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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Film review | Snow White and the Huntsman – Kristen Stewart sulks while Charlize Theron steals the show
Following hard on the heels of Mirror Mirror, Snow White and the Huntsman couldn’t be more different in its approach to the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Where Mirror Mirror proved to be glossy and tongue in cheek, Snow White … Continue reading
Men in Black III Galaxy defenders… Agent J (Will Smith) sets out to rewrite history and save his partner Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) from a grisly death at the hands of a time-travelling alien in the latest instalment of … Continue reading
To celebrate the UK DVD release of War of the Dead from Momentum Pictures (out from 28 May), we are offering one winner the chance to win an extremely limited edition money can’t buy exclusively designed t-shirt and a copy … Continue reading
This actress won an Oscar for her amazing performance in this movie won. She stars in two films out in cinemas this week… Last week’s mystery chest was donning some sort of chambermaid uniform. Did you guess her identity correctly? … Continue reading
An erotic drama set in a posh brothel in turn-of-the-20th-century Paris, French writer-director Bertrand Bonello’s The House of Tolerance awkwardly straddles art-house and exploitation genres. Focusing on the lives of a dozen young prostitutes during the final months in the … Continue reading
Couch Potato’s Tuesday Teaser: Why was Planet of the Apes an important movie for Helena Bonham Carter?
Despite British actress Helena Bonham Carter‘s unsettlingly believable simian appearance in his 2001 Planet of the Apes remake, director Tim Burton fell in love with her. After the movie wrapped the two became romantically involved, and the couple famously knocked … Continue reading
Watching a fake silent movie doesn’t sound a very promising prospect – until you discover French director Michel Hazanavicius’s The Artist, the most downright entertaining movie to come around in years and a well-deserved runaway winner at the 2012 Oscars. … Continue reading
“Everyone has their own destiny. Not everyone makes the choice to pursue it.” The Lucky One (2012) Former teen idol Zac Efron is all grown up but keeps the boyish charm… Read Movie Talk’s review
Couch Potato’s DVD Pickings: This is What Love In Action Looks Like & it’s a lot like the recent London bus ad ban
The documentary This is What Love In Action Looks Like tells the story of 16-year-old Memphis boy Zach Stark. In 2005, this teenager plucked up the courage to tells his parents that he was gay only to have them send … Continue reading
When it comes to iconic sleuths of popular fiction, Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes rules supreme – witness the success of the BBC’s contemporary take and Guy Ritchie’s buddy movies. It was the same back in the 1930s and 1940s … Continue reading