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Brash, loud and risibly anachronistic, Gangster Squad is flashier than a mobster’s suit, but if you’re not too fussy about finesse then Ruben Fleischer’s stylised crime film is a hugely entertaining cops-’n-crooks romp through a cartoon-like version of 1940s Los … Continue reading
A decade on from their last screen outing, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones’s slickly dressed, Ray-Ban-wearing agents J and K are back for Men in Black 3. But after such a long absence, are they still up to the … Continue reading
Despite the mixed critical and commercial fortunes of his recent films, actors still queue up to work with Woody Allen – as is shown by the starry cast he’s assembled for You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, a wry … 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
Are you a big Woody Allen fan? Well get yourself down to London’s Southbank pronto because he’s HERE! RIGHT NOW! Yes, the legendary director is at this very moment no further than a few floors above me in the Blue … Continue reading
Oliver Stone’s satirical biopic of George W. Bush is a surprisingly compassionate, almost sympathetic portrait of the 43rd president of the United States. Brilliantly impersonated by Josh Brolin, Bush is shown in W. at three stages of his life: … Continue reading
Movie Talk sniffs around the back alleys of the internet to bring you the juiciest showbiz news – so you don’t end up barking up the wrong tree… Internet rumours about Madonna doing the soundtrack for Twilight sequel New Moon … Continue reading
The Spanish sun has clearly rejuvenated Woody Allen’s career. After making three films in London with diminishing returns – the commercially successful but critically reviled Match Point and box-office duds Scoop and Cassandra’s Dream – he’s noticeably benefited from a … Continue reading
As America awakes this week from the nightmare of the past eight years and the world exults in the historic election of Barack Obama, Oliver Stone delivers his biopic of the man Obama is replacing, the man who has a … Continue reading