Andrew Jones

Cinephile, movie-obsessive, film-stat-nerd and all-round awful taste man, Andrew tries to find the best and worst of the films out there, and usually ends up in the cold, empty middle ground.

The Imitation Game Film Review
The Imitation Game Film Review

The Imitation Game sets out to tell us all the true story of Alan Turing, an exceptional genius whose understanding of machinery and the concept of early computer mechanics led... Read More

The Good Dinosaur Movie Review
The Good Dinosaur Movie Review

After a two year gap Pixar made a triumphant return to cinema screens with the magnificent Inside Out, funny, heartfelt, beautiful, clever, full of everything whilst being a very small... Read More

Paddington Movie Review
Paddington Movie Review

There's a high chance that any English person you come in contact with had a Paddington Bear when they were a child, were read stories on his adventures whilst being... Read More

Interstellar Movie Review
Interstellar Movie Review

Christopher Nolan has been released from his Batman contract, done and dusted with the franchise, and given the key to the city of cinema. His first step out of the... Read More

Robot Overlords Director Jon Wright - London Film Festival Interview
Robot Overlords Director Jon Wright - London Film Festival Interview

As Robot Overlords prepped for its world premiere at the London Film Festival last weekend we sat down with director/co-writer Jon Wright to talk about the film, and the state... Read More

Director Jon Wright Interview - Grabbers Sequel?
Director Jon Wright Interview - Grabbers Sequel?

As Jon Wright's latest film Robot Overlords premieres at the London Film Festival we at Buz sat down with the director to discuss plenty of subjects,  but first and foremost... Read More

Robot Overlords LFF Review
Robot Overlords LFF Review

Robot Overlords is a sci-fi action thriller set in a seaside town in Britain years after an alien robot invasion that has left humanity overruled and incarcerated in their own... Read More

Whiplash Movie Review
Whiplash Movie Review

It's been a few years since Miles Teller made his first impression on the world with his brilliant performance as a young man dealing with immense guilt in Project X,... Read More

Birdman Movie Review
Birdman Movie Review

Michael Keaton is a washed up actor most known for his portrayal of a superhero in the late 80s and early 90s, now trying to do some proper acting to... Read More

Love Is Strange LFF Review
Love Is Strange LFF Review

Ira Sachs' Keep The Lights On was one of those moments in modern indie cinema that made jaws drop, an incredibly told story of love, addiction and the pains of... Read More

Serena LFF Review
Serena LFF Review

Susanne Bier may not be the selling point of the long-awaited, much seemingly-delayed feature Serena, but it feels much more like a Bier film than the previous works of co-leads... Read More

Wild London Film Festival Review
Wild London Film Festival Review

Reese Witherspoon goes delving into the Mojave desert, the Oregon farmland and many glorious locations with only her hefty backpack and a lifetime of regrets, sadness and contemplation about those... Read More

Rosewater LFF Review
Rosewater LFF Review

It's not a complete surprise that a man like Jon Stewart, who lives his life surrounded by the evils of the world, the hypocrisies and the injustices, would take his... Read More

Men, Women And Children Movie Review
Men, Women And Children Movie Review

Jason Reitman's sixth feature opens with a recreation of Voyager moving across the universe, around planets, looking out and back to the tiniest element of the universe, our planet, as... Read More

Camp X-Ray London Film Festival Review
Camp X-Ray London Film Festival Review

Camp X-Ray is a peculiar beast of a movie, starting off with a 2002 news report on post-9/11 events as a man is taken from his room mid-prayer before we... Read More

'71 Movie Review
'71 Movie Review

'71 looks at a young private from Leeds who is sent to Belfast as the battle between Catholics and Protestants reaches a sort-of apex, and amidst a small street skirmish,... Read More

Jim Jarmusch Blu Ray Boxset Review
Jim Jarmusch Blu Ray Boxset Review

Jim Jarmusch's work is one heck of a bizarre catalogue, you can feel his work through its specifically relaxed pacing but beyond that his films leap from concept and genre... Read More

Gone Girl Movie Review
Gone Girl Movie Review

Fincher's a fascinating director, he can run hot and cold quite easily. Zodiac is an inspired piece of work, a masterpiece, but then he made Benjamin Button which, technical qualities... Read More

Disney's Big Hero 6 - An Early Footage Reaction
Disney's Big Hero 6 - An Early Footage Reaction

This morning we at Buz were among the lucky gang to round up in London’s glitzy Soho to spend a few hours in a screening room, filled with Sushi, in... Read More

Breaking Bad - Win A Trip To Albuquerque
Breaking Bad - Win A Trip To Albuquerque

Breaking Bad may be over, but it's not done yet, it lives on with the fans and Sony are getting behind that love this year as on Sunday it is... Read More

London Film Festival 2014 - What To See?
London Film Festival 2014 - What To See?

Another festival season is upon us, and coming soon is the London Film Festival, which prides itself as a real public festival, one that does earnestly open its doors to... Read More

They Came Together Movie Review
They Came Together Movie Review

David Wain, perhaps best known as the director of films like Role Models and Wanderlust returns to a style of genre comedy that made Wet Hot American Summer a huge... Read More

Obvious Child Movie Review
Obvious Child Movie Review

Donna is a stand-up comedian working the back room of a bar in Brooklyn for no money during nights, whilst living off the limited wages of working at an indie... Read More

Night Moves Movie Review
Night Moves Movie Review

Night Moves is a strange beast, an environmental thriller ala The East yet a quiet communal drama in the vein of Kelly Reichardt's other works, Old Joy and Meek's Cutoff... Read More