Ewan Gleadow

Review: Four Weddings and a Funeral 25th Anniversary

Review: Four Weddings and a Funeral 25th Anniversary

The always charming presence of Hugh Grant is enough to tide an audience over through what should be a mediocre romantic comedy. Somehow his leading man presence is enough to elevate films that should really have no right being any good, to new and unexpected levels. It worked with Bridget Jones’s Diary, Love Actually and even About a Boy, […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Yesterday

Review: Yesterday

A love letter to the The Beatles’ musical legacy would inevitably make its way into the world of popular film, if anything to showcase a valuable selection of their finest work. What would surprise me though, is if that same film featured a world in which nobody has ever heard of The Beatles, and that’s […]