Tag: Palace cinemas

[Film review] Babylon

[Film review] Babylon

Review by John P. Harvey. In Babylon, we follow the fortunes of three protagonists, each with special talents and special ...
[Film review] Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre

[Film review] Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre

Review by John P. Harvey. When British Intelligence learns that infamous high-stakes international arms dealer Greg Simmonds (Hugh Grant) is ...
[Film review] I Wanna Dance With Somebody

[Film review] I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Review by John P. Harvey. When legendary recording mogul Clive Davis first heard Whitney Houston sing, he spontaneously commented to ...
[Film review] The Fabelmans

[Film review] The Fabelmans

Review by John P. Harvey. In the early 1960s, the young Sam Fabelman (Mateo Zoryan) discovers the ability of cinema ...
[Film review] Marcel: The Shell With Shoes On

[Film review] Marcel: The Shell With Shoes On

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Marcel (Jenny Slate), a young shell, lives with his grandmother, Connie (Isabella Rossellini), in a ...
[Film review] A Man Called Otto

[Film review] A Man Called Otto

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Otto Anderson (Tom Hanks) is angry — as angry with the kind, the thoughtful, and ...
[Film review] Blueback

[Film review] Blueback

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Marine biologist Abby (Mia Wasikowska) surfaces from her dive with a specimen of depressingly bleached ...
[Film review] The Lost King

[Film review] The Lost King

Review by John P. Harvey. Philippa Langley (Sally Hawkins) has experienced enough presumptive discrimination in her life to recognise in ...
[Film review] Avatar: The Way of Water

[Film review] Avatar: The Way of Water

Review by John P. Harvey. A decade after the events of Avatar, Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoë Saldana) have ...
[Film review] Ennio: The Maestro

[Film review] Ennio: The Maestro

Review by John P. Harvey. Quick question: what does Zeffirelli’s Hamlet share with The Untouchables and The Good, the Bad, ...