While it sounds like a slightly bizarre porn movie Hot Fuzz is, of course, the follow-up film from Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, the creative force behind sit-com Spaced and...
After the playfully love-it-or-hate-it nature of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Michel Gondry returns… with another playfully love-it-or-hate-it film.
If this is the truth about love, then one assumes that director John Hay and writer Peter Bloore are very, very single.
Notes On A Scandal is notable for several reasons. First, it’s one of the more adept literary adaptations of recent years.
It’s good week for people who like a little moral with their entertainment. Over in Screen One, you have Blood Diamond, all redemption, violence and political amorality, while in Screen...
May to December romances may not be original movie fodder, but Roger Michell’s delightful Venus manages to sidestep the conventional issues for something deeply poignant, utterly charming and frequently very funny.
Them — or Ils, to give it the original French title — is a curious little thriller. When it goes all out for tension, it delivers by the bucket load.
Blood Diamond is an important film. It’s the sort of film that could easily get bogged down in the worthiness of its nature.
It’s interesting that, with the exception of Saving Private Ryan, it’s been some years since Hollywood threw its weight behind a truly powerful war film.
Already picking up some Oscar buzz — and justifiably so — Babel is a film of BIG issues.