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Film review | Song for Marion – Terence Stamp & Vanessa Redgrave find their voices in feelgood weepie
Writer-director Paul Andrew Williams makes a startling shift from the crime and horror genres he’s favoured since his electrifying 2006 debut London to Brighton with this unabashed tearjerker, a warm-hearted comedy-drama about love, grief and finding your voice. And the … Continue reading
Probably the most talked about DVD release of 2012 must be Ken Russell’s Film of The Devils, which is finally becoming available in the UK some 40-years after it first caused shock, outrage and a censorship controversy which has lasted … Continue reading
Disaster movie maestro Roland Emmerich debunks the authorship of William Shakespeare with this racy doublet-and-hose thriller, even if his overwrought conspiracy theory will strike most viewers as less credible than Godzilla or The Day After Tomorrow. For Emmerich and screenwriter … Continue reading
Film review | Anonymous – Where there’s a Will: Roland Emmerich’s dubious costume romp debunks the Bard
Like the notions that the US faked the Apollo moon missions or that terrorist planes couldn’t have toppled the World Trade Centre, the belief that William Shakespeare didn’t write the plays ascribed to him is one of those enduring conspiracy … Continue reading
Maggie Smith won the first of her two Oscars for the title role in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, the 1968 film based on the novel by Muriel Spark and its stage adaptation by Jay Presson Allen. As is … Continue reading
The Lost Boys actor Corey Haim has died at the age of 38 from an alleged drugs overdose. Jude Law claims that Sherlock Holmes 2 is happening sometime later this year. Scriptwriting couple Kieran and Michele Mulroney (Paper Man) were … Continue reading
Last night’s Baftas delivered a big shock, didn’t they? No, not Kathryn Bigelow’s The Hurt Locker triumphing over James Cameron’s Avatar. I mean Vanessa Redgrave curtseying to Prince William! Who would have thought that lefty firebrand Vanessa would be so … Continue reading
Scottish director Bill Douglas was one of the most gifted and original filmmakers British cinema has produced, yet nearly two decades after his tragically premature death at the age of 57 in 1991, his work still does not have the … Continue reading
1. The Stepford Wives is based on the novel by Ira Levin, who also penned Rosemary’s Baby. 2. It tells the story of Joanna, a young housewife who moves from New York to the suburban town of Stepford and slowly … Continue reading