The Martian – Review

A thrilling, surprisingly funny survival film with a grounding in actual science, The Martian features one of Matt Damon’s most charming performances to date and is a joyous ode to the merits of ingenuity and perseverance.
Legend of the Sword is a flashy but somewhat incoherent remix of Arthurian myth that is caught in limbo between street-level grit and full-on fantasy.
While it contains enough fisticuffs to satisfy action junkies, 'SPL 2' is burdened with an unexpectedly convoluted, labyrinthine story.

Very Good Girls – Review

Two girls fight and fall out over the love of one guy
With a total lack of creativity for a movie title, Fast and Furious director Rob Cohen hurls everything up in the air and sure knows how to make The Hurricane Heist fun to watch.
Get ready to Ragnarok & Roll - this film is the most fun you’ll have in a cinema all year!
You would never have thought Rock-Paper-Scissors could be such a captivating game until you’ve watched 'Animal World' — there’s a Hunger Games slash Battle Royale twist to it.

Skiptrace – Review

Sure, it’s impressive that Jackie Chan's still kicking at 62, but Skiptrace feels long past its sell-by date, laboured and clumsily made instead of light on its feet.
'A Kind of Murder' has a glossy exterior, but fails to deliver the engaging thrills expected of a Patricia Highsmith adaptation.
One for the scions of literature and those pining for a less frenetic pace of life. For everyone else, there’s Tang Wei.
While its plot beats are largely predictable, Extraordinary Mission’s solid production values and spectacular finale make it worth a look for fans of Hong Kong action cinema.
A heartwarming yet dark family drama that raises moral and emotional questions about parenting and adoption.

Guns Akimbo (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: Daniel Radcliffe’s post-Harry Potter career has featured several eclectic roles. From playing a...

Bloodshot (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: Marvel and DC might be the big boys in the comics game, but...

Till Death: the star and creators of She’s a Terrorist and I Love Her talk the dark comedy series

With its wanton swearing, sexual situations, sometimes-graphic violence and yes, depictions of terrorism, She’s a...

Onward (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Tom Holland and Chris Pratt take a detour into...

The Invisible Man (2020) – Review

The Low-Down: H.G. Wells’ 1897 novel The Invisible Man has captured the imaginations of readers...