Enea is in his early thirties and looking for the
As Ashraf Idriss (Ziad Bakri) house sits for a wealthy
LoveTrue is a new indie documentary from Director Alma Har'el (Bombay Beach) and is executive-produced by Shia LaBeouf (Transformers).
Har'el follows three complicated, real-life relationships as
This was reviewed at the Cambridge Film Festival, but it's up for some Oscars now
A late night courier boy agrees to pick up the feisty daughter of an important client. The two youngsters form a close connection and
After nearly 14 years there’s not really much more than can be said about The Room, the bizarre chamber drama that’s widely regarded as
Written and directed by David Hollinshead and Philip Thompson in their feature film debut, Essex Spacebin is a darkly funny movie in the Troma
Why is it that Will Arnett has become one of the best incarnations of Batman? Batman himself being one of the best parts of
BRWC welcomes the guest writer Defector from www.badmovie-badreview.com. Bad Movie – Bad Review busy themselves watching the worst and/or stupid movies in existence and then
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The cambridge English dictionary defines legacy as “something that is a part of your history or that remains from an earlier time.” So, keeping
T2 picks up some 20 years after the events of Trainspotting, catching up with its characters as they meet again, still stinging from Renton’s
There’s nowt so queer as folk" as the saying goes.
In a new documentary coming this May 2017, final year USW (University South Wales -
Niagara Falls police detective and Iraq war veteran John Dromoor (Nicolas Cage, The Rock) is flagged down by a 12 year old girl after