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Monthly Archives: November 2011
The film turned this British stage actor into a screen superstar. In his latest role, he plays a toyshop owner who turns out to be a cinematic pioneer. Last week’s chest featured a screen legend who’s the subject of a … Continue reading
Ken Russell was 62 when I interviewed him some 20-odd years ago but people were still calling him an ‘enfant terrible’, a label the director took as a compliment. ‘I quite like being called an enfant terrible,’ he told me. … Continue reading
In coming-of-age movie Diner, five buddies hang out in their favourite eaterie, while wrestling with the problems of growing up. Actor Kevin Bacon was sick on the day of his audition to play Fenwick. But, having decided that his character … Continue reading
This sombre Holocaust drama based on a best-selling French novel finds Kristin Scott Thomas in typically fine form as an investigative journalist exploring French complicity in the notorious Vel d’Hiv roundup of Parisian Jews in July 1942. An American woman married to a … Continue reading
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED! PLEASE CHECK FACEBOOK FOR WINNERS. Here comes the follow-up to How To Train Your Dragon, the Oscar-nominated fantasy adventure from DreamWorks Animation. Out on DVD now, Gift of the Night Fury picks up where we … Continue reading
Horrid Henry, rambunctious young hero of Francesca Simon’s best-selling children’s books and the CITV cartoon series, gets up to his usual mischief on screen in his first feature-film adventure, which sees the homework-hating scamp trying to win both a talent … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video “Love is many things. It’s varied. One thing it is not, and can never be is unsure.” Madea’s Family Reunion (2006) Share this thought for the day on … Continue reading
It’s 1956 and Hollywood’s biggest star is coming to London to make a movie with Britain’s greatest actor. The pair: Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier. The film: The Prince and the Showgirl, a frothy comedy based on Terence Rattigan’s recent … Continue reading
Horror fans will remember Roman Polanski’s 1968 horror classic Rosemary’s Baby in which Mia Farrow unwittingly spawns Satan’s son, Adrian. Well who could forget those terryfying words as she gazes at her newborn? ‘What have you done to him? What … Continue reading
Brad Pitt stars as a mercurial baseball maverick in Moneyball, an enthralling sports drama based on a true story. He’s Billy Beane, the general manager of the hard-up Oakland A’s, and he’s sick of seeing his team of also-rans continually … Continue reading