Here comes a family-friendly sequel to one of the biggest family-friendly hits of 2006. It's got a bigger playground this time (Washington's Smithsonian Institute) and a bigger cast of familiar...
Guinevere Pettigrew (McDormand) is a governess. Or would be, if anyone would employ her. Or if, when they do, she could hold the job down for more than a few days.
Covering perhaps the worthiest of subject matter of all the current worthy, one-eye-on-the-Oscars films, Doubt is a considerable surprise. First of all, it’s thrilling rather than laboured and serious.
Every other animation studio out there has, at one time or another, taken the piss out of Disney.
The foibles of foreign policy, the power of persuasion and the benefit of hindsight all come under scrutiny in Charlie Wilson's War.
It was only a matter of time before someone came up with the wicked concept behind this new Disney film.