Tag Archive: Tom Hardy

The Neon Demon Review

Vapid, shallow, ultra-competitive, beautiful, provocative, degrading, stunning, glamourous, amusing, stylized and orchestrated under the vison of one man – the fashion industry or a Nicolas Wining Winding Refn film? It seems with the… Continue reading

The Revenant Review

There are moments in The Revenant where the camera lens itself steams up with the husky breaths of its frontiersmen. It’s the final layer on a wondrous spectacle that’s enough to coax even… Continue reading

Legend Review

If Ronnie and Reggie Kray were still knocking about today you can’t help but think they’d be quite chuffed with their latest cinematic adaptation, Legend. There’s an early scene in the film where… Continue reading

Child 44 Review

Cigar chain-smoker and all-around war hero Winston Churchill once mused, “Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” While Child 44 isn’t quite that indecipherable, Churchill’s sentiments perfectly summarise the… Continue reading

Far from the Madding Crowd Review

It’s impossible to avoid Tom Hardy. It’s wholly improbable that you’ve managed to survive the whole day without seeing his grizzled and chiselled face at some point. He’s currently starring in Child 44,… Continue reading

Locke Review

In an age of cinema characterised by 100 million dollar budgets, cataclysmic special effects and reboots, it’s a welcome sight to witness a film that never leaves the stuffy confines of a BMW… Continue reading