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Korean director Park Chan-Wook, the warped mind responsible for the dangerously lurid Oldboy (currently being remade by Spike Lee), makes his English-language debut with Gothic thriller Stoker. He’s toned down the violence and perversity of his Korean output, but not … Continue reading
Green Zone Man on a mission… Matt Damon heads the cast of this conspiracy thriller as a US Army officer who is forced to go rogue as he hunts for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. If you can see … Continue reading
Mismatched travelling companions Amy Adams and Matthew Goode go on a meandering, mishap-strewn journey across Ireland in new romantic comedy Leap Year. And at every step of the way – from strained set-up to predictable conclusion – you can … Continue reading
Fashion designer Tom Ford stumped up the $7million budget for his debut film as a director from his own pocket (oh, to have pockets so capacious), but A Single Man is far from a vanity project. Based on the 1964 … Continue reading
When the TV series of Brideshead Revisited hit UK screens in the early 1980s it saw most UK households tuning in. Those of us old enough will remember that adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s novel, and recall how Jeremy Irons … Continue reading
Surprise, surprise! Alan Moore disowned the long-awaited screen version of his cult comic book Watchmen well before it reached the screen – as has long been his warped wont with adaptations of his work. Yet 300 director Zack Snyder’s movie … Continue reading
Currently appearing on the big screen looking distinctly uncomfortable in superhero Spandex in Watchmen, Matthew Goode seems much more at ease in Oxford bags in this film adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited. He plays Charles Ryder, a middle-class Oxford … Continue reading
Fans of graphic novels have been trying for years to convince me of the medium’s merits. Try as I might, though, I’m afraid I can’t shake off my prejudice that a comic book in the hands of a grown-up is … Continue reading