Another week and another coming of age tale, but this one is set in the UK of 1973 and is fresh, funny and charming.
3D is supposed to enhance a movie, not make it look worse. This sorry remake of the 1981 Ray Harryhausen opus has rotten 3D work.
Emma Thompson returns as the eponymous, magical menopausal Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee, in this decent – but not totally spellbinding – sequel to the 2005 hit.
This classy HBO movie tells the semi-true story of billionaire tobacco heiress Doris Duke (Sarandon) who employs a new butler, gay Irishman Bernard Lafferty (Fiennes).
Making a war film is always a dangerous game, especially when it’s still raging on. Embellish or present the politics inconsistently and entire nations will be angered at their misrepresentation.
One of those priceless arthouse films, The Reader addresses some hugely important and deeply moving issues in a way that is neither arrogantly prescriptive in its moral conclusions nor overly...
SYNOPSIS: Set at the end of the 18th century, The Duchess is the story of the beautiful and glamorous Georgiana Spencer (Knightley), the most fascinating woman of the age.