AMY ADAMS

Six of the Best: Amy Adams

Sharp Objects – the hotly anticipated book based on Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel – premiered on Sky Atlantic this week, starring Amy Adams as an intrepid reporter, re-visiting the town in...
MESRINE

Six Of The Best: True Crime Films

There are five words that can really make a difference to your film viewing experience: Based on a true story. If we, as viewers, that what we’re getting is even just a little snippet of reality, it ...
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...
Cannes Film Festival

Six of the Best: Palme d’Or Winners

The Cannes Film Festival enjoys a long history of both controversy and glamour. It’s the ultimate case of sun, sea and cinema. Its location gives way to the elite and fashionable of European cinema, ...
Paddy Considine

Six of the Best : Paddy Considine

In light of the recent release of Journeyman, and the subsequent high praise it has received critically, it seemed an opportune time to look at some of the other work from the film’s writer, di...

Six of the Best: DCEU

Ok, so the DCEU has failed to live up to critical and commercial expectations of Marvel’s groundbreaking efforts. It’s not to say that there is nothing good about the films, as flawed as ...
Paul Rudd

Six Of The Best: Paul Rudd

It’s strange to think that it has been over twenty years since Paul Rudd burst into public consciousness in 1995’s Clueless – not least because he barely appears to have aged. Rudd has carved out a c...
Alfred Hitchcock

Six of the Best: Hitchcock Villains

Alfred Hitchcock famously once said, “Always make the audience suffer as much as possible.” Nicknamed The Master of Suspense, he certainly endeavoured to provide the cinema going public with as much ...

Six of the Best: Wrestlers Turned Actor

Once upon a time, the idea that a professional wrestler would make the jump to the big screen was met with much derision and mockery. It wasn’t uncommon for the athletes to throw their hat from one r...