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In March 2001 the gigantic statue of Buddha hewn in a cavity of the rock in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, was destroyed by the ruling Taliban, along with...
Sean Penn is true to form in this interesting historical thriller with contemporary relevance.
Low budget innovation and narcissism collide in this arresting debut.
Feline Dunst and spurting white goo? It can only be Hollywood's latest assault on your senses.
This is Julie Bertuccelli’s first walk into the world of fiction, although, she affirms, it is taken from a true story. Set in the former...
Eye-catching but conventional comic book adaptation that may disappoint.
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.
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.
Visceral, effing bizarre, creepy and traumatic... From Chris Cunningham's first short we wouldn't expect anything less.
(warning: this review reveals the plot ending)"The devil's on holiday with you..." so prophesies an eccentric stranger at an...
It's a movie, Jim, but not as we know it.... muses Tara P. Nevertheless, this low budget sci-fi flick impresses.
Imagine a film shot in the style of the young adventures of Bruce Lee, with table-tennis bats, in Heartbreak High, in a Manga comic, in...
One of the last British silent films, Piccadilly delves into the heart of London's entertainment industry, exposing its hypocrisies and...
In his fourth feature Solondz returns to his familiar style of politically incorrect and irreverent black humour. The story's set around the young...
Friday the thirteenth brought a double dose of good fortune for London's cinema-goers, with the UK release of both Lars von Trier's...
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...
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