Sunday 10 Sep 2023 · Movies
Lovers of documentaries or photography will enjoy this latest QE2 film’s take on various photographs of Her Majesty.
Wednesday 24 May 2023 · Movies
It's a gripping true story of an emergency plane landing; but the screenplay struggles to get the story off the ground, says Russ Matthews.
Sunday 2 Apr 2023 · Movies
Sharper is a twisted journey into the world of billionaires and those who hope to gain access to their riches.
Sunday 19 Mar 2023 · TV and Streaming
A brand new season of 'The Good Road' is out, this time exploring philanthropy across the USA and in Puerto Rico.
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Wednesday 8 Mar 2023 · Movies
Humanity is designed for human connection. We should be slow to define these connections and allow boys to be friends, writes Russ Matthews.
Tuesday 24 Jan 2023 · Music
A Man Called Otto is a warm crowd-pleaser that is told powerfully and will warm even the grumpiest hearts, writes Michael Walsh.
Wednesday 14 Dec 2022 · Movies
Film critic Russ Matthews gives his short take review of the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special now streaming on Disney+.
Tuesday 11 Oct 2022 · Movies
See How They Run is a good old-fashioned murder mystery / whodunnit, but with a a delightfully meta twist, writes film critic Michael Walsh.
Monday 26 Sep 2022 · Movies
Disney's new 'Pinocchoi' goes to great lengths to to portray a magical night after the aged craftsman Gepetto (Tom Hanks) wishes upon a star.
Wednesday 14 Sep 2022 · Movies
Sylvester Stallone's 'Samaritan' delves into a dystopian world where people need a saviour to rescue them from their crime-riddled city streets.
Friday 9 Sep 2022 · TV and Streaming
What stands out the most in The Bear are its lead performances, and its portrayal of the family experience, writes screen critic Nick Long.
Thursday 22 Mar 2018 · Lifestyle
The tension between a strong back and a soft front reveals that true belonging requires both courage and vulnerability.