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Monthly Archives: May 2010
LIKE: I love how fabulous Samantha looks for her age. Can you believe that Kim Cattrall is 53? DISLIKE: her many hang-ups about the menopause and dependency on drugs. None of us stay young forever. Get over it. LIKE: that she insists … Continue reading
It’s not often that I want to review a war film, but having been totally blown over by Paul Verhoeven’s brilliant 2006 World War II drama Black Book I couldn’t resist seeing Winter in Wartime as I it comes from … Continue reading
Japanese comic-book and TV series hero Astro Boy gets a CGI reboot in this lively sci-fi comedy adventure. The movie isn’t in the Pixar league, but the energetic action will keep kids diverted while grown-ups will have fun working out … Continue reading
DISLIKE: the fuss Carrie makes about Big’s fondness for his couch. What is wrong with loving your couch? I’m so glad that Sofa Spud and I are in tune over the couch thing. In fact we’re currently counting down to the … Continue reading
Back in 1979, there was a cool but flawed modern-day Australian vampire movie called Thirst, in which a secret society of bloodsuckers were trying to take over the world. Now I always wanted a sequel in which the vampires were … Continue reading
It was a wild and wacky night at the Curzon Soho last night as Birdemic: Shock and Terror got its UK premiere. Cool cocktails, cooler music thanks to DJ’s Reel Music and the film even got a standing ovation. It’s … Continue reading
Do you skip past Bollywood films when you scan current cinema releases? Well, not everyone does, clearly. Epic Indian romance Kites, produced by veteran Bollywood actor and producer Rakesh Roshan, has proved a surprise box office winner in the UK … Continue reading
From Indie horror director Adam Green and Avatar’s Joel Moore comes their creepy, unnerving 2007 psycho-chiller, Spiral. Moore takes on the role of nerdy introvert Mason, an insurance company worker by day and artist by night. His only friend is … Continue reading
Sherlock Holmes Partners in crime… Sleuth Holmes (Robert Downey Jr) and stalwart sidekick Watson (Jude Law) are on the trail of a serial killer who appears to have risen from the dead in Guy Ritchie’s period thriller. If you can … Continue reading
Carey Mulligan did such a good job playing a worldly teenager in An Education that it came as a shock to learn that she’s 25 today. Happy birthday Carey! I’m looking forward to seeing her as Michael (Gordon Gekko) Douglas’s … Continue reading