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Looper Race against time… Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis star in this time-bending thriller about an assassin tasked with killing his future self. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to … Continue reading
Snow White and the Huntsman sees the young put-upon princess of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale turn from damsel in distress for a kick-ass action-movie heroine for a fantasy adventure that is, surprisingly, both glossy and gritty. Played by Twilight … Continue reading
The Sweeney Law and disorder… Ray Winstone and Ben Drew (better known as musician Plan B) play tough-nut law enforcers in this feature-length reworking of the 1970s TV crime drama. If you can see this, then you might need a … Continue reading
Film review | Snow White and the Huntsman – Kristen Stewart sulks while Charlize Theron steals the show
Following hard on the heels of Mirror Mirror, Snow White and the Huntsman couldn’t be more different in its approach to the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Where Mirror Mirror proved to be glossy and tongue in cheek, Snow White … Continue reading
Mel Gibson is back in front of the camera in the thriller Edge of Darkness – the first time for seven years – and he looks older, wearier and more careworn than when we last saw him on screen. Well, … Continue reading
We’ve had word from Bathsheba, who runs the blog Stockwell News, that Colin Farrell was spotted last night on location for the film London Boulevard. This riff on Sunset Boulevard themes also stars Kiera Knightley (that’s her on the poster … Continue reading
As if yesterday’s Muppets/Ocean’s 11 mash-up wasn’t goofy enough, we’ve just come across an even loopier fanboy homage – a zanily recast trailer for the new movie Outlander, which comes out in UK cinemas tomorrow. A shot-by-shot revamp of the … Continue reading