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This mystery chest is a tricky one. Here are your clues: The film pictured comes from the 70s. The mystery star’s latest film is a road movie, and it’s out today. In my opinion, this star is one of the … Continue reading
Offbeat buddy caper Robot & Frank presents us with two of cinema’s more unusual partners in crime: Frank is a retired cat burglar; and Robot is, well, a robot. Played with cranky charm by the excellent Frank Langella, Frank lives … Continue reading
Adam Sandler plays yet another of his boorish man-child types in crass comedy That’s My Boy, which adds close-to-the-knuckle raunchiness to the star’s usual mix of stupidity and sentimentality. His character is washed-up 1980s celebrity Donny Berger, a vulgar layabout … Continue reading
Like its slacker hero, offbeat comedy Jeff, Who Lives at Home by brothers Jay and Mark Duplass is shambling, easygoing and slow to get going. Jason Segal’s Jeff is a 30-year-old unemployed pothead who still lives in his mother’s basement … Continue reading
Two decades ago, Ridley Scott was not the name that immediately sprang to mind as the director of a feminist road movie, but there he was back in 1991 at the wheel of Thelma & Louise, a revved-up vehicle for … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! Back when I was a kid, my sister and I teamed up with our friend next door just before Halloween to post notes into every letterbox in our road. On these little letters we’d written a silly little … Continue reading
My tatty old video of White Palace is dated 1990, the year the film came out. Nearly twenty years old; but the theme provides the same guilty pleasure now as it did then – older woman wowing much younger guy … Continue reading
If you dusted off your old dancing shoes following last Friday’s toe-tapping movie on Watch, then I hope you haven’t put them away yet. It seems that Friday night is dancing night on this channel at the moment. A couple … Continue reading
Pirouetting, toe-tapping, hoofing, gliding, stepping, strutting. Dance moves in the movies are certainly not in short supply. Ballet meets hip hop in tonight’s dancing drama where Julia Stiles plays a bereaved middle class teen who has her love for dance … Continue reading