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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Love Actually had been scheduled to show on ITV2 tonight but the channel has decided to pull it from the line up and replace it with The 40 Year Old Virgin. Now, despite the fact that Love Actually is one … Continue reading
When Mira Nair’s moving tribute to the resilience of Bombay’s street children was first seen in 1988, it drew comparisons with François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows for its unflinching depiction of a deprived young boy’s struggle against the odds. Twenty-odd … Continue reading
Ridley Scott gives us his typically muscular take on the War on Terror with Body of Lies, a political action thriller starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe as strategically and temperamentally opposed CIA men. DiCaprio’s the agent in the field … Continue reading
Based on a novel by Nobel Prize-winning author José Saramago and directed by Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Meirelles (maker of City of God and The Constant Gardener), Blindness is a chilling parable set in an unnamed city stricken by an epidemic … Continue reading
Showing on Film 4 tonight at 9pm I you visited Movie Talk on Saturday then you’ll already know that I wasn’t happy back in 2006 that tonight’s film won the Best Picture Oscar at the Academy Awards. Now, this is … Continue reading
Neil LaBute’s unnerving thriller Lakeview Terrace fits squarely within the genre dubbed “suburban psycho-neighbour noir” (remember Pacific Heights?). This time the nut next door is Samuel L Jackson’s Abel Turner, an LAPD officer and self-appointed neighbourhood watchman whose niggling harassment … Continue reading
On BBC1 tonight at 11pm You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Now here’s a film that really divides opinion. Two businessmen, both recently jilted by their girlfriends, set out to pay back womankind by … Continue reading
The other day I told a film critic friend of mine that I’d decided to do a post about Brokeback Mountain because it was going to be showing on TV within two days of Crash? (Come back on Monday for … Continue reading
Ridley Scott tackled the War on Terror last year with his muscular action thriller Body of Lies (which gets its DVD release on Monday 30th March). Now another film turns up at the cinema with the aim of getting to … Continue reading