I'm Still Here

Committed and convincing, I'm Still Here is a brave and unusual piece of cinema. Fascinating.

The Other Guys

There are flashes of brilliance in this frantic Ferrell vehicle. The Other Guys never shoots to kill, but it frequently finds your funny bone.

Tamara Drewe

Intelligently titillating, Tamara Drewe hides its smarts under a hedgerow of filth. Unassuming, undeniably fun.

Going the Distance

Drew and Justin make sparks fly in this natural, likeable movie. Unlike most rom-coms this year, Going the Distance is worth making the trip to see.


Mumblecore meets mainstream without making a masterpiece. Painful and heartfelt but rarely funny, Cyrus is good but it's no Greenberg.

On the Carpet: Going the Distance

We run amok at the premiere with Justin Long and Drew Barrymore...

The Runaways

A run-of-the-mill rock biopic elevated by its quick script and great cast. Forget mopey Bella: Kristen Stewart rocks.

The Last Exorcism

The Last Exorcism blends belief, doubt and humour to produce some seriously scary cinema. Until the dubious ending.

An Education: Cinema's Top Syllabus

With kids back to school and education funding cut, what's the best way to educate your child? Cinema.

The Switch

Ill-conceived but entertaining, the year's second sperm donor rom-com leaves no embarrassing stains.

Scott Pilgrim vs the World

Mature, childish and one of the most energetic things ever put on celluloid, Scott Pilgrim speaks to its audience. It says words like: Love. Life. Nintendo. And Canada.

A Link to the Past

Loved Scott Pilgrim's retro soundtrack? Here's Hollywood's best music, 8-bit Nintendo style.

The Hole 3D

A proper horror for kids big and small, The Hole is a great relief after The Human Centipede. Friendly fun to freak out the hole (ahem) family.

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Wimbledon: The Hollywood Years Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 02 July 2010 10:56

Sunshine, strawberries, cream, Sue Barker - it's tennis time for Britain as Wimbledon fever sweeps the nation. Filled with the athletes of today and the stars of yesteryear, it's a glamorous event for both Brits and Americans; gone are the days of Cliff Richard singing. Now we get people like Michael Caine and Ben Stiller sitting in Centre Court's Royal Box.

But is SW19 really ready for such showbiz glitz? In a world where tennis players and movie actors look so alike, can Hollywood and Wimbledon really match up? In a film called Wimbledon (if such a crazy idea were ever to exist) who would play whom? Well, just hang on to that second serve there, Tim, and take a ganders at the following - you might just be surprised.

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I'm Epic. It's official. Scott Pilgrim says so. Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 11:09

Just, you know. Because.

Go make your own over here somewhere. Or just watch the trailer

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On Location: Classic Scenes Across Europe Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 11 June 2010 12:06

As some of you may know, I recently went on a cross-country jaunt around Europe. Jaunting, for those who aren't uber nerds, basically involves jumping through space (and time). For those are who are uber nerds, I actually took the train.

Being the sad film-obsessive that I am, I naturally spent most of my time taking pictures of locations that were used in films, desperately trying to recreate a split-second of celluloid history. When that failed, I just took photos of films that were currently showing across the continent. Because that's what normal people do on their holidays (screw you Michael Palin).

So anyway, to celebrate the fact that I'm currently wasting my time not being in Europe (but naturally listening to the Indiana Jones theme non-stop whilst playing with big red marker pens), here's a jumbled mix of the two.


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Brief Encounters: Steve Carell Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 23 April 2010 13:12

He's perhaps better known for being the American version of Ricky Gervais in the wonderful Stateside take on The Office, but Steve Carell also goes by the name of Phil Foster.

Married to Claire Foster, he's a husband whose life is a tiny bit stale. But when he tries to mix things up with a visit to a fancy restaurant, The Fosters get mixed up with a different world. A world of dodgy criminals, pole dancing, and a topless Mark Wahlberg.

What was it like leaving Scranton and shacking up with Tina Fey? Steve tells us all about making Date Night.

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Yes, Prime Minister? Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 09:15

Well, it's that time of the political calendar yet again: the General Election is under way, just in time for Roman Polanski's political thriller from Robert Harris's book, The Ghost. And as Ewan McGregor this week sets about ghost-writing the memoirs of Pierce Brosnan's dodgy dealing Prime Minister, which movie candidate would you like to see running the country? If it's time for a change then who's your ATM of choice? It's time for a topical run-down of Hollywood's ballot sheet to see which PM crosses your box.

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Sandra's Split: The Curse of the Oscars Print E-mail
Written by Jo Bromilow   
Friday, 19 March 2010 16:04

Somewhere, deep in Hollywood, a bevy of tattooed women are on the prowl. Not for a fight, as you might expect, but to snare themselves the husband of yet another beautiful, talented woman, beloved of the world and the critics. Yup, it seems infidelity comes in all guises, but the ultimate bedroom buzz-kill and marriage dampener appears to be success. On the part of the woman.

I speak, of course, of the mysterious ‘Best Actress Curse’, a mysterious phenomenon with a proud heritage dating back almost a century, which basically suggests that a statuette cancels out a marriage.

Katharine Hepburn is the curse's first notable victim, getting divorced from her husband the year after she won her first award in 1934. Ginger Rogers’ marriage suffered the same fate, and this potent curse continues into the modern day.

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