I never bothered to watch Now You See Me when it was first released to cinemas back in 2013. It looked kind of naff, despite the impressive cast, and to be honest it just sort of passed me by without so much as a second thought. It was only when
Tammy's Always Dying: The BRWC Review - On the 29th of every month, when the welfare runs out, Catherine MacDonald (Anastasia Phillips) talks her alcoholic mother Tammy (Felicity Huffman) off of the same bridge. Literally. Catherine, a connoisseur of bad decisions, dreams of being successful. At anything. Tammy, her mother,
Road trip movies are all about progress. As the characters weave their way to their destination, they change and grow, ultimately finding an inner resolution that makes everything worth it. Indeed, the genre is riddled with clichés, but that’s no reason to dismiss it. A recent reminder of the never-ending
In Search of Greatness is a documentary feature from filmmaker Gabe Polsky, it examines the life and mind of sports greats and what it takes to be a champion. There are interviews with hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, football great Jerry Rice, and soccer star Pele. This piece was equally as
A story of love and responsibility, Angelfish is story of a young couple from different sides of the track. Forced to look after his family Brenan (Jimi Stanton) meets the college bound Eva (Princess Nokia) before dreams of something better threaten to tear them apart.
Angelfish is your typical watered down