Ewan Gleadow

Review: Little Women

Review: Little Women

Out of the three films that had truly excited me for this year, Little Women wasn’t one of them. It did kindle an interest, albeit a slight one, but an adaptation and remake of a 1994 remake of a 1943 remake of a 1933 adaptation of a book I have no interest in reading, is […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Marriage Story

Review: Marriage Story

I’ll be the first to admit that I am not the biggest fan of director Noah Baumbach. I found his work in both The Squid and The Whale and While We Were Young enjoyable yet completely forgettable. His work in his recent Netflix pieces has had the same effect, yet to lesser degrees of enjoyment, […]

 Amy Robinson

Cold Pursuit Review: not a “Taken” movie on ice

Cold Pursuit Review: not a “Taken” movie on ice

Just yesterday, I went to the cinema to watch Liam Neeson’s new feature Cold Pursuit. My reason for going was purely academic research, attempting to study the critics’ reception of the movie following Neeson’s racial comments. For context: set in the snowy hills outside of Denver, Cold Pursuit follows Nels Coxman (Liam Neeson), a snowplow driver in Denver, Colorado, who […]

 Kamron Kent

Review: Cold Pursuit

Review: Cold Pursuit

Liam Neeson stars in the winter wonderland that is Kehoe, a Ski Resort in the United States of America. His character, Nels Coxman, is the normal, happy-to-help citizen of the town, spending his time clearing roads after heavy snowfalls. The film starts with a brief backstory to the main characters of the film: the Coxman […]