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Monthly Archives: July 2011
“Democracy can be a wickedly unfair thing. Nobody poor was ever called democratic for marrying somebody rich.” Sabrina (1954) Shrewd and beautiful – a killer combination. Did you like this thought for the day? Share it on our Movie Talk … Continue reading
For dedicated fans of the original Planet of the Apes films, the idea of rebooting the series, especially after Tim Burton’s disappointing attempt, was always going to be met with suspicion. Being a lifelong fan myself, and now having seen … Continue reading
Our friends over at Disney Junior are asking people to share their first Disney memory on Disney Junior’s Facebook page . When they’ve collected a million memories, they will donate £1 million to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, so … Continue reading
The latest flight of fantasy from Japanese animation masters Studio Ghibli, Arrietty is an enchanting tale inspired by Mary Norton’s classic 1950s Borrowers novels about a family of miniature people who live under the floorboards and survive by ‘borrowing’ what … Continue reading
Kevin James, TV sitcom lead, Adam Sandler sidekick and star of the unaccountably popular Paul Blart: Mall Cop, shares the screen with a bunch of talking animals in puerile family comedy Zookeeper. He plays Griffin Keyes, a lovelorn keeper at … Continue reading
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Dazzling dénouement… The blockbusting fantasy franchise comes to an end as Harry has a final face-off with his nemesis, Lord Voldemort, as the forces of good at Hogwarts battle against the sinister … Continue reading
We’ve had a great response to our competition asking you to tell us your favourite film noir and why. Thanks to everyone who entered – it looks like Double Indemnity, starring Barbara Stanwyck, was a real stand-out amongst you classic … Continue reading
Film review | Captain America: The First Avenger – Marvel’s red-white-and-blue hero socks it to the Nazis
A special serum turns a 90lb weakling into a brawny hunk in this pumped-up action movie featuring Marvel Comics’s red-white-and-blue superhero Captain America. Chris Evans’s Steve Rogers is a plucky but puny youngster from Brooklyn who’s desperate to enlist in … Continue reading
You know, Robert Rodriguez has a lot to answer for. His Grindhouse films Planet Terror and Machete have inspired a new generation of independent film-makers wanting to turn their own twisted ideas into full-fledged features. Take Canadian director Jason Eisener … Continue reading