Robert Eggers' follow-up to his celebrated debut is nothing less than spellbinding, a claustrophobic and masterfully crafted feature that shines as his definitive magnum opus
Charlie Hunnam excels in this unique exploration of a forgotten time, a foreign land and an unshakable dream
Post-WW1 drama starring Robert Pattinson and Liam Cunningham as two Americans living in France, dealing with the aftermath of the war
And so Pattinson's attempts to break free of Twilight continue. After spending time in early 21st century New York (Remember Me) and an early 20th century circus (Water For Elephants)...
Eric Packer (Pattinson) is a 28-year-old CEO and billionaire who has made his fortune speculating on financial markets.
The Twilight series is a bullet magnet for critical scorn especially from avowed film geeks. How formerly reviled Trekkies must have rejoiced as JJ Abrams made their franchise cool again...
Before seeing Water For Elephants, a friend said they thought it looked very 'Moulin Rouge-esque' from the trailer. If only.
Before going to see Water For Elephants, a friend said they thought it looked very 'Moulin Rouge-esque' from the trailer. If only.