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Oz the Great and Powerful Not in Kansas anymore… Sam Raimi takes James Franco on a trip along the Yellow Brick Road in this prequel to 1939’s classic fantasy adventure The Wizard of Oz, exploring the origins of the eponymous … Continue reading
THE BOURNE LEGACY on Blu-ray™ with UltraViolet™, DVD and Digital Download is out now. Immerse yourself completely in the latest installment of the adrenaline-fueled Bourne franchise with THE BOURNE LEGACY. Tony Gilroy, writer of the previous Bourne films, takes the … Continue reading
DVD review | The Bourne Legacy – New agent Jeremy hits the ground running, but does he have Matt’s legs?
Jeremy Renner hits the ground running as the new hero of the Bourne spy thriller series in The Bourne Legacy, playing a genetically enhanced black ops agent who’s every bit as resilient and resourceful as the character embodied by Matt … Continue reading
Total Recall Identity crisis… Colin Farrell thinks he’s Arnold Schwarzenegger in this remake of the 1990 sci-fi thriller about a man with muddled memories. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need … Continue reading
Tom Cruise’s super spy Ethan Hunt pulls off his trademark feats of acrobatic insanity with breathtaking panache in his latest adventure, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, but whereas previous outings have seen him hogging most of the action this time … Continue reading
Geeky fanboys will be in heaven. After their recent solo outings, Marvel comic-book heroes Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor and Captain America finally get to do cool things as a team in Avengers Assemble. Pulled together by Samuel L Jackson’s … Continue reading
Forget Hamlet and Henry V, Kenneth Branagh puts Shakespeare behind him and gives us a hero with real clout – Marvel Comics‘ hammer-heaving Norse deity Thor. Taking the role of the brawny thunder god is former Home and Away hunk … Continue reading
Gritty crime thriller The Town, Ben Affleck’s second outing in the director’s chair, is set in the Boston district of Charleston, which is apparently home to more bank and armoured car robbers than any other square mile in the world. … Continue reading
The luvies at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts have just announced their nominations for this year’s BAFTAs and surprises are in fairly short supply. James Cameron’s eco-friendly sci-fi blockbuster Avatar looks set to be one of the … Continue reading
As director of gripping Iraq war drama The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow will be going head to head with ex-husband James Cameron as Best Director nominees in the Golden Globe awards on January 17th – and probably also at the … Continue reading