Film Review: Emma

Autumn de Wilde’s refreshing take on this classic story has a quirky charm about it. Witty, quirkily charming and yet faithful to Jane Austen’s original book, this latest adaptation of Emma is certainly playfully fun to watch from start to finish. Emma Woodhouse is smart and beautiful but is also interfering and manipulative – as… Read More

REVIEW: Their Finest

With a strong British cast and spirit, Lone Scherfig’s film doesn’t fail to charm audiences from beginning to end.  Catrin Cole is a Welsh secretary living in 1940’s London until one day she is appointed as a script writer to help write the ‘slop’ (gushy words from a woman’s perspective) for propaganda films and is… Read More

Review Round Up: Their Finest

Bill Nighy and Gemma Arterton star in Lone Scherfig’s film about love set against the backdrop of World War II. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: **** “Arterton brings a rather beautiful kind of restraint to her role.” The Independent: **** “some of the in-jokes begin to grate but the film… Read More