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Seven Psychopaths follows Hollywood screenwriter Marty (Colin Farrell) as he gets caught up in murderous mayhem after his actor friend Billy (Sam Rockwell) decides to help him with his latest project – a movie about psychopaths. Things get really dangerous, … Continue reading
DVD review | Seven Psychopaths – Colin Farrell discovers a cure for writer’s block, that may kill him!
Seven Psychopaths, writer-director Martin McDonagh’s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated debut In Bruges is another gleefully dark comedy thriller featuring gabby killers, wickedly funny dialogue and moments of shocking violence. Colin Farrell’s Martin (note the name) is a boozy Hollywood screenwriter … Continue reading
Film review | Seven Psychopaths – Martin McDonagh puts Colin Farrell’s boozy writer through the wringer
Playwright turned filmmaker Martin McDonagh follows up his Oscar-nominated debut film In Bruges with Seven Psychopaths, another gleefully dark comedy thriller featuring gabby killers, scabrously funny dialogue and moments of shocking violence. Played by Colin Farrell and pointedly called Marty, … Continue reading
Transsiberian is the tale of an American couple (Woody Harrelson and Emily Mortimer) who are travelling on the Trans-Siberian Express when they are befriended by another pair of travellers (Eduardo Noriega and Kate Mara). Strange and sinister things start happening … Continue reading
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“When God created woman, he gave her not two breasts but three. When the middle one got in the way, God performed surgery. Woman stood before God, with the middle breast in hand. Said, ‘What do we do with the useless … Continue reading
Woody Harrelson is mesmerising as the anti-hero of gripping crime drama Rampart, set against a backdrop of police corruption in 1999 Los Angeles, but his pill-popping, booze-swigging, suspect-beating dirty cop, is so irredeemably unsympathetic that you almost wish he weren’t … Continue reading
Suzanne Collins’ best-selling Hunger Games trilogy has been seized upon by Hollywood as the next, big, teen-friendly franchise – and it’s terrific: smarter and tougher than Twilight – and with a heroine who couldn’t be further removed from drooping, love-struck … Continue reading
Check out some of the highlights from the BFI London Film Festival‘s first weekend – including Woody Harrelson re-teaming with his director (Oren Moverman) and co-star (Ben Foster) from The Messenger for dirty-cop crime movie Rampart; African-American filmmaker Dee Rees’s … Continue reading
The 55th BFI London Film Festival kicks off tonight with 360, Fernando Meirelles’ globetrotting 21st-century take on Arthur Schnitzler’s classic play La Ronde. City of God director Meirelles has teamed up with Frost/Nixon writer Peter Morgan and a stellar cast … Continue reading