Ewan Gleadow

Review: Murder Mystery

Review: Murder Mystery

Oh, great, another Adam Sandler comedy. Sandler has been about as on the ball as a dead seal in these past few years of filmmaking. Jack and Jill seemed to be the catalyst of what has become a landslide of awful, cheap and downright dispiriting films that have taken their toll on the Sandman. His […]

 Amy Robinson

Netflix’s ‘Dumplin’: a protest in heels

Netflix’s ‘Dumplin’: a protest in heels

Netflix released another outstanding original film on the 7th of December: director Anne Fletcher’s mother-daughter, coming-of-age tale, Dumplin’. View this post on Instagram   Official DUMPLIN’ poster is here! Loved working with all these people so so much ❤️Check it out in select theatres and @netflix on December 7th. New music by @dollyparton dropping Nov 30th […]

 Sam Griffiths

Cake: "Billed as darkly comedic, it ends as darkly average"

Cake: "Billed as darkly comedic, it ends as darkly average"

Jennifer Aniston’s performance in Cake is undoubtedly the best of her career, but congratulating her would be akin to praising Arthur after he blew more than “the bloody doors off.” Known almost uniquely for comedic roles, Aniston has looked to Cake as a breakout from the jail cell that is romantic comedies. And, as far […]

 Eleanor Tidswell

Jennifer Aniston takes on dark role in Cake

Jennifer Aniston takes on dark role in Cake

While struggling with her own personal tragedy, a troubled Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston), becomes fascinated by the suicide of Nina (Anna Kendrick), a member from her chronic pain support group, forming an unexpected relationship with the woman’s husband (Sam Worthington). Claire searches for self-forgiveness and human connection in this emotional tale of rediscovering life. Daniel […]