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Controversial but hugely popular, Michael Moore continues his quest to expose the ills of an unjust world.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water... Shot on DV for a fraction of the cost of Hollywood's usual fair, Open Water is...
Anton Corbijn's first feature film forges a fittingly bleak yet affecting depiction of the life and career of Joy Division frontman, the late Ian Curtis.
From Russia with horror. Nght Watch may contain a lot of mumbo jumbo but get past that and it's great, reckons Lance Barrington.
Another excellent Cinema 16 compilation has hit the shelves. Just think of it as a sanctuary for baby hedgehogs, says Lance Barrington.
Frank Miller wrote and drew the original sin city comic books and was writer on the classic batman graphic novels, Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One, which were a major influence on the new film Batman Begins. He has recently co-directed a film version of Sin City.
A handsome young dwarf inherits an abandoned railway station and inadvertently makes friends with three people, resulting in one of the most...
Luck: some have it, some don't, and boy does Bernie Lootz (William H Macy) not have it. In fact, he is so unlucky that he is employed by his friend...
Okay groovy title I know, and the premise sounds mad but here we go – the Gobi Desert, spring 2002: a family of nomadic shepherds assists...
The near future, America is torn apart by civil war and the only thing that might help is musician Jack Fate (Bob Dylan) playing at a benefit...
A new Woody Allen film used to be a thing to be celebrated, you looked forward to it every year like Christmas and you knew it would be intelligent,...
Ever hear the one about the Czech film students and the ruthless satire on consumer society?
Can you imagine a film that does for kung-fu and football what Airplane did for the aviation disaster? Nor could we, until he saw this.
This comedy of literary largesse and family strife confirms Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri as the creative powerhouses of French film.
Ligers, llamas, and beaten egg as tasty drink: welcome to the world of Napoleon Dynamite, the ginger afro-ed, master doodling, eponymous star of the...
2046 is a delirious slice of melancholy that may be just about the most ravishing thing you've seen on the big screen since... Well, it's...
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