Review: T2 – Trainspotting

More of a nostalgic love letter to an industry shaking movie of the 90s than anything powerful in its own right. Mark Renton, clean of drugs for twenty years, returns to Scotland in a bid to reconnect with his old friends and unsurprisingly finds them all as awkward and deprived as they had always been….

Double Review: 21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street (2012) Comedy is always a tough sell for me, I don’t go in for them because my sense of humour is very particular. 21 Jump Street was very middle of the road. Two opposing students from High School, a nerd and a jock, both sign up to the Police force together only…

Review: Spring Breakers

2012’s Spring Breakers is hard to review as a Brit who has no concept of what Spring Break can really be like. It is a beautifully shot but grim film. Four college girls want to go on Spring Break to escape their repetitive normal lives, but haven’t the money to pay for it. Three of…

Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

Martin Scorsese’s three hour epic dive into the corrupted, misogynistic and power hungry world of one Jordan Belfort’s career as a wealthy stockbroker. Jordan Belfort started out with a incurable lust for money, so it was only fitting he should seek a job at Wall Street’s stock market. Only a few days into his time…