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Eye-catching but conventional comic book adaptation that may disappoint.
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...
Feline Dunst and spurting white goo? It can only be Hollywood's latest assault on your senses.
Low budget innovation and narcissism collide in this arresting debut.
Sean Penn is true to form in this interesting historical thriller with contemporary relevance.
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...
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...
This new documentary from the director of Manufacturing Consent begins with a forceful denial that the world we have adapted to –...
The entrancing story of a musical genius who defies the odds.
The first German film to be accepted at Cannes for 11 years provides some serious food for revolutionary thought.
It’s a little late in the day, but not too late if you run, to catch Errol Morris’ scintillating doc – The Fog of...
It appears that barely a month passes without the release of a film that questions the nature of identity and perceptions of reality, however for...
in 1952 Ernesto Guevara, a 23-year-old medical student, sets out from the comfort of his bourgeois Buenos Aires home to explore South America...
Henry K bemoans the absence of one of Antonioni’s finest works from a season showing at London's National Film Theatre, and dissects its political importance.
'Forgive them lord... they know not what they do', said Robert Powell, shooting Zeffirelli's Jesus Of Nazareth. After the take, Laurence...
Ash Ghadiali looks at Robert Greenwald's Walmart film and asks just what is Michael Moore's legacy for the art of the documentary.
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