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Film review | Ill Manors – The Sound and the Fury: Ben Drew’s film debut takes the inner city’s feverish pulse
Ben Drew, better known as rapper Plan B, has made a startling debut as a filmmaker, an ambitious, flawed, furiously impassioned state-of-inner-city-Britain drama that will have half its viewers gawping in shock and the rest nodding in recognition. Gang violence, … Continue reading
We asked you to tell us your favourite Bruce Willis movie quotes… and you came up so many pithy quips, zippy comebacks and scintillating one-liners that we just had to compile the choicest ones into a chart. So here is … Continue reading
Uma Thurman doesn’t get much of a laugh out of John Travolta in Pulp Fiction… I wonder why? Mia: Three tomatoes are walking down the street – a poppa tomato, a momma tomato, and a little baby tomato. Baby tomato … Continue reading
Is Slumdog Millionaire overrated? I’m afraid that I think so. It’s not a bad film. The photography is stunning and it’s an obvious crowd pleaser, but it also suffers from weak acting on the part of its two leads and … Continue reading
Luc Besson is better known these days as the producer of high-octane Euro thrillers in the Taxi and Transporter series, but from the mid-1980s to the mid-90s he was one of the principal exponents of the so-called Cinéma du look, … Continue reading
Mickey Rourke was out for the count in Hollywood, but with his gutsy performance as a washed-up wrestler in, yes, The Wrestler he has bounced back from the ropes in triumph. It’s an astonishing comeback for Rourke, who spent so … Continue reading