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Former Bond girl Eva Green and current Doctor Who Matt Smith team up for this distinctly odd love-story-cum-sci-fi-drama in which Green’s grief-stricken woman has herself impregnated with the embryonic clone of her dead childhood sweetheart (Smith). It all gets sticky … Continue reading
To celebrate the release of Ewan McGregor and Eva Green’s apocalyptic sci-fi fable, we had a cinema poster signed by Ewan McGregor, plus a copy of Perfect Sense on DVD. Out of our office competition hat we picked a winner, … Continue reading
OK, it’s January and it’s all a bit dismal but at the end of this month Perfect Sense is released on DVD. If Ewan McGregor and Eva Green can manage to find love as the world is crashing down around … Continue reading
DVD review | Perfect Sense – Global disaster fare on a shoestring budget? Perfect nonsense more like!
What would happen to humanity if our senses started packing in, one by one? Would society inevitably break down? Would love survive? Those are the questions facing Ewan McGregor’s cocky Glasgow chef and Eva Green’s rueful epidemiologist in David Mackenzie’s … Continue reading
Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle are kicking off the 65th Edinburgh International Film Festival with their Irish crime caper The Guard. But this once world renowned showcase for indie filmmakers appears to be in dire need of a real-life guardian … Continue reading