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Tag Archives: Michelle Yeoh
A physically slight woman with a core of steel; a thorn in the side of authority; an implacable opponent of male violence: no, this is not a description of Stieg Larsson’s fantasy tattooed girl but of a heroine living in … Continue reading
Film review | Kung Fu Panda 2 – Jack Black’s cuddly panda hero ruffles Gary Oldman’s peacock feathers
Unlikely martial-arts hero Po, the roly-poly panda voiced by Jack Black, is back for a second screen adventure in Kung Fu Panda 2 – and it’s another knockout combination of vibrant animation, energetic action and nifty jokes. The hugely entertaining … Continue reading
Movie Talk sniffs around the back alleys of the internet to bring you the latest showbiz news – because we love to play fetch… Ridley Scott is in talks with Angelina Jolie for the femme fatale role in his next … Continue reading
The terrible events in Mumbai last week were a grim action movie playing in real time on our TV screens. I’m not sure how comfortable I’d feel just now watching a tale of derring-do set in Asia involving guns and … Continue reading
The makers of the wildly lucrative Mummy franchise are flogging a dead corpse. After 1999’s cheesy Indiana Jones knock-off The Mummy, 2001 sequel The Mummy Returns, and two Scorpion King spin-offs, they’ve clearly exhausted the possibilities of digging up any … Continue reading