Review Round Up – 20/2/2015

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review roundup

In order to help you decide what to view this weekend, we have rounded up all our reviews for films that are currently in the cinema, so they’re all in one place.

In cinemas this weekend

Project Almanac

Project-AlmanacProject Almanac sees a group of teens discover a time machine and use it to not only fix past mistakes, but become rich and popular as well. They soon find out, that changing the past can lead to some severed consequences.

Read Andrew McArthur’s review of the film.




Cake tells the story of Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston), a woman who is suffering to cope  with chronic pain, and increasing addiction to painkillers. She becomes fascinated with the suicide of one of the women in her chronic pain support group, and forms a close bond with her husband.

Read Jenn Spier’s review of the film.

Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter 

kumikoKumiko, the Treasure Hunter, follows a Japanese woman as she discovers a hidden copy of the film Fargo on VHS, and believes it to be a treasure map, revealing the source of a large case of money.

Read Alice Hubley’s review of the film on our sister-site Cinehouse.


Still in cinemas

Fairytale: Story of The Seven Dwarves

Fairytale Story Of The Seven Dwarves

Fairytale: Story of the Seven Dwarves sees the titular dwarves set out on an adventure to try and save Princess Rose, who has been put into a deep sleep on her eighteenth birthday of all days.


Read Cleaver Patterson’s review of the film.


Fifty Shades of Grey


An adaptation of the incredibly popular E L James novel, Fifty Shades of Grey follows literature student Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and her burgeoning relationship with handsome, yet troubled, billionaire, Christian Grey. As the two get closer, Christian reveals that he has some alternative sexual preferences…

Read Hannah Newton’s review of the film.