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Monthly Archives: June 2012
This Means War gleefully stirs together the spy caper and rom-com genres, and with Charlie’s Angel director McG at the helm the resulting mash-up is everything you’d expect: brash, loud and spectacularly dumb. The film opens in spy mode with … Continue reading
‘I’m not in control’ are the first words we hear from the not-so lovely Molly (who resembles a wasted crack whore), in the new horror from director Eduardo Sánchez, best known for that Blair Witch phenomenon a decade ago. So … Continue reading
Award-winning filmmaker Andrew Stanton breathes life into the classic science fiction action-adventure John Carter that is set on the mysterious and exotic planet of Barsoom (Mars) for its first ever film adaptation. Read Movie Talk’s review of John Carter. The … Continue reading
Friends with Kids reunites Bridesmaids cast members Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jon Hamm and Chris O’Dowd for another way-we-live-now ensemble comedy and there’s a similar mix of hilarity and insight on offer, though with less of the earlier film’s raunchiness … Continue reading
The driving force behind hoodie melodramas Kidulthood and Adulthood, girl-power caper flick 18.104.22.168. and sports drama Fast Girls, Noel Clarke now turns his hand to the sci-fi thriller genre as co-writer, producer and star of Storage 24. A military cargo … Continue reading
Lurid and nasty, William Friedkin’s pulp noir thriller Killer Joe is compelling and repellent in equal doses. It isn’t easy to watch, but it’s hard to look away. The cast is unquestionably mesmerising, with Matthew McConaughey scarily intense as the … Continue reading
Film review | Joyful Noise – Sweetness and Slight: Queen Latifah & Dolly Parton trade songs and insults
Larger than life and twice as loud, Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton trade snappy one-liners and spirited musical numbers in Joyful Noise, an enjoyably corny musical comedy about a gospel choir seeking to uplift a depressed Southern town. Latifah’s Vi … Continue reading
They say a good woman brings out the best in a man, but in hilarious action-comedy This Means War, directed by McG, two fearless spies hold nothing back as they battle it out to win the heart of the same … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | Luis Buñuel’s surreal tour de force, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, gets a 40th anniversary release
When it comes to highlighting the peculiarities of the British bourgeois, Grayson Perry, the Turner Prize-winning artist, has come up trumps with his Vanity of Small Differences exhibition currently on show in London. Inspired by Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress, these … Continue reading
If that clue’s got you tapping your foot, you’ll be pleased to know that this mystery star will also be belting out the tunes in a new musical movie – out in cinemas this week. And her co-star provided the … Continue reading