Eddie Izzard

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week review

Eight Days a Week is a compelling time capsule that gives us a glimpse into a moment of history, but reminds us that there is still so much to this story that only four men will ever know

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week review

Eight Days a Week is a compelling time capsule that gives us a glimpse into a moment of history, but reminds us that there is still so much to this story that only four men will ever know

Cars 2 review

Wow. After such a long run of success after success, was the 25-year-old Pixar Studios due for a kicking from the critics? Because the American mob certainly gave Cars 2...

Valkyrie (Blu-ray)

Some day, perhaps years or decades from now, when Tom Cruise’s Oprah antics and Scientology ramblings have faded into distant memory, people will reflect upon his acting legacy and evaluate...

Valkyrie

Some day, perhaps years or decades from now, when Tom Cruise’s Oprah antics and Scientology ramblings have faded into distant memory, people will reflect upon his acting legacy and evaluate...

Igor

The theme for this week's films seems to be 'amiable enough' - assuming, that is, two such films are enough to constitute a pattern? However, there's no getting around it.

The Riches: Season 1 (DVD)

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...

Across The Universe (DVD)

Set to the music and more importantly lyrics of The Beatles, the film unfolds across various platforms and ends up being an over-stylised, overproduced unfulfilling collection of sequences and set-ups.

My Super Ex-Girlfriend

It’s been a while since director Ivan Reitman did his concept comedy thing. He’s the man who virtually created the concept genre with movies such as Ghostbusters and Stripes —...