The Oscars really are a bizarre ritual. Every year films, which the average member of the public would probably not spend their hard earned cash
Referring to director Michael Winterbottom’s film The Look of Love as a drama / comedy, is something of a misnomer. Starring flavour of the moment Steve
You’d be forgiven – considering those involved – for mistakenly thinking that The Family would make for reasonably passable entertainment. Unfortunately this comedy crime thriller, featuring
We’ll Take Manhattan – the BBC docudrama starring Karen Gillan (of Dr Who fame) and Aneurin (Hunky Dory (2011)) Barnard, which is a fictional account of
Oh dear, where did it all go wrong. Noah, the new biblical epic based on the Old Testament story of the man God chose to
Disney’s timeless classic Mary Poppins (1964) is one of the few films which virtually everyone with even a passing interest in cinema, seems to know.
Filmmakers will always be on dangerous ground when they take it upon themselves to bring a beloved children’s character to life on the big screen.
People who follow my reviews regularly will know by now that I have a particular bugbear – namely the incessant overuse of 3D in contemporary
Skyfall, directed by Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig and Judy Dench, is quite simply amongst the best Bond films ever. James Bond (Craig) is
You could be forgiven for thinking that previous experience would have taught if you’re excited about seeing a new film, the reality is often something
Shortly after turning forty years old Meryl Streep apparently declined the opportunity to play a witch on three occasions in quick succession. At the time
The Grand Budapest Hotel is a film which lives up to its name and appearance – big, brash, overblown and full of its own self-importance. This