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Who’s going to make the biggest noise at this year’s Oscars? Will silence prove golden for hot favourite The Artist? Will The Help clean up? Or will The Descendants inherit all the glory? With the clock ticking down to Sunday … Continue reading
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After tackling the Holocaust in his last film, The Reader, director Stephen Daldry takes on the trauma of 9/11 with this adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s bestselling novel Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Precocious 10-year-old Oskar (newcomer Thomas Horn) lost … Continue reading
The 2012 Oscars nominations have just been announced and, as usual, following the Golden Globes and plenty of speculation, there aren’t that many surprises. Here are the main category nominees: Best Picture The Artist War Horse The Descendants Midnight in … Continue reading
Fabulously over-the-top sci-fi romp Flash Gordon has just got a 30th anniversary re-release on Blu-ray. A galactic flop on release, producer Dino De Laurentiis and director Mike Hodges’ 1980 movie was as tacky as bubblegum – and so managed to … Continue reading
Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio‘s fourth screen collaboration, is a psychological mystery thriller that takes place in 1954 and harks back to that era’s edgy film noir classics and exquisitely suggestive horror films. In look and mood, it recalls such … Continue reading