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Christopher Nolan brings his epic Batman trilogy to an awesome conclusion with The Dark Knight Rises, giving Christian Bale’s brooding vigilante superhero one last hurrah against the forces of anarchy and chaos that invariably beset Gotham City. Eight years have … Continue reading
Film review | The Dark Knight Rises – Class war comes to Gotham as Nolan sends Batman out with a bang
Christopher Nolan brings his epic Batman trilogy to an awesome conclusion with The Dark Knight Rises, giving Christian Bale’s brooding vigilante superhero one last hurrah against the forces of anarchy and chaos that invariably beset Gotham City. To begin with, … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Who knew Keyser Söze was… The Joker. Thanks to Live for Films for alerting us to this inspired mash-up of The Dark Knight and The Usual Suspects.
Fans of graphic novels have been trying for years to convince me of the medium’s merits. Try as I might, though, I’m afraid I can’t shake off my prejudice that a comic book in the hands of a grown-up is … Continue reading
Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire has just gathered another clutch of awards, picking up a trio of highly coveted RAFAs. What on earth are RAFAs, you ask. Well, not to be confused with Razzies, or, indeed, a Spanish tennis player, these … Continue reading
With record-breaking numbers of bookings already being taken for The Dark Knight’s forthcoming run at the BFI IMAX cinema in London and it’s sister screen at the National Media Museum in Bradford, my son and I felt pretty privileged to … Continue reading
Slumdog Millionaire and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button are the frontrunners in the race for this year’s Bafta awards, whose nominations were announced today. Slumdog, Danny Boyle’s tale of a Mumbai street kid, and Benjamin Button, David Fincher’s eccentric … Continue reading
So, that tiny little star next to Anne Hathaway’s name on the Golden Globes website last week didn’t amount to anything after all. It was good old Kate, for years the bridesmaid at awards ceremonies (losing five times as a … Continue reading
Are you ready for the annual orgy of movie world prize-giving? This year’s awards season kicks off on Sunday 11th January with the Golden Globes – the baubles bestowed by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that often predict the way … Continue reading