When it’s good, The Jungle Book is very, very good but when it’s bad – which is about 70% of the time – it’s jaw-droppingly awful
When it’s good, The Jungle Book is very, very good but when it’s bad – which is about 70% of the time – it’s jaw-droppingly awful.
Cinema's elder statesmen all seem to be teaming up for films, and actually most of them work rather well.
This is a standard crime tale with a difference. In seeking to cheekily subvert the tired cliches, writer-director McDonagh cleverly envelops the silly narrative with a kind of sardonic commentary...
This is very much an actors piece for middle-aged, middle brow audiences. It's not one for the younger crowd but don't be put off by that. All four leads are superb.
Abe (Gelber) is a overweight, thirty something, college dropout still living at home with his parents (Walken and Farrow) in a state of arrested adolescence.
Frank White may not be up there alongside Michael Corleone or Tony Montana as the most notable of onscreen crimelords, but the protagonist of Abel Ferrara’s crime masterpiece probably deserves...
Although 2007 was not a strong year for movies, comedy seemed to fare worst of all.
Man of the Year regales us with the tale of Tom Dobbs (Williams), a political comic talk-show host akin to Jon Stewart, who decides to run for president in reaction...
Although 2007 overall has been a strong year for movies, comedy has not fared all that well.