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Do we need a Total Recall remake? Unless your memory’s been wiped, the answer is clearly no. Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 sci-fi thriller was undeniably sleazy and ultra violent, but it also had a rollicking energy, a sly satirical edge and … Continue reading
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Mind games… Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law reprise their roles as sleuthing duo Sherlock Homes and Dr John Watson, who face a battle of wits with their most cunning adversary, Professor Moriarty. If … Continue reading
Kate Beckinsale is back as kick-ass, leather-clad vampire warrior Selene in Underworld Awakening – and to mark the occasion we’ve got two box-sets containing all four action-packed Underworld movies to give away! To celebrate the 14th May UK DVD release … Continue reading
You probably won’t have seen the 2008 Icelandic heist thriller Reykjavik-Rotterdam, but you’ll be all too familiar with its standard-issue story of the reformed crook drawn back into the world of crime to pull off one last job. With the … Continue reading
War Horse Emotional hurdles… Steven Spielberg holds the reins of this war epic, based on the Michael Morpurgo novel of the same name, which charts the bond between a man and the horse he tamed and trained. If you can … Continue reading
A natural accent – or at least, a fake natural accent – is essential in any film. Our guest writer Sabrina Dougall tells us her all-time favourite artificial accents in cinema. 1. Lindsay Lohan (Hallie Parker/Annie James) – The Parent … Continue reading
The last time I considered blogging about Serendipity, I decided to let fate decide whether I should do so, and fate decided no. This time, however, as I began to consider whether I should, or shouldn’t, I got a sign, … Continue reading
Serendipity is a propensity for making fortunate discoveries while looking for something unrelated. So, I decided this morning that if I was meant to write something about Serendipity the film then I’d get a sign of some sort. I thought … Continue reading
Robert De Niro steps into Marcello Mastroianni’s shoes in Everybody’s Fine, an Americanised remake of the 1990 Italian movie Stanno tutti bene, Giuseppe Tornatore’s follow-up film after the international success of Cinema Paradiso. In the original, Mastroianni played an elderly … Continue reading