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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
Let Movie Talk take you by the arm and lead you down the red carpet, familiarising you with the nominees along the way… Demián Bichir – A Better Life If you can see this, then you might need a Flash … Continue reading
DVD review | Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – John LeCarre’s classic spy thriller comes in from the cold in fine style
John Le Carré’s classic spy novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy becomes a feature film – and the result is a superbly clever, fiendishly gripping thriller that measures up to the iconic BBC TV series from 1979. In the lead role, … Continue reading
Looking back over my favourite films of 2011, it’s clear that many of the directors who impressed me most this year have been doing precisely that – looking back. Some of them did so simply by setting their movies in … Continue reading
John le Carré’s classic spy novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy gets brought to the big screen by Let the Right One In director Tomas Alfredson – and the result is a superbly clever, fiendishly gripping thriller that more than measures … Continue reading