It's fitting that Steven Spielberg's masterpiece Schindler's List is having its 25th anniversary at a time when the world is experiencing a resurgence of Nazism; a time when a corrupt...
Branagh's study of the last years of the Bard of Avon leans towards more fiction than fact, as this so-called historical piece comes up self-serving
Black '47 could be defined as a Western set during the Great Irish Famine. Its dark, gritty tone meshes well with the indictment of British policies of the time
Blood and Glory is a testament to the contrasting perspective of the Anglo-Boer War, but nonetheless a quite enjoyable movie experience
The end of World War II is only the beginning for German Prisoners of War forced to clear up Denmark's land mine problem
Weak biopic of British war-time leader doesn't allow Brian Cox's dazzling performance to truly shine
Rachel Weisz puts us all under a spell in Roger Michell's beguiling adaption of Daphne Du Maurier's haunting novel
Hollywood has always loved a good war. From DW Griffith's 1915 silent Civil War epic The Birth of a Nation through to All Quiet on The Western Front, The Longest...
Pablo Larrain's attempted twist on the biopic is a bold move, but despite its technical prowess Neruda is ultimately awkwardly penned and detrimentally self-indulgent
Gurinder Chadha's foray into history gives us an impactful if slightly cliched final product, and a film that may say as much about our future as it does India's past