If you’re still looking for a feel-good movie to get you in the right spirit for holiday season, let me introduce you to Bob, the sassiest and cutest cat on screen in ages.
Films involving an alien first contact tend to be loud, in-your-face, macho slugfests that show the inferior, powerless human race come together to fight an evil horde of super-powered mutants.
20 years ago a film was released which has since seen a massive cult following. Danny Boyle has revived one of his biggest films and Trainspotting 2 is hitting our screens early next year.
Benedict Cumberbatch plays the eponymous main character – a dry, egotistical wonder surgeon who – after suffering permanent damage to his hands – embarks on a healing pilgrimage so he can go back to being a doctor again.
It was teased that a new poster for Marvel’s weirdest and possibly best superhero team would be shown but Marvel went one step further and releasing the first teaser of the film. So what was on show?
Daniel Radcliffe has gone on record apologising for the things his character had to say during his latest neo-Nazi flick. However, should he actually be apologising for a painfully dull and un-charismatic performance?
Something always bothered me about the tin-foil-hatted way in which classic art and literature is made to be part of a super-secret puzzle that only one person in the world can solve.
Channel 4’s Walter Presents drama series offers the best that foreign actors, studios and directors to the British public. Deutschland 83 is a prime example of this.
This year Paula Hawkins’ thriller novel The Girl On The Train got the Gone Girl treatment but didn’t quite have heads turning for the same reasons.