Pedro Almodovar

Six Of The Best: Pedro Almodovar

When you think of Madrid-native, Pedro Almodovar, three key things spring to mind; colour, close-ups and conversation. Almodovar’s films – from the early, wilder days to more recent years – have alwa...
The Big Sick

The Big Sick

The Big Sick sounds like the way a small child would refer to a bad stomach bug. So, I was worried that this would be another infantile rom-com, packed full of clichés and “missed opportunities”. Act...
The Mountain Between Us

The Mountain Between Us

Romance sells, audiences love the predictability of the plot and expect the clichés presented to them. The Mountain Between Us doesn’t disappoint in this regard, but what makes it original is its pre...

Manhattan Returns To UK Cinemas In 2017

MGM Studios’ Manhattan will return to cinemas on 12 May, opening at BFI Southbank and select sites nationwide. Released as a new 4K digital print scanned from the original camera negative, Wood...

Everyone’s Going To Die – Trailer

After successful and critically acclaimed screenings at film festivals worldwide, the British film Everyone’s Going To Die is getting a UK cinema release. The film stars German actor Nora Tschi...

Aloha – First Trailer

Coming soon is Aloha, the new film from the stylish and somewhat offbeat director Cameron Crowe. His first film for four years is a romantic drama with comedic touches starring Emma Stone, Bradley Co...

Love, Rosie

Making a romantic comedy can be a tricky proposition for film makers. There are certain conventions that audiences have come to expect and this tends to colour their attitude and support of a new fil...

Larry Crowne

It is a known fact within the movie industry that the clout of a major star can get a project to the screen that under other circumstances would have trouble getting made. Tom Hanks has expanded his ...