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Silence was golden again at the Oscars this year, with The Artist, already hotly tipped, tap-dancing off with the three big awards of the night: Best Film, Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin. Dujardin made … Continue reading
Here they are – the 10 most romantic movies of all time! At least, that’s the verdict of our writers, who came up with 50 of cinema’s top romances. All this week we’ve been counting down the chart and we’ve … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Regardless of how you might take Kate Winslet’s risqué tips on bagging that Academy Award, there are some simple rules to securing an Oscar. Let’s look at the … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings Whenever I see that a screen adaptation of E Nesbit’s Railway Children is showing on TV (and let’s face it, today’s film and the 2000 TV remake are on a lot), I just can’t resist screaming out … 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
I purchased a cocktail-making masterclass for my partner’s birthday present this year. What a treat! Unfortunately, however, said class ended up being hogged by a giggling hen party with little interest in the chemistry of cocktail-making, but much interest in … Continue reading
Welcome to the guilty pleasure-dome here on Movie Talk where I’m going to be waxing lyrical from time to time on some of those movies that you love but perceived wisdom says you shouldn’t. Critics hate them, but punters love … Continue reading