It feels like a rare treat these days to see a film that looks and feels genuinely artistic. Sorrentino’s Hand of God is a truly exquisite film, telling a story of life itself with a wonderful blend of drama and humour, showcased with some of the most understatedly picturesque shots you’ll see in any film.
The mind-bending visual movie by Satoshi Kon is a classic in Japanese animation, but are its visuals enough to make it worth watching?
A spin-off of The Tatami Galaxy, this film builds on the style of the acclaimed series with a youthful, feel-good story bursting with fun and creativity!
The hotly-anticipated follow up to Makoto Shinkai’s record-breaking Your Name delivers the grand style of teen romance that he has become famous for, but doesn’t quite reach the heights of its predecessor.
The grand conclusion of a great franchise produced by the gargantuan Disney movie machine hit all of the right points but did little more.