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In fact dark’s not the word, this chest is so absent of colour it’s invisible. At least this fella’s not like the mystery star pictured last week with his violently clashing jackets. There’s definitely nothing clashing here (well, not in … Continue reading
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop to look once in awhile, you could miss it.” Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) No longer looking quite so fresh-faced, Ferris Bueller star Matthew Broderick is back on screen alongside fellow 1980s … Continue reading
A bunch of working stiffs team up with a petty crook to take down the Wall Street swindler who has robbed them of their retirement fund in Tower Heist, a timely action-comedy caper whose undertow of blue-collar bitterness and anger … Continue reading
“Life moves pretty fast. You don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) Like this thought for the day? Share it on our Movie Talk Facebook page or on our … Continue reading
The death of John Hughes at the age of 59 has saddened us all here at Movie Talk. In tribute to the writer and director who put his unique stamp on 1980s teen comedies, we’ve put together a gallery with … Continue reading
Based on the bestselling children’s book by US author Kate DiCamillo, CGI animated adventure The Tale of Despereaux is the story of a plucky little mouse with unfeasibly large ears and a sense of chivalry to match. Big-eared Despereaux (voiced … Continue reading
A husband and wife move to an attractive, well-maintained small town and attempt to make a home for themselves within their new community of blissfully contented neighbours. However, beneath the seemingly perfect façade lurks a hideous secret. Yes, that’s right, … Continue reading
A crafty rich kid runs rings round the adults while winning acclaim from his peers in Charlie Bartlett, an offbeat comedy whose protagonist’s wiliness and charm recalls Matthew Broderick‘s 1980s teen hero Ferris Bueller. In other words, the kind … Continue reading
A brand, spanking new CGI animated adventure starring a plucky little mouse with unfeasibly large ears and a sense of chivalry to match, The Tale of Despereaux benefits from a to-die-for voice cast. Sigourney Weaver supplies some delightfully wry narration, Matthew Broderick … Continue reading