In a relatively calm episode, Hannibal turns its attention to narrative growth, and whilst it may be less flashy, it does show that this series is building.
With the central relationship growing, new characters emerging, and a horrific killer on the loose, Amuse Bouche is a strong follow up to the series opener.
A dark and grisly opening to what could be a brilliantly acted and stylishly memorable series discovering the history of one of cinema’s greatest killers.
Due to its grating cast and emotionally numb melodrama, Bringing Up Bobby is a troubled and ineffective film, unlikely to be loved or remembered.
With a grueling central performance and a difficult subject matter, Our Children is not to be underestimated, but nonetheless deserves attention.
In what could easily be a stuffy affair, A Late Quartet manages instead to leave a lasting and emotional impression, thanks hugely to its wonderfully played cast.
Despite the enjoyable efforts of its cast, The Heist is a film stunted by its own unimaginative narrative, resulting in a forgettable experience.
Good Vibrations offers a superbly likeable and enjoyable story of the determination of one man to bring punk music to the masses in war torn 1970s Belfast.
Thanks to its authentic direction and enjoyable characters, Gimme The Loot is a surprisingly fun low budget debut showing the joys of inner city living.