Your Sister’s Sister (2012)

Your Sister’s Sister is director Lynn Shelton’s follow up to the critically acclaimed Humpday. Once again reuniting this promising director with fellow filmmaker Mark Duplass, Shelton’s latest is ostensibly a chamber piece built upon…

Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)

Snow White and the Huntsman arrives hot on the heels of the lukewarm reception recieved by Tarsem Singh’s Mirror, Mirror. However, whilst Singh’s saccharinely sweet re-imagination had more in common with the camp vulgarity of pantomime…

Las Acacias (2011)

Winner of the Sutherland award at this year's London Film Festival as well as the prestigious Camera D'or at Cannes, Pablo Giorgelli's slow burning road movie, Las Acacias is an inventive, yet low key affair which whilst lacking in engaging…

Titanic 3D (1997)

Re-released to mark the 100 year anniversary of one of history's most famous tragedies (or for you more cynical readers; a chance for James Cameron to milk some more cash from his obsession with stereoscopic filmmaking) Titanic 3D sees one…

We Bought a Zoo (2012)

Light on animal shenanigans but high on schmaltz, Cameron Crowe returns to narrative filmmaking after a brief sabbatical to make music documentaries with We Bought a Zoo a family friendly tale based on the real life story of former UK…

Midnight in Paris (2011)

Woody Allen's recent output can best be described as inconsistent. Only fleetingly finding the unique comedic essence which made his previous work so gratifying, Midnight in Paris see's Allen take a much safer approach, imbuing his…

One Day (2011)

Based on David Nicholls' eponymous novel and directed by An Education's Lone Scherfig, One Day is a heartbreaking romance that spans over twenty years and stars Christopher Nolan's future Catwoman, Anne Hathaway alongside Jim Sturgess…

Cell 211 (2009)

Deservedly joining the ranks of other such fascinating penal system dramas as; Hunger, A Prophet and The Escapist, (which also chose to use the judicial incarceration of criminals as the basis of their powerful character studies), Daniel…

Puss in Boots (2011)

When word first broke about the forthcoming release of Puss in Boots the news was met with much trepidation but very little surprise. Dreamworks had already proved they were prepared to milk the Shrek franchise for every last dime, with two…