Film Reviews

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

‘Denial’ review [TIFF ’16]

Denial review: Rachel Weisz goes on trial in this courtroom drama where she must provide evidence that the holocaust during World War II really happened. Denial review by Paul Heath, Toronto International Film Festival 2016. Playing at TIFF is another in a...
The Headhunter's Calling

‘The Headhunter’s Calling’ review [TIFF ’16]

The Headhunter's Calling review: Gerard Butler leads this fairly generic but really rather enjoyable morality tale from debut director Mark Williams. The Headhunter's Calling review, TIFF '16. In The Headhunter's Calling Gerard Butler is at the top of his game at...
Deepwater Horizon review

‘Deepwater Horizon’ review [TIFF ’16]

Deepwater Horizon review: Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg deliver an authentic, accurate depiction of the terrible oil rig disaster in the Gulf Of Mexico from 2010. Deepwater Horizon review, TIFF '16. Filmmaker Peter Berg reunites with his Lone Survivor star Mark...
Their Finest review

‘Their Finest’ review [TIFF ’16]

Their Finest review: Lone Scherfig adapts Lissa Evans' novel Their Finest Hour and a Half. The film receives its world premiere at TIFF '16. Their Finest review by Paul Heath, Toronto International Film Festival, 2016. Their Finest is the latest film...

’76 Review [TIFF ’16]

'76 review: An important story to be told with full of honesty and heart. ’76 is my first insight into Nigerian film making and although Izu Ojukwu’s movie doesn’t categorically sit within the usual ‘arthouse’ style we can expect from lower...
The Promise review

‘The Promise’ review [TIFF ’16]

The Promise review: Oscar Isaac gains leading man status in this extensive historical epic set at the end of the First World War when Turkey executed over 1.5 million Armenians. The Promise review by Paul Heath, Toronto International Film Festival...

‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ review: “Utterly hilarious”

Bridget Jones’s Baby review: A comedy that pushes viewers to accept the perfectly imperfect. Bridget Jones’s Baby review, Matthew Ceo for The Hollywood News. As the curtains part, and the opening credits start to roll, the few and rather low expectations...

‘The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years’ review: “Lovingly-crafted and joyous”

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years review: A joyous, lovingly crafted tribute to an iconic band. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls; ‘The Beatles.’ You would be hard-pressed to find someone who truly hates ‘The Beatles’....

‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ review: “All out hilarious.”

Hunt For The Wilderpeople review: Taika Waititi balances his humour well, but is never afraid to crank it up in this wonderful coming of age tale. Hunt For The Wilderpeople review by Luke Ryan Baldock, September 2016. Taika Waititi has certainly made some...

‘Joe Cinque’s Consolation’ review [TIFF ’16]

Joe Cinque's Consolation review: Sotiris Dounoukos holds no bars when it comes to his first feature film, proving that true crime drama shouldn't be left to cable television channels. Joe Cinque's Consolation review by Jazmine Sky Bradley, Toronto International Film...