Django is as long as it is full of bodies, with stellar performances from the entire lead cast. It may not be the best Tarantino film, but even a medium one is a lot better than the best of a lot of his peers.
Les Misérables is a stunning film that while at times it lacks a little EPIC scale, it more than makes up for that in heartfelt emotions.
‘I, Anna’ has some notable and admiring moments it lacks the intelligence that a thriller of this level needs and this stops it from being a compelling watch.
‘Yossi’ is an engaging and brilliant piece of film making. It may not come with the big bells and whistles we are used to, it may be a bit simple for some, but it is an uncomplicated feel good story that is compelling viewing f...
David O Russell's follow up to last year's Oscar grabbing The Fighter is a moving and at times hilarious character study of how a psychiatric patients recovery impacts on the life of a young woman bereaving the death of her hus...
Great Expectations has made almost fifteen appearances on-screen, this the latest by British director Mike Newell, almost a year after its popular appearance on UK screens as a televised drama. Newell is somewhat of a marmite d...
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