Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Bliss

Movie Review: Bliss

Bliss? Far from it. Grey camerawork and gritty dialogue delivered by the man that voiced Lightning McQueen is never going to fly too high. Attempting to reinvent himself once more as a serious actor, Wilson’s collaboration with director Mike Cahill is a worrying, amateurish film that sees once-prominent actors struggling to deal with their fall […]

 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: Like a Boss

Movie Review: Like a Boss

American comedies are to cinema what Rustlers burgers are to fine cuisine. They’re ten a penny, abundantly mass-produced and leave a horrible taste in your mouth. For those outside of England, perhaps you’ve not had the pleasure of being inundated with such a horrific product. For that, I can ask only that you take my […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Hummingbird Project

Movie Review: The Hummingbird Project

Wall Street is pretty competitive as far as I’m aware, and according to The Hummingbird Project, milliseconds matter. Feeling more and more like a biopic until you realise it’s a completely fabricated work of fiction, The Hummingbird Project shows us how scratching a couple of decimals off of internet bandwidth can make millions of dollars. Even I understand the […]