Review – Cake

Cake

Cake, directed by Daniel Barnz is an emotionally draining film that tries its best to ingratiate you with its main character Claire (played by Jennifer Aniston) but with some egregiously slow, under developed characters and plot, Cake ends up not hitting all of the marks that it wants to. Read more

Review – Ida

ida

Ida, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski is a quiet, subtle little film that frames the theme of unjust loss and self-discovery in a post war Poland in such a beautiful way. This film wonderfully captures the tone and feeling of such events in the most unique, interesting and subdued way I have possibly ever seen. Read more

Review – Selma

Selma

Selma directed by Ava DuVernay is a film that doesn’t really wow you in anyway but does deliver a solid performance form its lead David Oyelowo and also tugs at the heart strings from time to time, sadly though Selma doesn’t really have much to offer in the way of a compelling experience. Read more

Review – Telltale’s Game of Thrones Ep.2 – The Lost Lords

GoT

Following on from a very strong opening episode to Telltale’s Game of Thrones, the new episode, ‘The Lost Lords’ brings us some new and interesting characters to play as, but also brings some of the baggage that other Telltale games are known for. It is an episode filled with poignancy and action, but does it keep the consistency and intrigue of the first episode? Read more