Category: Big Screen


A little movie that sinks its claws in

A Street Cat Named Bob is a good, positive, life-affirming film which more people should see.


The feel-good film you have to see

During a season of powerful and onerous films, Hidden Figures is a light in a very dark room.


What would make you reject your beliefs

Review: Silence (MA15+) Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Liam Neeson Jesus warned his followers that they would be persecuted by people who oppose him (John 15:18-24). So,...


The other side of the fence

Review: Fences (PG) Denzel Washington, Viola Davis Stage productions do not always translate well to the big screen. The very nature of the staging constraints and the...


Has Matthew McConaughey struck it rich

Review: Gold (M) Matthew McConaughey, Édgar Ramírez, Bryce Dallas Howard When you think of mining prospectors, the vision of an old toothless madman panning for gold...


The award-winning grief of one man

Review: Manchester by the Sea (MA15+) Casey Affleck, Lucas Hedges, Michelle Williams Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) seems to live a quiet existence as a janitor in...


Pain and passion of being a patriot

Review: Patriots Day (M) Mark Wahlberg, John Goodman, Kevin Bacon It is hard to believe it was only four years ago that a horrific bomb attack occurred on by-standers...


The private pain of a President’s death

A dark, depressing yet different perspective on the assassination of JFK.


Finding your way home with this Aussie Drama

Lion is a must-see film for those with a heart for adoption and those who desire to see a realistic outcome of this crucial process.


A monster mess of a movie

A sci-fi comedy that only young boys could love.