Review Round Up: Motherless Brooklyn

Edward Norton directs and stars in this film based on Jonathan Lethem’s novel. The Mirror: ** “Ed Norton is irritating as a Tourette’s-suffering New York cop in this over-the-top and impossible to enjoy detective-noir thriller reeking of Oscar desperation.” The Telegraph: ***** “The best film noirs aren’t merely mysteries, but excavations – long, dark digs… Read More

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Review Round Up: Knives Out

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this all-star murder mystery. Den of Geek: ***** “Knives Out may not be an awards frontrunner. It doesn’t particularly tackle big topics, or take particularly shocking creative risks. Some may even find the characters and script a bit too broad. What it does offer, though, is a pacey and… Read More

Review Round Up: Charlie’s Angels

Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott star in this new reboot of the classic 70’s television series. The Guardian: * “In theory, it could have worked: it is written and directed by Elizabeth Banks who is no slouch at comedy, and who takes an acting role herself. But, from the very first, this Charlie’s… Read More

Review Round Up: 1917

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Sam Mendes’s World War I film. Empire: **** “Despite the film’s heart, sincerity and intention, it is a string of set-pieces. What’s going to happen next? Which terrain will we visit? What sort of attack? After a strong first half it becomes less engaging — at… Read More

Festive Things to See and Do in London

Here’s a few ideas of how to get in the mood for the Christmas season…. Go and see Last Christmas at the cinema: funny but surprisingly moving, this new festive film also captures London in all its sparkling Christmas glory. Pay a visit to Fulham’s yuletide village Winterland: for those looking for a way to… Read More

REVIEW: Last Christmas

This refreshing festive film is certainly one of the most poignant and touching films to be released near Christmas in recent years. Inspired by George Michael’s famous and beloved Christmas song, Last Christmas is a surprisingly touching and increasingly charming film that really reflects what is going on in today’s society. Emilia Clarke plays Kate… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th November

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s most popular reads for this week including reviews and interviews. Interview with Indra Ové: Emma Clarendon chatted to the actress about her current role in #WeAre Arrested at the Arcola Theatre. Interview with Alex Young: the actress chatted to us about playing Sarah Brown in the Crucible Theatre production of… Read More

Review Round Up: Frozen 2

This hugely anticipated sequel sees Elsa and Anna on a brand new adventure. Here’s what critics have made of it… The Guardian: *** “It’s nice to see these figures again, but I couldn’t help feeling that there is something a bit underpowered and contrived about the storyline in Frozen II: a matter of jeopardy synthetically… Read More

Review Round Up: Last Christmas

Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in this new festive film featuring the music of George Michael. Here’s what critics have had to say about it…. The Guardian: * “There is some heart-in-the-right-place material about Brexit and bigots on the bus, and Last Christmas arguably deserves points for being one of the very few, or perhaps… Read More

REVIEW: 42nd Street

This special cinema release of the recent West End revival of the musical captures even more detail of this spectacular production. Having completed a successful run in the West End and proving to be a real dazzling spectacle, it seems only right that Mark Bramble’s production should be enjoyed once again through cinema screens which… Read More