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Because we adore romance here at Movie Talk, and because we wouldn’t want any of you to make a love-life-threatening faux pas on Valentine’s Day, we’ve compiled a handy top ten list — with the help of some of our … Continue reading
Film review | Take Shelter – Storm clouds gather for Michael Shannon – but are they inside his head?
A film for troubled times, Take Shelter taps into current anxieties about economic meltdown and climate change disaster with its scarily apt depiction of a man driven to the edge by apocalyptic fears. Michael Shannon plays blue-collar family man Curtis … Continue reading
I wonder if Leonardo DiCaprio was always destined to become a massive star. Let’s face it, he has two star signs in his name (well, one and a half). That’s got to have some fortuitous influence, no? Remember this cutey? … Continue reading
Sam Mendes shot the comedy Away We Go on the hoof while still in post-production on his last Oscar-bait movie, Revolutionary Road. Unsurprisingly, it’s an altogether lighter, looser and more freewheeling film than its dour predecessor – even if … Continue reading
Set in 1950s Connecticut and New York, Sam Mendes’s classy period drama Revolutionary Road inhabits the world depicted so brilliantly by Mad Men, a world where middle-class men in grey-flannel suits troop off to meaningless jobs in the city while … Continue reading
1. Slumdog Millionaire Hot seat… Questions are asked when a teen orphan from the slums of Mumbai makes it to the final rounds of India’s Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 2. Valkyrie Blast from the past… Tom Cruise heads … Continue reading
This portrayal of a marriage turning sour in 1950s American suburbia sees Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio reunited on the big screen for the first time since Titanic launched them both to stardom in 1997. Kate and Leo’s April and … Continue reading
Slumdog Millionaire and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button are the frontrunners in the race for this year’s Bafta awards, whose nominations were announced today. Slumdog, Danny Boyle’s tale of a Mumbai street kid, and Benjamin Button, David Fincher’s eccentric … Continue reading