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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Directed by Dominik Moll (Lemming/Harry He’s Here To Help), The Monk is the latest adaptation of the cult classic Gothic novel by Matthew Lewis, which follows the rise and fall of a Capuchin Monk in 17th century Spain. A Dangerous … Continue reading
Well, the answer is… many things probably, but today – 24th April – it’s their birthday that they share (Shirley MacLaine is 78, and Barbra Streisand is 70). Apparently (according to wikipedia), these two actress friends spend their birthday together … Continue reading
David Fincher’s Hollywood version of Stieg Larsson’s bestselling crime thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is dark and twisted, bleak and brutal: everything the book’s fans would want. And it’s not just the story’s mood that he gets right. … Continue reading
Couch Potato’s DVD Pickings: The Last Summer of La Boyita – a coming-of-age movie with a difference.
Puberty is hard – feeling different from everyone else because of uncertainty over bodily changes; uncertainty over whether everyone’s experiencing the same transformations; hiding stuff; keeping secrets. But eventually we all learn, over time, that while everyone’s experiencing a sense … Continue reading
Robert Redford is bringing the Sundance Film Festival to London for the first time, 26-29 April, choosing the O2 Arena to showcase the best in independent film. There’s a heavy smattering of documentaries, along with shorts and panel events. There’s … Continue reading
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL. Jonathan (Channing Tatum) is a young cop who works hard to keep his life on track and provide for his wife (Katie Holmes) and his ailing daughter. But this … Continue reading
“90% of the people in this world are fools and the rest of us are in great danger of contamination.” Hello Dolly (1969) Share this thought for the day on our Movie Talk Facebook page or Movie Talk Twitter stream.
We asked you to tell us your favourite Bruce Willis movie quotes… and you came up so many pithy quips, zippy comebacks and scintillating one-liners that we just had to compile the choicest ones into a chart. So here is … Continue reading
Horror Club, created by Horror Channel, will open its ghoulish doors at The Horse Hospital in central London on Thursday 3 May from 7pm, with a special screening of the riotously gore-soaked Inbred, from British horror director Alex Chandon (Cradle … Continue reading