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DVD review | Melancholia – The end-of-the-world blues prove beautiful for Lars von Trier & Kirsten Dunst
A sublimely beautiful film about the end of the world, Lars von Trier’s Melancholia is nothing if not perverse. A strange mix of apocalyptic sci-fi and darkly comic social drama, the film is glacially slow in tempo but filled with … Continue reading
John le Carré’s classic spy novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy gets brought to the big screen by Let the Right One In director Tomas Alfredson – and the result is a superbly clever, fiendishly gripping thriller that more than measures … Continue reading
Well, whether you do or you don’t, you will – next week when I reveal who the owner of this mystery chest is. I’ll give you a clue though – and by the way, you’ve had one little one already … Continue reading
As if yesterday’s Muppets/Ocean’s 11 mash-up wasn’t goofy enough, we’ve just come across an even loopier fanboy homage – a zanily recast trailer for the new movie Outlander, which comes out in UK cinemas tomorrow. A shot-by-shot revamp of the … Continue reading
On Sky Movies Premiere this morning at 10am Two men, one of them highly intelligent, the other not quite so intellectual, potter around in the vicinity of the Sheldonian Theatre and
Couch Potato Pickings A congenital defect what was caused Joseph Merrick to develop the dreadful condition that earned him the name The Elephant man in Victorian London. This moving movie tells his heartbreaking story superbly. It always has me in … Continue reading
On BBC1 tonight at 10.35pm In case you didn’t know, a Nicolas Cage film came out at UK cinemas on Friday – Bangkok Dangerous. It’s the Pang Brothers’ remake of their 1999 action thriller of the same name. There’s not … Continue reading