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Monthly Archives: July 2009
The latest Hollywood remake rolls down the tracks – and with Tony Scott at the wheel you just know The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 is going to be an out of control juggernaut. Released in 1974, the original … Continue reading
Coco Before Chanel, a sumptuous period drama about the early career of legendary fashion designer Coco Chanel, owes a big debt to another recent film about an iconic Frenchwoman who rose to fame in the first half of the 20th … Continue reading
Haunting in Connecticut House of horrors… Based on a true story, this supernatural chiller charts a family’s terrifying encounter with the dark forces lurking in their new home. Marley & Me Canine chaos… Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson play a … Continue reading
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince It’s a kind of magic… Harry and his Hogwarts cohorts have to contend with a new potions teacher, Voldemort’s Death Eaters, and raging hormones in their sixth year at the School of Witchcraft and … Continue reading
Scottish director Bill Douglas was one of the most gifted and original filmmakers British cinema has produced, yet nearly two decades after his tragically premature death at the age of 57 in 1991, his work still does not have the … Continue reading
A local cinema is very important in my opinion.I expect you’re very surprised to hear that statement coming from someone who usually writes on this blog as a lounging vegetable. But, you see, I haven’t always been a couch potato … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video It may be difficult to get an appointment with your GP at the moment, thanks to the growing hysteria over Swine Flu, and you may be inclined to … Continue reading
Julia Roberts and Clive Owen make a classy double act as sneaky partners in love and crime in the romantic caper thriller Duplicity. The duo play former government spies: Owen an agent for MI6 and Roberts for the CIA. Now … Continue reading