Steven Sheehan

Home » Archives for Steven Sheehan
mm

About Steven Sheehan

Steven is freelance writer specialising in cinema, culture and the arts. Based in London, he writes for a number of online publications and is the resident film critic for CLNews

A Simple Favour Review: Twists and Turns Without the Brains

By | 2018-09-19T10:58:20+00:00 September 19th, 2018|Entertainment|

By Steven Sheehan Bridesmaids, Spy and the recent female Ghostbusters film all have one thing in common: director Paul Feig. You’ll also notice they are all women-led comedies starring some of the biggest female comedians around today. A Simple Favour sees Feig try something a little different. While sticking to a female-centric story he dips [...]

Comments Off on A Simple Favour Review: Twists and Turns Without the Brains

King of Thieves review: Michael Caine gets away with daylight robbery

By | 2018-09-12T09:32:38+00:00 September 12th, 2018|Entertainment|

By Steven Sheehan. Cast your mind back to the Easter Weekend of 2015. If your memory doesn’t let you down you might remember a little heist in London’s Hatton Garden. Precious jewels, cash and other valuable items worth a total of £14 million were stolen by a group of pensioner-aged criminals. While it wasn’t exactly [...]

Comments Off on King of Thieves review: Michael Caine gets away with daylight robbery

American Animals Review: A Stylish Crime Drama about a Heist gone Wrong

By | 2018-09-05T12:25:47+00:00 September 5th, 2018|Entertainment|

By Steven Sheehan. There’s a moment in American Animals that parodies the slick moves of the Ocean’s heist franchises. Dressed in smart suits four boys breeze through a robbery like experienced pro’s before walking out with the loot. Except, it is only a fantasy and a far cry from what really went down at Transylvania [...]

Comments Off on American Animals Review: A Stylish Crime Drama about a Heist gone Wrong