Victoria Morris

Victoria has written 9 articles for Nouse

Red State

If you can get past its disjointed nature and slow pace, the story and the performances make Red State a captivating film

Smoking – Certificate 18

New research has suggested that films featuring cigarettes are unsuitable for teenagers. Vicky Morris asks whether such proposals are worth listening to

Friends With Benefits

Friends with Benefits has come to our screens not long after the No Strings Attached, concerning itself with the same subject and in actual fact seeming to follow an almost identical plot

Unlawful Killing: The Film the British Won’t Get To See

Aside from the speculation surrounding the films in the running to win the Palme d’Or, a documentary from British film maker Keith Allen, entitled Unlawful Killing has certainly ruffled a few feathers


Trying to incorporate 50 years of comic book history into a two hour film is no mean feat, even for Kenneth Branagh, who no doubt had a difficult task on his hands with Thor in attempting to please a long-standing fan-base whilst putting his own stamp on the character

Sucker Punch

Sucker Punch is director Zack Snyder’s (300, Watchmen) first original screenplay, and it certainly tells us a lot about him. He is clearly a visionary in the world of action movies, but sadly, he is not the greatest storyteller

The Lincoln Lawyer

The film is based on Michael Connelly’s novel of the same name, and sets up a typically intriguing moral and legal conundrum, letting the audience and the cast loose to solve it. Matthew McConaughey portrays an arrogantly confident defence lawyer who does business from his car, forming a strong connection with those he represents

Hall Pass

It has more of a hopelessly romantic feel than the usual in-your-face gross-out comedy that the Farrelly brothers provide, but Hall Pass contains very few surprises

Knight and Day

So, I confess, I am a Tom Cruise addict, and despite the wealth of criticism he receives, and despite his fall from box office grace, I still eagerly anticipate his films. So for me, Knight and Day was no exception, and it was an enjoyable, light-hearted popcorn film