Articles Posted in the " Tom Holland " Category

  • Locke

    Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy) has a busy night ahead of him. A Welsh building contractor, Ivan is facing the biggest concrete delivery of his career — the biggest, in fact, to ever take place in Europe — and yet he is driving in the opposite direction, instead heading to a hospital in London to see…

  • How I Live Now

    This review was first published on Steven’s website Make it your next stop. Daisy (Saoirse Ronan), real name Elizabeth, is a teenage New Yorker sent to live with her Aunt Penn (Anna Chancellor) in England. She arrives to find a country on the brink of World War III and her aunt called away to…

  • The Impossible

    Although previously dramatised on television and in the first act of Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter, this is really the first feature film to deal fully with the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. But is The Impossible the ultimate disaster movie, or just the ultimate disaster?

  • Arrietty

    Studio Ghibli has done it again. Arrietty, inspired by the Borrowers novels of Mary Norton, is an incomparably beautiful story which effortlessly draws the viewer into a rarified world where a bay leaf makes a decent raincoat and cockroaches are the size of (shiny, aggressive and antennaed) Shetland ponies. Delicate, thoughtful and visually unmatched by almost anything we can think of, this is a very special film indeed.