The Way, Way Back is yet another coming-of-age story, this time about a fourteen year old who is dragged to his mum’s boyfriend’s beach house for some Summer family bonding. Stuck in his socially awkward skin and rejected by his (fairly stereotypically) bitchy step-sister (Zoe Levin), Duncan (Liam James) goes […]
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If Martin McDonagh needs to take four years between every release, he’s welcome to do so as long as they come out like this. In Bruges was very good, but Seven Psychopaths is a step up, and that’s not just because there’s a dog in it. McDonagh has returned with […]
For many people, Cowboys & Aliens was a very disappointing blockbuster movie and it was dismissed by many others when it appeared to “underperform” at the box office. Well, I think that we had some definite disappointments in 2011 but I’m pretty sure the worldwide economic situation had as much […]
It’s hard to think of material that has been revised and re-interpreted as much as The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy. It’s even harder to think of something that has gone through so many mediums and retained an essence of quality that has kept loyal fans so, well, loyal. Radio […]
Roger Ebert memorably described Lawn Dogs as resembling an accident at the symbol factory, and it’s hard to disagree. It is an interesting fairy-tale – literally – with 10 year old Devon, in a voice over, intoning the story of Babi Yaga the evil child-stealing witch who lives in a […]
Scarlett Johansson and Sam Rockwell will star in a “lost” Stanley Kubrick project. The script for the film, Lunatics at Large, was discovered several years ago after the late director of such classics as Dr. Strangelove and The Shining had commissioned writer Jim Thompson to write a treatment back in […]