With choice quotes from City A.M.’s film critics
GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Anderson’s world is so lovingly crafted that checking into the Grand Budapest hotel is nothing short of a joy.
UNDER THE SKIN
Scarlett Johansson has few lines, and barely wavers from a vacant stare into nothing, but it is a transfixing, landmark performance.
WOLF OF WALL STREET
It’s a slick, impeccably paced, brilliantly acted drama, and Scorsese’s best work in years.
Boyhood is a domestic epic that’s about nothing more or less than life itself and the moments that make us.
Chef is a molten chocolate lava cake of a movie: soft centred, comforting and entirely satisfying.
It’s a film that’s more thriller than horror, but disturbs us nonetheless by holding a mirror to our own salacious appetites
It embraces the man in all his strange ambiguity, and therein lies its richness.