TOBY WOOLLASTON gets nostalgic with The Bookshop, but is it a page turner or one to put down?
Author: Toby Woollaston
TOBY WOOLLASTON checks out Crazy Rich Asians and discovers a cliche-ridden, albeit visually sumptuous and warm, film.
Sunday School storytellings take a beating in Mary Magdalene, which sets out to straighten some historical distortions about a woman who’s strength becomes an affront to many men.
TOBY WOOLLASTON checks out American Pastoral and finds a movie that should be put out to pasture.
TOBY WOOLLASTON checks out Mary Shelley and discovers a monstrous tale tamed with conventional storytelling.
TOBY WOOLLASTON risks the season two blues, and checks out the latest season of old favourite, Top of the Lake. But will he be disappointed?
TOBY WOOLLASTON finds that the awe and heart of the original Jurassic World have long since escaped the cage – but he can’t help buzzing over some of those monsters.
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell breathe life into Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, as TOBY WOOLLASTON discovers.
TOBY WOLLASTON finds enough existential insight and astute observations to make 20th Century Women a worthy viewing experience.
TOBY WOOLLASTON heads to the movies and discovers the soft tones of Kodachrome.
Toby Woollaston heads to the movies to see Chappaquiddick, and finds himself glad he’s not a Kennedy.
Tear-jerker Breathe is being released on Blu-ray in time for Mother’s Day. TOBY WOOLLASTON settled down for an early screening and was pleasantly surprised.