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…

Allied (2016) Review

Despite its intriguing premise and impressive pedigree, “Allied” resembles nothing as much as a lavish big screen reimagining of “’Allo ‘Allo”. In 1942, a Canadian RAF spy encounters a female French Resistance fighter on a deadly mission Vichy occupied Morocco. Later reunited in London, their relationship blossoms into love but as the war grinds on,…

Fury (2014) Review

War is Hell. “Fury” is very clear on this point and it goes out of its way to show you just how raw and primal it can be in an attempt to be a significant film. Set during the final months of World War II in Europe, “Fury” follows the fortunes of a Sherman Tank…