My Father’s Dragon is another touching reminder from Cartoon Saloon of the enduring power of 2D animation to tell timeless stories.
Browsing: Film Festivals
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is a dark masterpiece that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages. A new stop motion triumph.
Netflix’s Matilda musical adaptation lacks the magic of Roald Dahl’s original story but isn’t without its few charms.
Women Talking is a gripping piece of cinema that will leave your heart aching like no other film this year. An acting masterclass.
Wendell & Wild is one of Henry Selick’s most imaginative works to date that showcases the endless potential of stop motion animation.
The Wonder is a cautionary period tale that won’t be easy to forget thanks to yet another powerhouse performance from Florence Pugh.
Devotion is one of the most visually stunning war films that also boasts powerful heart thanks to Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell.
Causeway sees Jennifer Lawrence pull off a new career best performance in the most challenging dramatic role she’s faced so far.
My Policeman is a shallow example of queer representation that deserved much more nuance and far better acting. Sorry Harry Styles.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a far more absurd whodunit that will keep you guessing and laughing from beginning to end.