Category: Big Screen

streetcatnamedbob

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.

HiddenFigures

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.

Silence

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,...

Fences_DenzelWashington

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...

Gold_MatthewMcConaughey

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...

manchester_by_the_sea

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...

PatriotsDay

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...

Jackie2

The private pain of a President’s death

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

Lion_main

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.

monster1

A monster mess of a movie

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