Burnt (2015) Review

Charting the comeback of a talented but reckless chef following a self-imposed exile, “Burnt” feels like the sequel to a film we’ve never seen.  Bradley Cooper plays Adam Jones, a chef who, we gradually learn, shone so brightly in Paris years ago until his addictions got the better of him and destroyed his life. He … Continue reading Burnt (2015) Review

Legend (2015) Review

Based on the book ‘The Profession Of Violence: The Rise And Fall Of The Kray Twins’ by John Pearson, Writer/ Director Brian Helgeland’s “Legend” takes a look at the notorious East End gangsters from their ascent to the top of the underworld hierarchy to the events which would prove to be their downfall. Glossy, stylish … Continue reading Legend (2015) Review

The Anomaly (2014) Review

British sci-fi flick “The Anomaly” certainly lacks nothing when it comes to ambition. It even manages to find room for some intriguingly original ideas in amongst the mishmash of borrowings from “Source Code”, “The Matrix” and “Total Recall”. When former soldier Ryan (Noel Clarke) regains consciousness in the back of a van with no recollection … Continue reading The Anomaly (2014) Review

World War Z (2013) Review

Okay, first things first: I've never been a huge zombie fan. I watched the first season of "The Walking Dead" but got bored a couple of episodes into season 2 and left it there. But where "The Walking Dead" tells the story of a small group of people against the (largely implied) backdrop of a … Continue reading World War Z (2013) Review