This latest Disney cartoon is a strange beast indeed. Graphically, it’s one of their best — a CGI creation with real warmth, an utterly charming style and amazing fluidity.
Those angst-ridden, ass-kicking avengers with attitude are back in action, dudes. More than a decade after their last big-screen outing, the Turtles return to do what they do best —...
First things first. Sienna Miller can act. And yes, dear testosterone-producing readers, she does get them out.
Fur, as the second bit of the title states, is An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus. For most viewers that probably screams one thing: pretension alert! And they’d be right.
An 18 certificate in the UK? If there was ever a film to challenge the logic of the British Board of Film Censors, it’s that rating.
From the opening scene, the class of Steven Soderbergh’s The Good German is strikingly obvious. This post WWII tale is shot in glorious black and white, like the classic movies...
Norbit has taken $75m at the US box office. If their President wasn’t reason enough why most US citizens shouldn’t have the vote, that figure is all the extra proof...
A young idealistic teacher arrives at inner city school. Young idealistic teacher meets resistance. Young idealistic teacher gradually brings pupils around. Sniff, cry, roll credits.
At the turn of the 20th Century, Vienna is left agape by the conjuring of illusionist Eisenheim (Edward Norton).