Triangle of Sadness

  Harris Dickinson makes light in Triangle of Sadness. Courtesy Sharmill Films M, 147 minutes 5 Stars   Review by © Jane Freebury If the big name fashion brands feel needled by the way their advertising is sent up in the opening scenes of this black comedy, it’s likely they will be good sports about… Continue reading Triangle of Sadness

See How They Run

M, 98 minutes 3 Stars Review by © Jane Freebury   Riffing on Agatha Christie’s work, it has a focus on its a pair of unlikely young coppers rather than the potential victims, and manages a life of its own   Even if the phenomenal success that The Mousetrap has enjoyed is a mystery to… Continue reading See How They Run

Where the Crawdads Sing

M, 125 minutes 2 Stars   Review by © Jane Freebury The fanfare launching this movie about a fiercely independent young woman living in the swamp wilderness who becomes a naturalist and author, hardly seems necessary. If best-seller lists are anything to go by, an audience already exists. Ready-made and keen to see the screen… Continue reading Where the Crawdads Sing