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Monthly Archives: June 2009
OK, gangster movie fans, here’s a question for you. Which is the better Mafia movie, Once Upon a Time in America, or The Godfather? Once Upon a Time in America is showing on Film4 tonight at 11.15pm.
Set in 1950s Connecticut and New York, Sam Mendes’s classy period drama Revolutionary Road inhabits the world depicted so brilliantly by Mad Men, a world where middle-class men in grey-flannel suits troop off to meaningless jobs in the city while … Continue reading
Oh look, they’ve wheeled out this tale of on court courting between Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany. That means it must be tennis season again. Wimbledon is showing on ITV1 tonight at 10.35pm
I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer is a great title, writes our special sports correspondent Jim Fone, but unfortunately it’s also the funniest thing about this Australian cricketing horror comedy. That’s right, a cricketing horror comedy, a … Continue reading
Yesterday, two of my friends tied the knot and held a good old knees-up to mark the occasion. That’s the best sort of celebration in my opinion – simple, yet romantic. Simplicity, however, is not a characteristic of movie marriages, … Continue reading
I don’t like action movies for three key reasons: 1. They glamourize violence. 2. They don’t stimulate thought or imagination. 3. They threaten the future of the screenwriter by relying on fast-paced spectacle at the expense of narrative. Hmm, controversial … Continue reading
We’ve had our fair share of death in the world of celebrity in the last 24 hours. First Farrah Fawcett, who died of cancer yesterday morning, swiftly followed (and overshadowed) by the sudden death of Michael Jackson. Jordan is however … Continue reading
And so the King of Pop has left the building for good. We here at Movie Talk would like to pay our filmic tribute to Michael Jackson with this recap of his quirky movie career, which allowed him to brush … Continue reading
At the Cinema | Sunshine Cleaning – Amy Adams & Emily Blunt scrub up beautifully in quirky comedy drama
Bidding to repeat the success of Little Miss Sunshine, quirky comedy drama Sunshine Cleaning sticks closely to the formula that made its predecessor a breakout indie hit and a surprise double-Oscar winner at the 2007 Academy Awards. It shares the … Continue reading
The Best view | Rudo y Cursi – Star players Diego Luna & Gael García Bernal team up for comic tale of soccer-playing siblings
Like Sunshine Cleaning, also released today, Rudo y Cursi is a story of squabbling siblings – and another film seeking to repeat the success of an earlier surprise hit. Back at the start of the decade, in the sexy, bittersweet … Continue reading