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Wreck-It Ralph Out of the game… Disney’s latest animation, which follows the misadventures of an arcade game villain as he bids to become a hero, features the voices of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman and Jane Lynch. If you can … Continue reading
Film review | Cloud Atlas – Tykwer & the Wachowskis bring epic sweep and giddy pace to time-leaping tale
A trio of directors bring David Mitchell’s novel Cloud Atlas to the screen – and their film is sure to arouse strong passions for and against, just as Mitchell’s bestselling book has been doing since its publication in 2004. Mitchell’s … Continue reading
Starring Tom Hanks, and directed by Penny Marshall, 1980s smash hit Big is of course the story of a 12-year-old boy who finds himself transformed into a 30-year-old man after asking a carnival wishing machine to change him into a … Continue reading
Film review | Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – Extremely awkward and incredibly whimsical more like
After tackling the Holocaust in his last film, The Reader, director Stephen Daldry takes on the trauma of 9/11 with this adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s bestselling novel Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Precocious 10-year-old Oskar (newcomer Thomas Horn) lost … Continue reading
This year’s London Comedy Film Festival has found an eminently suitable venue for its Festival of Transformations – Wilton’s Music Hall, a place of wonder tucked away in a corner of the East End and the world’s oldest surviving Grand … Continue reading
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Scrap metal… This third instalment of the sci-fi franchise joins Sam Witwicky as he and the Autobots battle to stop the Decepticons from activating a devastating Cybertronian technology. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley pouts throughout. If you can … Continue reading
In the early 1990s, a romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts would have had cinema audiences queuing around the block. In 2011, their pairing in Larry Crowne barely warrants a shrug. Hanks, who also directs and co-writes (with … Continue reading
Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts? Romantically involved in Larry Crowne? The word ‘weird’ springs to mind. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to install Flash Player if it’s missing. Get … Continue reading
So did you get on board The Polar Express this festive season? Excellent! And remain sharp-eyed and sober while doing it? Even better. Then you should have a good chance of knowing what the heck we’re talking about in our … Continue reading
A Bollywood Forrest Gump. This was a label applied to Indian movie My Name is Khan following its international release earlier this year. It’s the story of Rizvan Khan – a Muslim man with Asperger’s who lives happily in the … Continue reading