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Six Of The Best: Actors Who Can Sing

Still thrilled at how utterly perfect the Vox Lux soundtrack is, it made me realise something: I didn’t actually know that Natalie Portman could sing. Sure, many actors go through drama schools where...
The Sisters Brothers

The Sisters Brothers

In so many ways, The Sisters Brothers isn’t your typical Western. There isn’t an over abundance of violence; there are no Native Americans or other ethnic groups drafted in as a perceived...
Stan & Ollie

Stan & Ollie – Review

“I’ve got a feeling that no one wants to see Laurel and Hardy pictures any more.”  Two titans of cinema – Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy – find themselves in the twilight ...

Kong: Skull Island Review

Kong: Skull Island is the blockbuster debut for director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, and his first film since his coming of age drama Kings of Summer two years ago. Despite Kong being typical for the genre,...

Tale Of Tales

For many years, Disney cornered the market on bringing fairy tales to the big screen. In doing so they took some quite dark material and removed or softened the harsh edges to make a product that is ...

Life After Beth

Low budget film making where film making risks is now being taken. Movies with huge budgets tend to have too much to lose if they try to do something different and fail. We are talking hundreds of mi...

Carnage

Moviescramble reviews the 2011 Roman Polanski drama Carnage There is probably not another figure in cinema with the same notoriety as Polish film director Roman Polanski. From directing acclaimed fil...