Romance

American Pie: Reunion – Review

American Pie: Reunion – Review

Having a third helping of pie is always pushing it slightly. You know probably shouldn’t but when it tastes this good; why not? So when you are offered a fourth, it is downright gluttonous. That’s what we’ve done with American Reunion though. After nine years away from our screens, and thirteen since the...

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The Source – Review

The Source – Review

The Source is an extremely beautiful exploration of the traditional Muslim culture in a small  North African village. It may focus on a single village, yet it represents a much broader picture of femininity and equality that deserves to be brought to the attention of a wide audience. The Source is the...

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Battleship – Review

Battleship – Review

In the London press conference for Battleship, director Peter Berg said that he wanted to make a “big summer popcorn fun, bad-ass movie” and he has succeeded in making just that. Spectacular visual effects and fighting sequences will shake you to the edge of your seat, and he doesn't forget the...

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Michael Winterbottom’s Trishna: Reviewed

Michael Winterbottom’s Trishna: Reviewed

Trishna is Michael Winterbottom's modernisation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles moved to contemporary India - a transition which perhaps works better in theory than in practise. The film follows the story of Trishna, a peasant girl played by Freida Pinto, who meets British-Indian Jay Singh,...

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This Means War – Review

This Means War – Review

What happens when two top CIA spies fall for the same girl? The answer can be found in This Means War, a film that has everything, especially if you are looking for three good-looking people in an action-packed and humorous spy caper. Directed by McG, of Charlie's Angels and Terminator Salvation fame, we...

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W.E. – Review

W.E. – Review

Madonna's second directorial effort W.E., although brave, sadly doesn't live up to expectations. When you hear the name Madonna followed by 'film', scepticism will most likely follow. I mean, if you were to take away her Golden Globe for her performance in Evita, her film career is nothing to shout...

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Mr. Nobody – DVD Review

Mr. Nobody – DVD Review

Mr. Nobody, starring Jared Leto and Diane Kruger is something of a rarity, in that even when you have little idea about what exactly is going on, it’s still very much enjoyable. It was one of my main criticisms of Christopher Nolan’s Inception – not enough people understood it. Yet for all its...

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Jane Eyre – Review

Jane Eyre – Review

The new film based on Charlotte Bronte's classic novel is a modern, intimate take on the story that has inspired generations. In this dusky adaptation of Jane Eyre, Mia Wasikowska plays the 19th century heroine in a tender, yet strong light. Very well-practised at portraying tragic inner turmoil with...

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Penelope Cruz on Pirates of the Caribbean set

Penelope Cruz on  Pirates of the  Caribbean set

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