There’s a serial killer on the loose and David ‘Se7en’ Fincher is in the director’s chair.
Somewhere inside Magicians, Mitchell & Webb’s big screen debut, is a great 10-minute sketch. The intention seems to be The Prestige — only with more laughs.
‘Shaftesbury Avenue, which is usually bustling, was really quite strange,’ she admits. ‘But Canary Wharf was beautiful.’ For Mackintosh, 12, one of the main surprises was the state of the streets.
Already respected round these parts for being one of the more intelligent movie franchises, there’s a fair amount of pressure on this third (possibly final) part of the X-Men series.
Originally slated for a straight-to-DVD release, Stevan Riley’s excellent documentary Blue Blood gets a welcome cinematic release.
An interesting companion piece to Daniel Auteuil’s last fluffy comedy The Closet, Patrice Leconte’s charming and agreeably silly film gives this great, crumple-faced actor the chance to show his comedic abilities.
Every so often, a sequel comes along that is better than the original. Yes, I know, it's a rare event, but it does happen — just look at The Godfather...
Based on Eric Schlosser’s best-selling exposé of the fast food industry, Fast Food Nation is a fictional interpretation of the dodgy practices behind that multi-billion-dollar business.
Angus, thongs and full-frontal snoggingDo you want to be the next Keira Knightly or Parminder Nagra? Well, if you want to be Keira, then just stop eating.
The exquisite Bridge to Terabithia is a surprising film for many reasons. It features two juvenile leads who are bearable.