Given his famous ‘robotic’ American voice, it is easy to forget that renowned physicist Stephen Hawking is actually British, not to mention that amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – the disease that put him in a wheelchair – is the inspiration behind one of the biggest global viral campaigns of this […]
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It should be a requirement that in all screenings of Terry Gilliam’s movies, the film in question should be shown two or three times in succession. Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, and now The Zero Theorem: all beg an immediate re-watch to try and catch-up on all things you missed in round one. Gilliam […]
Director Terry Gilliam brings us another visual feast set in the future and thankfully goes back to his roots. Featuring a multitude of great actors, The Zero Theorem has the fantastic Christoph Waltz at its centre as eccentric recluse Qohen Leth. Leth is a number cruncher, or more accurately an […]
When people saw the first trailer of Steven Spielberg’s follow-up to his 3D performance capture adventure Tintin, many claimed that War Horse was going to be a vomit-inducing sentimental tale of a boy and his horse. However, for those who are familiar with Michael Morpurgo’s 1982 children’s novel of the […]
I don’t think I need to say too much about The Omen before moving on to review the movies in the series. It’s a very particular type of horror movie but it’s quite possibly the best of that type and stands tall as yet another classic of the genre. So […]
Based on quite an extraordinary true story (just google “Philip Williams Falklands” to find out more), Resurrected is far from a perfect film but it’s a quietly powerful one and launched the film careers of both Paul Greengrass and David Thewlis, with both having been involved in numerous TV projects […]
The final adventure for Mr. Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger is so jam-packed with story strands to be tied up, character arcs to be completed and thrills to be had that it has to be spread over two whole movies. And that still may not be enough room to […]