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Woody Allen seemed to have lost his fizz as a filmmaker of late – and then he uncorked the sparkling Midnight in Paris, a comic fantasy with all the effervescence of vintage champagne. He has a new leading man this … Continue reading
Fantasia – Frolicking fauns, dancing hippos & Mickey Mouse as a would-be wizard: Disney’s 1940 classic
Walt Disney’s animated classic Fantasia has just got a high-definition spruce-up on Blu-ray for its 70th anniversary – and watching it is like opening up a time capsule. Originally released in 1940, Disney’s film is both unmistakably of its age … Continue reading
Out on DVD | Little Ashes – Robert Pattinson flaunts his stuff as Salvador Dalí in low-budget historical romance
Before winning global fame as Twilight’s swooonsome vampire hero Edward Cullen, Robert Pattinson gave a very different performance as the sexually ambivalent Salvador Dalí in this low-budget British-made historical drama co-starring Javier Beltrán and Matthew McNulty. Looking like an overgrown … Continue reading