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Monthly Archives: April 2010
In between starring in heavyweight Hollywood blockbusters like this summer’s Robin Hood and chucking the odd wobbly, Russell Crowe continues to keep his feet on the ground appearing in indie flicks like 2008′s Tenderness, out now on DVD. Based on … Continue reading
The reason I’m smiling as I write this post is because I’ve recently become a big Miley Cyrus fan, and that amuses me immensely. Who would have thought that this would happen to me! I’m not the target pre-teen/teen audience, … Continue reading
Robert Downey Jr squeezes back into billionaire playboy inventor Tony Stark’s incredible suit for Marvel superhero sequel Iron Man 2 – and his charismatic presence gives the movie a bigger boost than his character’s jet-propelled boots. Played by any other … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. Want a chance to get your groove on at the world premiere of new British dance movie StreetDance 3D in London’s Leicester Square on Monday May 10th? Then you’ve come to the right place, because … Continue reading
This is a little gem from 1986 about two elderly sisters living on an island off the coast of New England. Not only was director Lindsay Anderson to be congratulated on making one of his finest films, but also in … Continue reading
One Night in Turin is the story of the England football team’s efforts to win the World Cup in Italy in 1990, when manager Bobby Robson and a side inspired by the flair of Paul ‘Gazza’ Gascoigne made it … Continue reading
Our competition to win a fabulous Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang book and soundtrack has now closed. Thanks to Universal for supplying the prizes and well done to all the entrants who answered correctly that Maggie Gyllenhaal plays the … Continue reading
Out on DVD | The Kreutzer Sonata – Beethoven & Tolstoy drawn into romantic triangle in Beverly Hills
British director Bernard Rose clearly has a thing for those two 19th-century giants of music and literature Beethoven and Tolstoy. He turned out a Beethoven biopic, Immortal Beloved, back in 1994; made a period adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina (starring … Continue reading
Having spent the past six years dealing with all manner of freaks and psychos as Dr Sean McNamara in the dark drama Nip/Tuck, Dylan Walsh is a suitable choice to step into the shoes of The Stepfather, which originally belonged … Continue reading
If you were introduced to this film’s title character at a social event, you’d probably think ‘what a strange and dull young man’. Any attempts to use wit or sarcasm in his presence would fall embarrassingly flat, and it’s also … Continue reading