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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Meet Esther. She’s polite, intelligent, paints cute pictures, and ticks all the right boxes – or so Kate and John think when they adopt her following the tragic loss of their third child. This being Bad Seed territory you just … Continue reading
Given the ongoing media coverage on the deaths of British soldiers fighting out in Afghanistan, To Hell and Back, is a gentle reminder of the heroism and bravery of those who risk their lives to fight for their country. Released … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings People have been hard on this movie, but I’m not sure it deserves such harsh criticism. This tale of three wealthy women rallying around their friend Mary (Meg Ryan) after she learns that her husband is having an … Continue reading
Given Michael Caine’s recent return to form as vigilante pensioner Harry Brown, an elderly ex-serviceman who gets very grumpy with local yobs just like Clint Eastwood did in Gran Torino, here’s a chance to catch one of Britain’s finest veteran … Continue reading
Better known for such TV dramas as The Lost Prince and Perfect Strangers, Stephen Poliakoff returns to the big screen for the first time in almost two decades with Glorious 39, a Hitchcockian thriller about a political conspiracy to keep … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. To celebrate the release of Stephen Poliakoff’s tense new thriller, Glorious 39, we’re giving you the chance to re-visit some of his best work by giving away 4 Stephen Poliakoff Box Sets on DVD, courtesy … Continue reading
I made a disparaging reference to this movie in one of my posts last year, around the time it came out at the cinema. You’ll see, if you read the post here, that I had a good old rant about … Continue reading
Nativity plays: a joy, perhaps, for the parents of the little treasure up on stage playing Mary or Joseph or Third Sheep, purgatory, probably, for everyone else. How then to sit through a film that revolves around this festive tradition? … Continue reading
Terminator Salvation Robot wars… Christian Bale attempts to save humanity from being wiped out by intelligent machines – and woe betide any cinematographers who get in his way. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video If you know any Americans, then you’ll know that they tend to assume that the rest of the world celebrates Thanksgiving like they do. But … Continue reading