The Secret Life of Pets is well-made and very watchable – if only the story was sharper and a little more original
This fascinatingly tragic film tells the true story of the Hollywood Blacklist and how it unfairly and unconstitutionally targeted people and ruined lives.
Russell continues his hot run after The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook with this sharp, vigorous and thoroughly enjoyable late '70s caper, again drawing top notch work from his players.
This year's offering from Mr Allen is of a more brittle nature than his more recent works.
The Invention of Lying opens with commentary from Gervais, as if checking the sound system: “Testing; testing; testing” – an entirely appropriate start for this film.
The Invention of Lying opens with commentary from Gervais as if checking the sound system: “Testing; testing; testing,” - an entirely appropriate start for this film. He goes on to...
Following an incident which has left him with concussion, Chicago journalist Cooper (Broderick) is having trouble with his short-term memory. He’s also getting headaches and there’s something else as well...