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Bourne-style teen thriller Abduction sees Twilight hunk Taylor Lautner getting his first solo vehicle – but the wheels come off pretty quickly thanks to a clunky script, cack-handed direction and, sadly, Lautner’s inadequacy as an actor. The film’s far-fetched story … Continue reading
The Expendables Action packed… Sylvester Stallone gathers together an ensemble of big screen action heroes, including Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jet Li, for this action thriller about a team of elite mercenaries tasked with overthrowing a Latin American dictator. … Continue reading
Toy Story 3 Child’s play… Woody and co. find they have a new home in the third instalment of the animated franchise – a local daycare centre, where the children run riot and a strawberry-scented bear isn’t all he seems. … Continue reading
Rising star Carey Mulligan won a well-deserved Bafta and an Oscar nomination for her pitch-perfect performance as the teenage protagonist of sharp, smart, witty coming-of-age drama An Education. Scripted by Nick Hornby from the memoir by journalist Lynn Barber, the … Continue reading
Journalist Lynn Barber, known as Demon Barber for her razor-witted interviews, caused quite a stir when the memoir of her teenage years in early-60s London appeared in Granta magazine in 2003 and revealed her seduction as a 16 year old … Continue reading
Zut alors! Steve Martin plumbs new depths of mirthlessness in this woeful sequel – the latest shot at squeezing box-office cash from the increasingly devalued Pink Panther brand. Martin’s second go at filling Peter Sellers‘ shoes as bungling Inspector Jacques … Continue reading