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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
Wreck-It Ralph Out of the game… Disney’s latest animation, which follows the misadventures of an arcade game villain as he bids to become a hero, features the voices of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman and Jane Lynch. If you can … Continue reading
Wreck-It Ralph is the building-smashing bad guy in a 1980s arcade game called Fix-It Felix Jr, but he’s really a big softy at heart. And in Disney’s jaunty Oscar-nominated animated fantasy, he just aches for a chance to be the … Continue reading
Two middle-class couples meet on polite terms to patch up a playground scuffle between their respective sons and end up verbally tearing lumps out of one another in Carnage, Roman Polanski’s wickedly satirical screen adaptation of Yasmina Reza’s hit stage … Continue reading
Human nature red-in-tooth-and-claw is stripped bare in Carnage, Roman Polanski’s darkly comic screen adaptation of Yasmina Reza’s hit stage play God of Carnage, a wickedly satirical four-hander in which two ostensibly well-mannered middle-class couples meet on polite terms to patch … Continue reading
Tilda Swinton delivers one of the finest performances of her career as an American woman grappling with grief and guilt in the aftermath of a terrible crime committed by her teenage son in We Need To Talk About Kevin, director … Continue reading
Best known for his supporting roles as nerdy dentist Stu in The Hangover and pompous salesman Andy in the US version of The Office, Ed Helms takes the lead as an incredibly naïve Midwesterner in Cedar Rapids, a smutty comedy … Continue reading
Best known for his supporting roles as pussy-whipped dentist Stu in The Hangover and pompous salesman Andy in the US version of The Office, American comedian Ed Helms takes the lead as an incredibly naïve Midwesterner in Cedar Rapids, a … Continue reading
I made a disparaging reference to this movie in one of my posts last year, around the time it came out at the cinema. You’ll see, if you read the post here, that I had a good old rant about … Continue reading
Animated movies have reached such heights of visual sophistication that we’ve come to take the most astonishing feats of technical virtuosity for granted. Which is all to the good. Now that we’ve stopped gasping at animators’ skill at rendering fur … Continue reading