Review: Free Fire

Ninety minutes of hilarity as a dozen gun traders shoot and maim the hell out of each other. Boston, 1978, two gangs meet in an abandoned warehouse to trade money for firearms. But this trade between America and Ireland goes awry as a fight breaks out and uninvited guests arrive, and what was meant to…

Review: Elysium

District 9 director Neill Blomkamp returns with yet another muddy, high tech vision of a dystopian future, maintaining a vigil on social equalities or lack thereof. It doesn’t quite stand up to District’s brutish reality or metaphor, but it is a decent ride. The film follows Max and Frey, two kids who grew up on…