The Good Liar (2019) covers its tracks a little too well.

Although there have been a few remakes of “Bedtime Story”, such as “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”, but Bill Condon’s twisty con man mystery is the first to remove the comedy (unless, I guess, you count “The Hustle”) and play the story straight. Despite Condon’s best efforts, though – and an acting masterclass from McKellen and Mirren…

In a world of spin, propaganda and outright lies, Fox News seems like a counter-intuitive choice for a fact-based drama: Bombshell (2020) Review

In a world of spin, propaganda and outright lies, Fox News may seem like a counter-intuitive choice for a fact-based drama but facts there are in this frustratingly superficial look under the rock of America’s foremost right-wing rhetoric factory. The film charts the eventual fall from…well, not grace exactly…in any event, it charts the fall…

If you couldn’t stand The Heat, you probably won’t like The Kitchen (2019)

Adapted from the  DC Vertigo comic book series, The Kitchen is unlikely to be the gritty, grounded comic book adaptation everyone is going to be talking about this year but at least nobody is getting all histrionic about the possibility of downtrodden housewives rising up and taking over their husbands’ businesses after seeing this movie….

The law may be an ass, but The Mule (2019) is a real donkey.

It’s someone disingenuous for something this uninspired to proclaim it’s ‘inspired by a true story’ but that doesn’t seem to discourage notorious empty chair haranguer Clint Eastwood from making a film for reactionary old men who like to yell at clouds. It’s a wannabe “Sicario – The Greatest Generation”, or the demographic antithesis of “Black…