AFTER SPRING is an admirable attempt to address the public narrative around the Syrian refugee crisis, yet falls short in its editing and presentation.
While not without aesthetic merit, Colette Bothof’s latest fails in its attempts to depict a wholly satisfying image of young love, amidst a backdrop of intolerance and violence.
Disney’s technical mastery in ZOOTOPIA can’t absolve its ham-fisted attempt at race-relations allegory.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest endeavor is a tonally inconsistent and ineffective mess, with scattered impressive aspects.
While not without merit, Zack Snyder’s latest foray into the DC Extended Universe is a mostly woeful effort, stymied by misguided creative decisions that will color the rest of the series.
TAJ MAHAL is a film that grasps at what it could be, without managing to get any further than that.
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE isn’t just a limp counterpart to the 2008 creature feature, it also exists as a messy jumble of ideas, genres and performances that never coalesce into anything of real interest.
A ROAD is a promising debut, weighed down by inexperience from the 23 year old Daichi Sugimoto; whilst establishing the director as someone to keep an eye on in coming years.
Jamie Babbit’s latest feature fails to land, an underwhelming comedy that brings some fresh ideas to the table but fails to deliver on their promise.
Randall Wright’s study of the life of artist David Hockney spruiks moments of sophistication, but is unfortunately far too safe for its own good, especially considering its central subject.