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Cut Throat City

Legendary film critic Roger Ebert once said, “no movie featuring either Harry Dean Stanton or M. Emmet Walsh in a supporting role can be altogether bad”. I would add four-time Academy Award-nominee Ethan Hawke to this rule – wh...

Ethan Hawke – the Author – returns

In a career spanning 35 years, Ethan Hawke has done it all. Known to most as an actor and filmmaker, it may come as a surprise to some to know that the four-time Oscar-nominee is also an accomplished novelist, and 2021 is kicki...


The Magnificent Seven

This lifeless remake of the classic 1960 western plays dangerously fast and loose with the meaning of the word ‘magnificent’. Forgettable is more like it. It’s a nothing film, director Antoine Fuqua (Southpaw)...
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Good Kill

Given the controversy and endless news coverage dedicated to drones it was only a matter of time before a film came along to address the point-click-and-kill form of modern warfare. For much of director Andrew Niccol’s career h...

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Predestination marks the return of The Spierig Brothers after 2009’s solid Daybreakers. And like their skew on the vampire mythology, albeit playing on Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend, this time out the Spierig Brothers are givi...


Ethan Hawke Recruited To The Magnificent Seven

Hot off the heels of his success in Richard Linklater’s Boyhood it seems Ethan Hawke has been recruited by his old Training Day muckers to join The Magnificent Seven remake.  Denzel Washington, who won an Oscar for his ro...


Moby Dick

Based on Melville’s 1851 novel of the same name. It tells the story of the sole survivor of a lost whaling ship, who relates the tale of his captain’s self-destructive obsession to hunt the white whale, Moby Dick. Captain...


Incredibly honest, subtle and relatable, Boyhood is a powerful observation on real life, shown through one boy’s upbringing and the changing relationships with his family and friends. It leaves you wanting more, more ‘tim...