A missed opportunity, a poor and underwhelming depiction that lacks a real punch.
With an on-form Gyllenhaal and a distinct look, Nightcrawler plumbs the atmospheric depths of Los Angeles nightlife for satire, but comes up with only broad media sideswipes.
A story of Dublin that says a little bit about all of us, and a must see for all people with ties to the city.
The beautifully-rendered Mr. Turner is a warm and witty riposte to the traditional biopic, and a showcase for the talents of Timothy Spall.
With smarts to back up its scares, The Babadook stands out amongst 2014's horror crop as one of the best of the year.
It has plenty of the requisite anger, but Fury offers little new in the way of characters, plotting or memorability.
Review of Gia Coppola's directorial debut Palo Alto, starring James Franco, Emma Roberts, and Jack Kilmer. Out in Ireland on October 17th, 2014.
David Fincher polishes most (if not all) of the rough edges of Gillian Flynn's novel to deliver an engaging and engaged who/why/howdunnit.
Not as original as it thinks nor as funny as it needs to be, the decidedly mediocre Life After Beth coasts by on Aubrey Plaza's charm.
An intriguing setup and a solid lead in Denzel Washington can't quite help The Equalizer overcome its more generic action leanings.