Abel Ferrara’s 1992 film Bad Lieutenant starring Harvey Keitel was the darkest possible tale of addiction and despair, loss of faith and self-destructive behaviour.
Oh dear, Jerry Bruckheimer isn't having a very good summer is he? The uber-producer's Prince of Persia didn't do the business expected of it a couple of months ago and...
When I was but a wee lad in Australia – back in the dim, dark days of the early 1970s – I would rush home from school to watch Astro Boy.
Honestly, you let one pre-teen girl say “cunt” in a film and the Daily Mail has a field day.
This 1994 romantic comedy has been released in full Blu-ray disc glory. Unfortunately, there are no extras to go with the new release, though the quality (excellent) makes up for that.
In 1959, a group of schoolchildren are asked to draw predictions of what the world will be like in the next 50 years and place them in a time capsule.
Starting out as a pretty poor "hitman with a heart" genre film, Bangkok Dangerous soon descends into a vanity project for its increasingly desperate looking star.