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Film review | Quartet – Maggie Smith & Tom Courtenay access all arias in Hoffman’s cosy comedy-drama
Dustin Hoffman makes his film-directing debut with heart-warming ensemble comedy-drama Quartet – and it’s no surprise that he should get the best from a classy line-up of veteran British stars led by Maggie Smith and Tom Courtenay. Based on the … Continue reading
I was immediately rather intrigued when I heard about The Book of Eli. A post-apocalyptic movie, it tells the tale of a lone traveller (Denzel Washington) who attempts to transport the only remaining bible across a war-ravaged America. It’s an interesting idea for … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings | Gosford Park – a film for all you Downton Abbey/Upstairs Downstairs junkies.
Aristocrats and their servants have been dominating the telly over recent months. It all started in September with that ratings hit Downton Abbey. And then the BBC continued the trend over the festive break with three new Upstairs Downstairs episodes … Continue reading
Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animation version of Roald Dahl’s children’s classic Fantastic Mr Fox is stuffed full of the clever, quirky verbal and visual details and gags one has come to expect from the director of Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums and … Continue reading
Harry Potter’s sixth screen adventure probably won’t bewitch any newcomers to JK Rowling’s globe-conquering saga, but for viewers who’ve followed the young wizard’s exploits over the past decade, David Yates’s film casts a potent spell. Be warned, though: with Daniel … Continue reading
A dapper George Clooney was at the forefront of the sizeable Hollywood contingent trooping down the red carpet in Leicester Square last night for the world premiere of Wes Anderson’s animated screen version of Roald Dahl’s children’s classic Fantastic Mr … Continue reading
The Best view | Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – JK Rowling’s wizard tale: drained of colour but still full of magic
When Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince got pulled from last autumn’s cinema schedule, fans of the teenage wizard feared it portended the loss of his screen magic. Fear not! The new movie casts a potent spell. However, given that … Continue reading