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A fearless, unblinking, full-frontal portrait of a sex addict from actor Michael Fassbender and director Steve McQueen (no relation), who first worked together on the acclaimed 2008 film Hunger about IRA prisoner Bobby Sands. Fassbender plays 30-something New Yorker Brandon, … Continue reading
Silence was golden again at the Oscars this year, with The Artist, already hotly tipped, tap-dancing off with the three big awards of the night: Best Film, Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin. Dujardin made … Continue reading
Who’s going to make the biggest noise at this year’s Oscars? Will silence prove golden for hot favourite The Artist? Will The Help clean up? Or will The Descendants inherit all the glory? With the clock ticking down to Sunday … Continue reading
Movie Talk is putting its reputation on the line and making a few brilliantly inspired predictions about who is going to be walking out of the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday night with a great big smile on their … Continue reading
Film review | Shame – Michael Fassbender bares all in McQueen’s searing tale of sex, lies and emotional pain
Following their critically acclaimed 2008 film Hunger about IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, actor Michael Fassbender and director Steve McQueen (no relation) reunite for a project that is almost as controversial – a fearless, unblinking, full-frontal portrait of a sex addict. … Continue reading
Check out some of the highlights from the BFI London Film Festival‘s first weekend – including Woody Harrelson re-teaming with his director (Oren Moverman) and co-star (Ben Foster) from The Messenger for dirty-cop crime movie Rampart; African-American filmmaker Dee Rees’s … Continue reading