Robert Cavendish lived a remarkable life and is a source of inspiration and hope, but there is something about ‘Breathe’ that sort of falls short, turning the breath into more of a yawn.
Luca Guadagnino has made a film of enormous humanity, a statement on the nature of love that sends shockwaves through you, especially with the powerhouse performance from Timothée Chalamet.
Its passion, integrity and charm make it an instant Disney Pixar classic. You’ll be sucked in by its loveable characters, wondrous world, and a small boy who loves music more than anything else.
An unfunny, unilluminating, caustically toothless, visually uninspiring and intellectually facile attempt at mansplaining the world’s problems.
It’s simply a snapshot of real lives and we’re granted the honour of witnessing such unsung beauty and vitality. In a word, ‘The Florida Project’ is authentic.
This is a film of enormous ambition but no vision to guide it or idea how to harness its energy. Creating an original musical is hard, but Jackman’s passion project is exactly how not to do it.
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The appeal of ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ is witnessing big-name stars act like their teenage counterparts - but Jack Black is the reason to see this movie.
'Just To Be Sure' doesn’t seem to know what it is. Not quite a comedy, not quite a drama, but it is French. Take from that what you will.
Whimsically traipsing onto screens with this year’s most delightful, most ecstatically enjoyable, most preposterously joyous cinematic experience, ‘Paddington 2’ might just be perfection.