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Baz Luhrmann’s much-hyped adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is everything you’d expect: brash, glitzy and bursting with the director’s trademark razzle-dazzle. If Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age classic is the Great American Novel, then this frantically jazzed-up 3D film … Continue reading
Chosen as this year’s Cannes opener, Baz Luhrmann’s new adaptation of The Great Gatsby is days away from its first public airing. So it’s a timely moment for the DVD release of the BBC/Granada TV movie version of F Scott … Continue reading
A fearless, unblinking, full-frontal portrait of a sex addict from actor Michael Fassbender and director Steve McQueen (no relation), who first worked together on the acclaimed 2008 film Hunger about IRA prisoner Bobby Sands. Fassbender plays 30-something New Yorker Brandon, … Continue reading
Oozing attitude and dripping with charisma, Ryan Gosling proved himself a worthy heir to Steve McQueen as the nameless hero at the wheel of this terrific, precision-tooled thriller – my top film of 2011. A laconic tough guy who is … Continue reading
Film review | Shame – Michael Fassbender bares all in McQueen’s searing tale of sex, lies and emotional pain
Following their critically acclaimed 2008 film Hunger about IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, actor Michael Fassbender and director Steve McQueen (no relation) reunite for a project that is almost as controversial – a fearless, unblinking, full-frontal portrait of a sex addict. … Continue reading
Ryan Gosling’s nameless hero in Nicolas Winding Refn’s stylish thriller Drive is a type you’ll have encountered before, in everything from Westerns to films noirs: the laconic tough guy who is calm on the surface, tightly-coiled beneath; the lone wolf … Continue reading
Gnomeo & Juliet Wrong side of the fence… James McAvoy and Emily Blunt voice two garden gnomes in this animated spin on Shakespeare’s classic tale of star-crossed lovers. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player … Continue reading
It was a big love-in on stage at the Odeon Leicester Square last night before the screening of Never Let Me Go, the gala opening of this year’s BFI London Film Festival. First director Mark Romanek welcomed the film’s stars … Continue reading
Oliver Stone’s 1987 movie Wall Street wasn’t a great movie but it was uncannily timely. Appearing in cinemas a mere two months after Black Monday precipitated the decade’s financial crash, it boasted an era-defining performance from Michael Douglas as monstrous … Continue reading
Those of you with an aversion to subtitles will have to wait until 2012 for David Fincher’s Hollywood version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The rest of us can meanwhile enjoy this excellent adaptation of Swedish writer Stieg … Continue reading