Film reviews and more

Day: 9 July 2014

Film Review: ‘Cycling with Molière’

★★☆☆☆ Jean­-Baptiste Poquelin – or Molière to use his nom de plume – created comedy out of farce and underlaid a fierce anger that railed against the church and moral hypocrisy. In Philippe Le Guay’s Cycling […]

Film Review: ‘Boyhood’

★★★★★ The passage of time and the examination of characters across decades is clearly something that interests director Richard Linklater. After meeting the characters of Céline and Jesse (Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke) in his romantic […]

Film Review: ‘Bastards’

★★★☆☆ Every year, thousands of newborns are abandoned in Morocco alone. Many of these instances occur as a result of the stigma attached to illegitimate children in Muslim countries – the product, as they are, of […]