Choosing to focus on the saving of lives, rather than the taking of them, RESCUE UNDER FIRE offers a new take on the well worn tale of western soldiers fighting off the Taliban.
Although it fails to fully explore its main female role, A TASTE OF INK more than makes up for its shortcomings with a tense, emotionally honest family drama.
THE DEFENDERS is full of fun, exciting moments, but falls a few fingers short of a hand when it comes to developing relationships between its heroes.
With great action and a strong cast, GOOD TIME is a thrilling crime caper that sadly misplaces its emotional core, leaving the audience feeling just a little bit robbed by the end.
In part two of this thrilling saga, Ben finally manages to watch some films, and then takes a break from all that to become a tree for a while. No, seriously.
Though held back by insensitive plot points and feeble motivations, THIS IS YOUR DEATH still succeeds as a heart-wrenching drama about human suffering.
Exploring the psychosexual dynamics between a desperate man and a group of repressed women, THE BEGUILED is a slow, sexy and satisfying drama.
An allegorical look at the uncompromising Russian prison system, A GENTLE CREATURE starts strong but loses its potency midway, falling into a weak finale.
A detailed account of the first two days I spent at the Cannes Film Festival. Follow my adventure as I fail to understand the simple rules of travel, and life in general.