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Schindler’s List and Slumdog Millionaire share two things in common. Firstly, they are the only two films to win Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay at the Oscars, the BAFTAs and the Golden Globes. And secondly, both films feature … Continue reading
127 Hours – James Franco is between a rock and a hard place in Danny Boyle’s true-story adventure film
To say that 127 Hours isn’t a film for the fainthearted is something of an understatement. Simply relating the plot of Danny Boyle’s true-story drama is enough to make hardened souls go weak at the knees. And watching it has … Continue reading
The King’s Speech dominated this year’s British Independent Film Awards – and is already establishing itself as a frontrunner for next year’s Oscars. An audience-pleasing period drama about King George VI’s relationship with his unorthodox Australian speech therapist, the film … Continue reading
A road movie about a motley group of youngsters travelling 3,000 miles to reach the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, debutant director Debs Gardner-Paterson’s film has already been dubbed this year’s Slumdog Millionaire. Like its predecessor, Africa United is … Continue reading
The 54th London Film Festival kicks off tonight with the world premiere of Never Let Me Go, Mark Romanek’s eagerly awaited adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s acclaimed novel, starring Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield. Over the next 15 days … 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
Vampires, aliens and wizards fought it out at the box office in 2009, but the year at the cinema wasn’t just about blockbusters. Plenty of fine movies reached the screens with much less hype and from places other than Hollywood. … Continue reading
The Boat That Rocked Rocky waters… Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy and Rhys Ifans star in this period ensemble comedy about a pirate radio station broadcasting from a ship. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash … Continue reading
The Damned United Ball control… Michael Sheen steps into the shoes of Brian Clough in this sports drama about the charismatic football star’s tenure as manager of Leeds United. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash … Continue reading