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There’s no denying that Sex, Lies and Videotape is a genius film title. Suggestive, intriguing, catchy – it’s been referenced in popular culture countless times from CSI to The Simpsons, from Dexter to Dawson’s Creek. Nevertheless, this 1989 movie about … Continue reading
Slipping comfortably into Kevin Bacon’s dancing shoes, newcomer Kenny Wormald is the big-city boy who moves to a small town where dancing has been outlawed in this exuberant remake of 1980s teen musical Footloose. Just like his predecessor, Wormald’s Ren … Continue reading
Be worried if you did, because it’s the 2nd Feb today. Yes, Groundhog Day. I woke up to the sound of a hungry cat so I think I’m safe. This is one of my favourite movies of all time. How … Continue reading
Well, it seems that my recent post about the benefits of a local cinema hit a nerve with many of you, judging by your many comments. Clearly, I’m not the only one longing for a picturehouse in close proximity to … Continue reading
The evidence that this is a great film – one of my faves of all time – is that the term Groundhog Day has now slipped into common vocab to describe any repeated scenario. However, the term Groundhog Day actually … Continue reading
50 First Dates, showing on G.O.L.D. tonight at 9pm, stars Adam Sandler as a philandering Hawaii vet who won’t commit himself to anything more than one-night stands with tourists – until he falls for local girl Lucy, played by Drew … Continue reading
Is there anyone out there who hasn’t seen this film? It’s on all the time, or at least it feels that way. For me it’s the Friends of the film world. If I channel hop and land on it, there’s … Continue reading