The last time George Clooney was a lawyer was in the ill-received romantic-comedy from the Coens, Intolerable Cruelty. As in Syriana, Clooney’s eponymous Michael Clayton is another shady character.
Once upon a time, Hollywood Brits were distinguished by their sneers; these days, it’s accents. Bob Hoskins, Hugh Laurie, Michael Caine and now Eddie Izzard have all found pots of...
This 3D presentation of the recent Vertigo tour is an extraordinary experience. Having been impressed by the technology with the recent animation Beowulf, this film elevates it to a whole...
With documentaries enjoying a boom, it's easy to overlook some of the quieter releases in the midst of some of the high profile films coming out.
Some confections just don’t work; think chicken with strawberries or perhaps ask an Italian about pineapple on a pizza.
Often mocked but never bettered, Stallone's John Rambo was the true action man of the 1980s.
In the week where Blu-ray finally saw off HD DVD, the studied retro charm of Gondry's VHS-based comedy seems oddly appropriate.
I really had no idea what to expect from this movie, and with its slow start, and tear-your-eyes out predictable acting of Ben Oxenbould I almost wish I hadn’t come.
The unfortunately named Waz — insert own toilet gag here — was always going to suffer with a title like that.
A film that has had its release delayed for almost three years is hardly the best of starts, but River Queen is an interesting and thought-provoking little film.