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THE STORY High on pills and booze after breaking into a condemned East London tower block to set up a pirate-radio aerial, six delinquent local teens get picked off one by one in grisly fashion by a hooded killer with … Continue reading
The driving force behind hoodie melodramas Kidulthood and Adulthood, girl-power caper flick 184.108.40.206. and sports drama Fast Girls, Noel Clarke now turns his hand to the sci-fi thriller genre as co-writer, producer and star of Storage 24. A military cargo … Continue reading
Movie Talk is putting its reputation on the line and making a few brilliantly inspired predictions about who is going to be walking out of the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday night with a great big smile on their … Continue reading
4 Weddings and a Funeral this is not. If, like me, you’re completely weddinged out following the relentless media build-up to yesterday’s royal nuptials, you’ll be relieved to know that there isn’t sight or sound of a wedding in 220.127.116.11. … Continue reading
“4 Girls, 3 Days, 2 Cities, 1 Chance…” So runs the tagline for Kidulthood creator Noel Clarke’s self-consciously tricksy caper thriller 18.104.22.168. Emma Roberts, Tamsin Egerton, Ophelia Lovibond and Shanika Warren-Markland play the four girls – a quartet of sassy … Continue reading
London’s urban youth lingo was once a complete and utter mystery to me. For many years, whenever I heard kids chatting on their phones on my commuter train, I’d feel incredibly frustrated. I just couldn’t make any sense of what … Continue reading
A man’s reach should exceed his grasp. Noel Clarke is a man who clearly takes Browning’s famous adage to heart. For proof just watch his ambitious girl power caper thriller 22.214.171.124. – the flashy tale of a quartet of sassy … Continue reading