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Never known for restraint, Oliver Stone goes even further over the top than usual with Savages, a lurid thriller in which a trio of privileged young American pot growers fall foul of a ferocious Mexican drug cartel. ‘Just because I’m … Continue reading
Albert Nobbs. It’s a dull, ordinary name with just a hint of the risible; and you could easily apply the same terms to the name’s bearer: a shy, unassuming hotel waiter in late-19th-century Dublin. Yet, unimagined by the hotel’s clientele … Continue reading
When this film came out at cinemas, a colleague of mine – having just seen it – made a declaration: ‘Kick-Ass is now one of my favourite films.” Now had this comment been made by a bloke, it would have … Continue reading
“Kick-Arse”. That’s how director Matthew Vaughn, comic-book writer Mark Millar and co all say the title of their movie Kick-Ass on the engaging making-of-the-movie extra features on the film’s Blu-ray and DVD release. The unapologetically Anglo-Saxon pronunciation tells you just … Continue reading
Forcing my way through the post-screening throng after London’s first Kick-Ass preview, I bumped into a journalist friend who was fizzing with excitement over Matthew Vaughn’s new comic-book movie. A few paces more and I came upon two other … Continue reading
We’ve just learned that comic-book heroes Mark Millar and John Romita Jr – the creators of the series on which new superhero movie Kick-Ass is based – will be signing copies of their graphic novel and the movie companion book … Continue reading
The 53rd BFI London Film Festival came to a resounding rock ‘n’ roll close last night with the world premiere of Nowhere Boy, artist-turned-director Sam Taylor-Wood’s impressive biopic about John Lennon’s teenage years. I thought Taylor-Wood looked every inch the … Continue reading