Oh dear, what went wrong here? As turgid as romantic comedies can be as a genre this is a real low point, wasting a great cast and decent central concept...
The heist movie is a classic mainstay of British cinema, with its love of the underdog and the ability to make even the most violent cockney criminals seem wry and endearing.
And the winners are ...By Neil DaveyAnd so, with all the inevitability of Arsene Wenger over-reacting, the Oscars have come and gone for another year.
Certain comedies improve with age and are always worth reconsidering, while some were never any good to begin with.
Once upon a time, tales of princes, pirates, witches and unicorns used to captivate us. Sadly, those days departed with our childhood; however, thanks to Stardust, you too can recapture...
There was a time when the name David Cronenberg was synonymous with low-budget Canadian horror schlock that resorted to hiring an ex porn actress for marquee value.
Focussing on the early years of the famous British director, the list of titles in this collection will be surprisingly unfamiliar to some.
Scarlett Johansson is a bona fide A-List star with many critics falling over themselves to lavish praise on her performances.
Death At A Funeral is a strange little farce. There are some great comic highs — mostly courtesy of Tudyk as an unwitting tester of a strong hallucinogen — and...