From screen to stage: the films we love to see live

From the big screen to an even bigger stage, films have been making their way into our theatres for decades. This said, not all films would be as entertaining when under artificial lighting. The stage adaptation of Blade Runner, for example, would probably be terrible as the action lends itself Continue Reading

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Film Review: Brakes

★★★★☆ Brakes is a bittersweet, raw comedy about love, sex, and relationships, with stellar performances from its large ensemble cast. Brakes starts off seemingly as an emotional drama, tying together nine dysfunctional couples in the process of splitting apart. Split into two distinct halves, the film opens with the brutal Continue Reading

DVD Review: The Tiger

★★★☆☆ Following historical drama The Showdown and gangster picture New World, Hoon-jung Park’s third feature is a suitably epic drama set during the Japanese occupation of Korea in 1925. The Tiger is an often moving fable about fatherhood, nature and respect, yet in never fully committing to its ambitions, doesn’t quite the impact that it Continue Reading