collide, the result is an adventure of epic proportions There are two moments in El Clásico –firstly when Alan (Wrya Ahmed) steps out on to his hotel balcony, telling Gona (Rozhin Sharifi) that she...
Magnus review

Tribeca ’16: Magnus review

Magnus review : Benjamin Ree's involving documentary focusses on the remarkable story of perhaps the world's greatest modern chess player, Magnus Carlsen. Magnus is an engrossing, truly inspirational new documentary which receives its world premiere at this year's Tribeca Film...

Tribeca ’16: Holidays Review

Holidays review: Screening at Tribeca Film Festival as part of the Midnight programme we review new horror anthology Holidays. Ever since V/H/S snuck its way onto the scene there has been a resurgence of anthology movies within the horror genre. We've had...
The Divide review

The Divide review: “Important and insightful”

The Divide review: Inspired by the best-selling book The Spirit Level, this is the story of what happens to the rest of us when the rich get richer. If you’ve been blissfully disregarding all the news, and specifically financial news,...
Florence Foster Jenkins review

Florence Foster Jenkins review: “Near note perfect”

Florence Foster Jenkins review: Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant hit the right notes in this Stephen Frears directed comedy drama about the world's best worst singer. Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant lead the cast of the Stephen Frears directed film which...

Eye In The Sky review: “Not to be missed.”

Eye In The Sky review: Gavin Hood explores the nature of current war tactics and the powerful impact of single decisions. Helen Mirren stars alongside Alan Rickman in his last on-screen role in this war drama. Here is the official...
Criminal review

Criminal review: “A talented director and impressive cast does not a good movie make”

Criminal review: The talented Ariel Vromen and his impressive cast fail to ignite the screen with this sub-par action film set in and around London. Ariel Vromen, writer and director of the superb The Iceman, the Michael Shannon movie that...

The Passing review: “An interesting if flawed psychological thriller.”

The Passing review: This Welsh language thriller shows a lot of promise from all involved. The Passing review by Luke Ryan Baldock. The Welsh-language film enters selected U.K. cinemas on Friday 8th April, 2016. Welsh films don’t exactly set the box-office...
The Jungle Book review

The Jungle Book review: ” A wild, wonderful and welcome return”

The Jungle Book review: Jon Favreau nails it with this visually stunning revival of perhaps Disney's greatest movie. The Jungle Book review by Paul Heath. Jon Favreau revisits Disney's 1960s classic animated movie, and of course Rudyard Kipling's wonderful books,...

Tribeca ’16: The Man Who Knew Infinity review: “A fantastic endeavour.”

The Man Who Knew Infinity review: Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel team up in a mathematical focused movie with a lot of heart. Remember having that immortal line in maths classes drilled into your head? “Don’t forget to show your...