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Monthly Archives: March 2010
The sight of Jackie Chan as an undercover CIA agent in The Spy Next Door has got us thinking about cinema’s unlikely spies. The martial arts legend’s character, Bob Ho, isn’t your typical screen superspy – he’s an agent who … Continue reading
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang Child’s play… This fantasy sequel, set during World War Two, sees the magical nanny arrive on a family farm to help a hectic young mother cope with her three boisterous children and their two … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. To celebrate the release of Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang we’ve teamed up with Universal to give five lucky winners a chance to win a fabulous Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang book and … Continue reading
A Spring treat lies in store if you hurry down to London’s Getty Images Gallery. “Hollywood Through the Lens”, the gallery’s Canon-sponsored exhibition celebrating Hollywood’s 100th anniversary, runs until 28th April. The show is packed with iconic images from the … Continue reading
Out on DVD | The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus – Terry Gilliam’s flights of fantasy keep tragedy-hit film aloft
Famously, Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus was very nearly derailed by the sudden death of Heath Ledger last January. Equally famously, Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell then rallied round to step into Ledger’s shoes and save … Continue reading
I had a reunion with a much-loved pair of flared jeans the other day while having a wardrobe spring clean. They’re not from the 70s – I was a kid then so I’d never fit into those. No, these were … Continue reading
Imagine a heady mix of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Lord of the Flies, with a dash of Maidens in Uniform, and you’ll have some idea of the febrile mood of this sensual boarding school melodrama set in … Continue reading
Roland Emmerich has already threatened Earth with warlike extraterrestrials (Independence Day), a giant mutant lizard (Godzilla) and a global super storm (The Day After Tomorrow), but he raises the stakes even higher with 2012, letting rip with earthquakes, volcanoes and … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings So, you’ve invited friends round for a bottle of vino and a movie. You’ve selected the wine and cooked up some nibbles, but now you have to decide what film to watch. Now, you don’t want something … Continue reading
Old school psychological horror comes to roost from Cabin Fever 2 director Ti West in The House of the Devil. Sophomore student Samantha (Jessica Harper look-a-like Jocelin Donahue) finds her own apartment but needs cash to make the first month’s … Continue reading