In the third and final feature of my British Favourites trilogy, here are my Top Ten British Movies of all time. Is your favourite on here? Are there any that are undeserved of top-ten status?
Want to know what to expect from What to Expect When You’re Expecting? A dull, largely un-funny star-filled flop which is best avoided at all costs.
Fifteen years after the release of the original, the Men in Black are back on the big screen. The third in the instalment and ten years in the making; is Men in Black 3 a return to form or more like the abysmal sequel?
In the second of my Jubilee celebratory articles, here are my Top Ten British Actors – a list of my personal favourite actors/actresses that hail from the UK. Is your favourite included?
To celebrate the release of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, I took a look at the previous Alien films. I even watched the Alien vs. Predator spin offs, although they’re both so awful I didn’t indulge my anger and post my thoughts. If you’re not excited about Rapace, Fassbender and Theron yet, hopefully this’ll get your adrenaline pumping
In the first of the Movie Writing features to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, we’re kicking off the festivities by taking a look at the Top Ten British Directors. Have we missed your favourite off the list?
Hoping for more of a Bruno or Borat, I instead got more of Ali G. The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen’s most recent film, is by no means as funny as I had hoped it would be.
Although I’m always excited when a new Tim Burton film comes out, this is the second time I’ve been let down by a Depp/Bonham-Carter collaboration. Even Johnny and his superior character-acting ability isn’t enough to save Dark Shadows: a film so confused it doesn’t even know what genre it is
Never one to favour the conventional, I love an indie film. And Andrew Haigh’s Weekend is perhaps the most indie romance movie ever, which also happens to have the most endearing depiction of romance of all time between Glen and Russell.
The tenth Movie Talking podcast has arrived! What better way to celebrate than to review Aardman’s The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists (or The Pirates! Band of Misfits to some), together with some fondly regarded animations. Why not check out what Amy Moss, Kieran Prout and Rob Walker have to say about the new stop motion movie, and hear them discuss some of their favourites.
If a film has an obscure title, an arty poster and an unknown cast; nine times out of ten I usually love it. However, Netflix has let me down in the past; will it redeem itself with Lena Dunham’s Tiny Furniture?
The boys are back. Thirteen years after they first popped their cherries back in 1999, they’re back to doing what they’re good at (getting drunk, naked and stupid) in American Pie: Reunion. Is it as good as the first slice, or is this piece of pie just a little bit stale?