We have been in a new Golden Age of television for about the past 20 years or so.
Playing at times like an ABC movie of the week albeit with the assured directorial hand of Joseph Ruben (Sleeping with the Enemy) comes Penthouse North.
Machine Gun Preacher is based on the life story of Sam Childers (Butler), a former drug dealer and addict who, following a religious conversion, set up an orphanage in Southern Sudan.
Jones’ 2009 debut feature Moon saw a man struggling to deal with multiple versions of himself on an abandoned space station.
Colter Stevens (Gyllenhaal) wakes up in the body of another man, not knowing who or where he is.
The Hangover was one of my favourite comedies of 2009. Observe and Report was easily my least favourite (the film is, to be honest, utter crap).
When Somewhere won the Golden Lion prize at the 2010 Venice Film Festival there were suggestions that it had been awarded to Sofia Coppola at least partly because she used...
This woeful effort is the bastard offspring of The Hangover. Whereas the hit comedy of last year was inventive, refreshing and consistently hilarious, Due Date is surly, unpleasant and deeply unfunny.
Diane (Monaghan) leads a solitary and carefree life as a trucker, punctuating her driving with nights of hard drinking and one night stands.