REEL Review – Wolfwalkers (2020)

Director: Tom Moore, Ross Stewart | 1h 43mins | Animation, Drama, Family Rooted in Irish folklore, Wolfwalkers follows Robyn Goodfellowe (Honor Kneafsey) as she and her father move from England to Kilkenny to wipe out a wolf pack in the way of a towns expansion. She meets Mebh (Eva Whittaker), a fabled wolfwalker, and they attempt to find Mebh’s absent mother. Animation studio Cartoon Saloon … Continue reading REEL Review – Wolfwalkers (2020)

REEL Review – Another Round (2020)

Director: Thomas Vinterberg | 1h 55mins | Drama | Language: Danish Martin (Mads Mikkelson), along with three of his High School teacher friends, test a theory that keeps a constant level of alcohol in their blood in order to improve productivity. Thomas Vinterberg hasn’t collaborated with Mads Mikkelsen since The Hunt (2012), a film that is easily one of the best films of the last … Continue reading REEL Review – Another Round (2020)

REEL Review – One Night in Miami (2020)

Director: Regina King | 1h 50mins | Drama Set on a fictional night in Miami Florida, Cassius Clay (Eli Goree), Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge) and Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.) meet in a hotel room. The discussion drifts from heated to celebratory as they begin to discuss their involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. Regina King’s debut feature is an almost … Continue reading REEL Review – One Night in Miami (2020)

REEL Review – Time (2020)

Director: Garrett Bradley | 1h 21mins | Documentary Fox Rich’s husband was incarcerated for robbing a bank and sentenced to 60 years without parole. 20 years on, Fox is still fighting for his release. In a particular part of Brady’s Documentary one of Fox Rich’s sons, named Justus, describes what time is. “Time is unbias, time is lost.” For the Richardson family, time is a … Continue reading REEL Review – Time (2020)

REEL Review – Onward (2020)

Director: Dan Scanlon | Runtime: 1hr 42mins | Animation, Adventure, Comedy In Pixar’s newest feature, two elf brothers Ian (Tom Holland) and Barley (Chris Pratt) discover that in their modern take on a fantasy world, there’s still a little bit of magic left, and it might just help them see their deceased father one last time. Pixar are known for creating inventive and beautiful original … Continue reading REEL Review – Onward (2020)