A Monster Calls beautifully combines reality and fantasy to tell an all-too-human story
Inferno is more of the same from the mind of Dan Brown – and that's not a good thing
Fiennes' second turn in the directorial chair here is a vast contrast to his first effort.
Jones plays a beautiful foreign exchange student, an English piano scholar, spending a semester with Pearce's family at their home outside New York, he being a music teacher at her place...
Slight but engaging, Like Crazy overcomes some early problems to produce an effectively lo-fi romantic drama.
Albatross is so called because of the burdens each of its characters carries throughout the film.
One certainly expects visual flair from Julie Taymor. After all, she helmed the record breaking stage show of The Lion King and has currently been shepherding the troubled Broadway production...
Another week and another coming of age tale, but this one is set in the UK of 1973 and is fresh, funny and charming.