David Bradley

Review: He Named Me Malala

Documentarian Davis Guggenheim’s study of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teen who survived being shot by the Taliban for daring to attend school, is much like …

Review: Mistress America

Noah Baumbach’s third film with the sometimes simultaneously irresistible and irritating Greta Gerwig (after Greenberg and Frances Ha) and his second with her c…

Tony Ayres talks Cut Snake

Tony Ayres begins the following interview by commenting on the huge amount of films and TV series he’s worked on in the past few years (“It’s been crazy times &…

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Review: Macbeth

David Bradley reviews Justin Kurzel’s 2015 film Macbeth, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.…

Review: The Martian

Ridley Scott’s films are not known for their kindness, as demonstrated in a rush of recent objectionable blockbusters as he pushes 80 (Prometheus, The Counselor…

Inherent Vice Review

Review: Inherent Vice (MA)

Promoted as the first ever screen adaptation of a novel by reclusive author Thomas Pynchon (a debatable claim, although it’s the first with his seal of approval…

The secret life of Walter Mitty review

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Ben’s Walter works in the lower photographic departments of Life magazine in New York. His everyday life is so dull that he often daydreams or ‘vagues out’, and…

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Review: Kill Your Darlings

The time is evidently right for ‘Beat Generation’ movies, perhaps as the group’s members are all sadly departed.…

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Review: Enough Said

While in no way as dark as a film such as The Crow, writer/director Nicole Holofcener’s latest is nevertheless difficult to view without looking for onscreen om…

Review: Adoration

Adapted from a novel by Doris Lessing (who died this week at 94) and directed by Anne Fontaine (of French movies with strong feminine themes like Nathalie… and …

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