The Dictator is an absolute shambles of a film, which has its moments but isn’t even nearly funny enough
The Turin Horse is reputedly Hungarian director Bela Tarr’s final film, and he has certainly gone out with a memorable feature, with your reaction to the film entirely depending on your attitude and tastes in cinema in general. A film constructed masterfully, it will most definitely be too trying for many cinema attendees.
In Avengers Assemble, Joss Whedon has put together an immensely enjoyable film, and the best Marvel-based one to date. (Review originally commissioned by MovieFarm.co.uk)
50/50 is a shambles of a film. Despite having some good moments, its laughs are too few and its attitudes too narrow-minded and repulsive to make it all that enjoyable. It may not be cancer, but this film is a little diseased.
Review of The Muppets, originally published in newspaper The Cambridge Student
A truly unsettling film, Lynne Ramsay returns to the big screen in spectacular fashion with WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN. Although parts of the film can feel a tad overdone, her directorial vision of this reverse-Oedipal nightmare is a fantastic film based on Lionel Shriver’s supposedly impossible-to-film novel. Read the full review on TakeOneCFF.com