TOBY WOOLLASTON checks out Crazy Rich Asians and discovers a cliche-ridden, albeit visually sumptuous and warm, film.
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Toby Woollaston heads to the movies to see Chappaquiddick, and finds himself glad he’s not a Kennedy.
This Cannes prizewinner will intrigue, provoke and disturb in equal measure, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON.
Want to know what it’s like to get your foreskin torn off in a bizarre initiation rite? TOBY WOOLLASTON reviews a film about that, and much more.
Ordinary life and repressed emotions on a windswept farm make for an extraordinary film, writes SHELLEY SWEENEY.
What’s that about Pink Floyd? Excuse us, but this is a different wall, and here to tell you all about it is TOBY WOOLLASTON.
SHELLEY SWEENEY spends 94 minutes immersed in the “Irish problem”. She pronounces it a talkfest with a few welcome twists and turns.
A young girl and a super pig, and a dastardly plot by an industrial food corp makes for an odd movie idea, but ANDREW JOHNSTONE thinks it’s real rad.
Wonder Woman is a runaway hit, but ANDREW JOHNSTONE goes against the grain to declare it an unmitigated disaster.
Dhayana Sena likes at least a semblance of character and plot in her movies. Popular game-turned-movie Assassin’s Creed has neither.
It’s not only an ode to the Golden Age of Hollywood musicals, but a film with a message about the power of love, reckons DHAYANA SENA.