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Monthly Archives: February 2010
If you could share your office with any of the above beauties, who would it be, and why? Nine to Five is showing on Sky Movies Modern Greats on Saturday 27th February at 6.10pm Working Girl is showing on Film … Continue reading
Mismatched travelling companions Amy Adams and Matthew Goode go on a meandering, mishap-strewn journey across Ireland in new romantic comedy Leap Year. And at every step of the way – from strained set-up to predictable conclusion – you can … Continue reading
At the Cinema | From Paris With Love – John Travolta & Jonathan Rhys Meyers shoot up the French capital
Luc Besson protégé Pierre Morel, maker of District 13 and Taken, has teamed up again with his mentor to make slam-bam action movie From Paris With Love. The filmmakers are French and the story takes place in Paris, but the … Continue reading
French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s distinctive brand of zany and whimsical humour has won him a dedicated following, and fans of Delicatessen and Amélie should adore his new comedy thriller Micmacs. Jeunet’s new movie boasts another cast of oddball characters (like … Continue reading
Robert De Niro steps into Marcello Mastroianni’s shoes in Everybody’s Fine, an Americanised remake of the 1990 Italian movie Stanno tutti bene, Giuseppe Tornatore’s follow-up film after the international success of Cinema Paradiso. In the original, Mastroianni played an elderly … Continue reading
There’s something very familiar about 2009 Oscar nominee The Class. Set in an inner city Parisian school, it’s a documentary-style depiction of an ethnically and culturally diverse class of 15 to 16 year olds over the course of about a … Continue reading
Tim Burton says that his inspiration for the White Queen in Alice in Wonderland comes from UK’s very own Nigella Lawson. You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Giovanni Ribisi has only great things to … Continue reading
Avatar Out of this world… Titanic director James Cameron creates an alien world starring Sigourney Weaver in what could be the most expensive movie ever made – but this time the aliens are the good guys. The Princess and the … Continue reading
What do you make of Banksy? Artist or vandal? A genius with a spray can or an over-hyped sell-out? The creator of witty and subversive art or someone whose work only “looks dazzlingly clever to idiots”? Whatever your view of … Continue reading