Tag: Limelight cinemas

[Film review] Seriously Red

[Film review] Seriously Red

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Red (Krew Boylan) is finding her career as a real-estate agent following a familiar pattern ...
[Film review]<em> See How They Run</em>

[Film review] See How They Run

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. It’s 1953 London, and theatre’s rich and glamorous have come out to celebrate the 100th ...
[Film review] <em>The Railway Children Return</em>

[Film review] The Railway Children Return

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. City children are being evacuated to the countryside as German's bombing of Britain continues into ...
[Film review] <em>Three Thousand Years of Longing</em>

[Film review] Three Thousand Years of Longing

Review by Michele E. Hawkins and John P. Harvey. What an imaginative visual feast can come of a truly original ...
[Film review] <em>Good Luck to You, Leo Grande</em>

[Film review] Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Review by John P. Harvey. We learn at the outset of this quiet movie that Nancy Stokes (Emma Thompson) has ...
[Film review] <em>Where the Crawdads Sing</em>

[Film review] Where the Crawdads Sing

Review by John P. Harvey. In the wild marshlands of 1950s North Carolina, Kya Clark (Daisy Edgar-Jones) had a difficult ...
[Film review] <em>Bullet Train</em>

[Film review] Bullet Train

Review by John P. Harvey. On board with his counsellor’s sage advice for attaining a more satisfying life, Ladybug (Brad ...