Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Roads Not Taken

Movie Review: The Roads Not Taken

Sally Potter has brought us a strange assembly of films in her lengthy and experienced career as a director. Orlando was an engaging experiment in period-pieces that span hundreds of years, whilst The Party is one of the few feature length movies to not entirely fumble the process of modern-day political dissolution. Her latest feature, The Roads Not Taken, looks […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: All the Bright Places

Movie Review: All the Bright Places

Oh good, another Netflix original, coming of age film set-in middle-class America. I was worried sick! Had we ever run out of these films then I would simply be lost without them. Where else would I go to pretend to care about the problems that face suburban families in midtown Illionis? We should thank our lucky […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: A Rainy Day in New York

Review: A Rainy Day in New York

Even though his modern outputs are the equivalent nostalgia fuelled mediocrity you’d expect from a director that has made more than fifty films over the course of the past half century, I still found myself extremely excited for Woody Allen’s latest project. A Rainy Day in New York is the long-awaited return to the streets of Manhattan […]