“That one was special.”- Ammonite (LFF review)

Posted by - October 19, 2020
With her famed days behind her, Mary Anning walks the coastline alone, searching for fossils and shells to sell in her shop to support herself and her ailing mother. When fellow scientist Roderick Murchison visits her and asks to walk out with her, he asks that she do the same for his wife, still grieving

“My Girls Have a Way of Getting Into Mischief” – Little Women (Film Review)

Posted by - December 22, 2019
Louisa May Alcott's 19th-century novel Little Women has been subject to many adaptations over the years and it remains a hugely popular, female-led coming-of-age story for audiences of all ages. Its latest journey to the big screen comes through the pen and the camera of Greta Gerwig, who showed her own aptitude for helming coming-of-age