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Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in his first starring role since serving two terms as Governor of California and, as the bullets and one-liners start flying in action thriller The Last Stand, it’s almost as if he’s never been away. He’s … Continue reading
Playing clerical killers is becoming a habit for Paul Bettany. In The Da Vinci Code he was a murderous albino monk, but post-apocalyptic fantasy thriller Priest finds him on the side of good as a warrior priest fighting off vampire … Continue reading
Michelle Williams, Zoe Kazan and Shirley Henderson remind us that cowboys didn’t have the Wild West entirely to themselves with Meek’s Cutoff, a rare Western with a female slant. They play a trio of doughty pioneer women whose mettle is … Continue reading
Spike Lee‘s ambitious but flawed war movie Miracle at St Anna seeks to put right a longstanding injustice – Hollywood’s neglect of the African-American contribution to World War Two. As an ageing black veteran says while watching John Wayne’s D-Day … Continue reading
Jeff Bridges steps into John Wayne’s oversize boots to play the larger-than-life role of whiskey-soaked, one-eyed marshal Rooster Cogburn in the Coen Brothers’ splendid Western remake True Grit. He’s the ornery lawman who’s hired by a precocious 14-year-old frontier girl … Continue reading
Jeff Bridges steps into John Wayne’s oversize boots to play the larger-than-life role of whiskey-soaked, one-eyed marshal Rooster Cogburn in the Coen Brothers’ Western True Grit. Rapturously received in the US by critics and public alike, the Coens’ film sticks … Continue reading