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So Daniel Day-Lewis made Oscar history by picking up his third Oscar for Best Actor, hot favourite Argo scooped Best Film and Ang Li pipped Steven Spielberg to win Best Director. We didn’t see that one coming, but had put … Continue reading
Who’s going to be showered in Oscar glory in 2013? Will Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln scrabble together enough votes to make history? Will romantic comedy Silver Linings Playbook defy Academy Award tradition? Or will Ben Affleck’s Argo pull off victory? With … Continue reading
So we’re gearing up for Oscars fever here at Movie Talk and getting very excited about the variety of films up for this year’s Best Picture award on Sunday night. But we’ve discovered they fall rather nicely into three distinct … 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
Lincoln, Steven Spielberg’s epic drama about Abraham Lincoln, is sure to be handsomely rewarded on Oscar night, and will undoubtedly become a cinematic set text in American classrooms for years to come, but less reverential viewers may find this two-and-a-half … Continue reading
Arthur Christmas Festive fun… Santa’s son, Arthur (voiced by James McAvoy), takes charge of his father’s sophisticated delivery operation for an urgent mission of his own. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or … Continue reading
Men in Black 3 Galaxy defenders… Agent J (Will Smith) sets out to rewrite history and save his partner Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) from a grisly death at the hands of a time-travelling alien in the latest instalment of … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan – a fitting tribute to one of cinema’s leading pioneers
The life and career of the influential special-effects guru Ray Harryhausen receives a fitting tribute in a new documentary, which gets a limited UK cinema release this week, kicking off with a special Q&A at The Gate Picturehouse in London … Continue reading
Based on a children’s novel by War Horse author Michael Morpurgo, Private Peaceful is another First World War tale of suffering, loyalty and endurance set amid the barbed wire and bomb craters of the Western Front. This time, however, the … Continue reading
Battleship Naval gazing… Hasbro’s classic naval combat game inspires this big-screen action fantasy, in which Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgard, Liam Neeson and Rude Boy singer Rihanna play Navy personnel battling an armada of alien invaders. If you can see this, … Continue reading