Posts by Phil W Bayles

The Trust

By Phil W Bayles

Elijah Wood and Nicolas Cage play a pair of crooked Las Vegas cops in this breezy heist caper.

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Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art

By Phil W Bayles

A mildly fascinating look at the Land Art movement that emerged in the US during the ’60s and ’70s.

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The Divide

By Phil W Bayles

This insightful doc attempts to humanise the inequality debate, with intriguing results.

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The Jungle Book is the melancholy coda to Jon Favreau’s Chef

By Phil W Bayles

The director’s recent collaboration with Disney provides a bittersweet tang to his story of a talented cook.

Boulevard

By Phil W Bayles

Robin Williams’ dour acting swansong is an underpowered drama of suppressed sexual frustration.

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Five films to see at the 2016 Kinoteka Film Festival

By Phil W Bayles

Three titans of Polish cinema receive retrospective strands at this year’s celebration of Polish cinema old and new.

3D can still be the saviour of cinema

By Phil W Bayles

Audiences have started losing interest, but the technology still has the potential to reshape the artform as we know it.

Watch the new trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

By Phil W Bayles

Take a peek at Gareth “Godzilla“ Edwards’ take on the first large-scale Star Wars spin-off movie.

Eight great POV shots in the movies

By Phil W Bayles

Shoot ’em up frenzy Hardcore Henry got us thinking about other memorable uses of first-person perspective.

Could a Speedy Gonzales movie be the antidote to Donald Trump’s America?

By Phil W Bayles

The beloved Looney Toon is set to make his big screen bow courtesy of Warner Bros.

Everything we know about Blade Runner 2049

By Phil W Bayles

Check in with the continuing adventures of Rick Deckard and his cursed Replicant ilk.

Sofia Coppola is the perfect director to remake The Beguiled

By Phil W Bayles

Elle Fanning and Kirsten Dunst are set to return for the director’s update of the 1971 Clint Eastwood thriller.

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