The Moo Man – Review – movieScope

Dairy farming documentary The Moo Man is unexpectedly mo(o)ving, says Kat McLaughlin

Don Jon – Review – movieScope

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut Don Jon is “a refreshing and smart alternative to the usual Hollywood romantic comedy which boasts some superb performances from a choice cast,” says Kat McLaughlin

Review – Stoker – movieScope

Park Chan-wook’s English language debut Stoker is ‘a film that seduces and ravishes’, says Nikki Baughan

Oldboy (2013) – Review – movieScope

‘Spike Lee’s Oldboy simply pales in comparison to the original making it quite disappointing viewing,’ says Kat McLaughlin

Hummingbird – Review – movieScope

Hummingbird’s ‘raging gender stereotypes prove impossible to ignore’, says Nikki Baughan

Fox greenlights The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel sequel – |

A sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, the 2011 film directed by John Madden and written by Ol Parker, is set to go into production at Fox Searchlight Studios.

Frances Ha – Review – movieScope

Noah Baumbach’s Frances Ha has ‘an independent spirit that runs through the film to the very last frame,’ says Helen Cox

Blog Reviews

What Maisie Knew – Review – movieScope

What Maisie Knew is ‘one of the year’s most heartbreaking, compelling films’ and ‘an absolute must-see,’ says Nikki Baughan

How To Survive a Plague – Review – movieScope

David France’s documentary How To Survive a Plague is ‘shocking, essential viewing,’ says Josh Winning

IFP Announces Gotham Independent Film Award Nominees – movieScope

12 Years a Slave received three nominations as the IFP announced it’s line-up for the 23rd Gotham Independent Film Awards. Blue Caprice, Concussion, Fr