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Focus Review

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 18:56

With only two major roles under his belt since 2008's Seven Pounds, Will Smith has been pretty quiet recently. Focus marks the actor's first leading role since Men in Black 3 back in 2012 and, judging by his IMDb credits – taken with a pinch of salt, of course – it would seem this is the beginning of something of a comeback.


The Highs & Lows of the Oscars 2015

Monday, 23 February 2015 19:09

Well the 87th Annual Academy Awards have come and gone for another year and much like every year, there were enough positive, memorable moments at last night's ceremony that make the overlong, often dull and particularly predictable show worthwhile.


Oscar Winners 2015

Monday, 23 February 2015 17:39

We'll delve into what was an up-and-down ceremony (as it is every year, really) in another article, but for now, here is the full list of winners from the 87th Academy Awards. The awards were largely spread over a number of films but it was Birdman that scored the biggest awards, taking home Best Picture, Best Director for Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Best Original Screenplay. The Grand Budapest Hotel equalled Birdman's four wins by sweeping most of the craft categories, while Whiplash's wins for its editing, sound mixing and supporting actor JK Simmons gave it a very respectably three wins on the night. 


Final Oscar Predictions 2015

Saturday, 21 February 2015 17:15

It's finally that time. All the buzz, predictions, precursors, snubs, smear campaigns, hype and outrage of the past year will come to an end this Sunday - for a few days at least – when the great and good of Hollywood descend upon the Kodak Theatre to award the 2015 Oscars.


Kingsman: The Secret Service Review

Friday, 20 February 2015 15:35

Kingsman: The Secret Service is a pastiche of Moore-era Bond films via the twisted sensibilities of comic book guru Mark Millar and director Matthew Vaughn – the team behind Kick-Ass – and it's every bit as violent, ridiculous, provocative and flat-out enjoyable as that sounds.


Fifty Shades of Grey Review

Thursday, 19 February 2015 22:57

Fifty Shades of Grey – Sam Taylor-Johnson's big screen adaptation of EL James' bestseller – is a bizarre film, and not because of its now-infamous BDSM sex scenes. The story's origins as Twilight fan fiction are apparent as virginal lip-biting heroine Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) falls for smouldering, troubled hero Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) who tries to induct her into his world. But instead of vampires, werewolves and immortality, Christian's world is all about riding crops, floggers and spanking.


Selma Review

Sunday, 15 February 2015 14:28

Considering Hollywood's love of biopics, particularly those about great men who shaped history, it's surprising that it has taken this long for someone to tackle Martin Luther King Jr, the massively influential figure at the centre of the civil rights movement in 1960's USA. However, rather than a conventional and syrupy run down of King's life, Ava DuVernay's Selma is a powerful and passionate account of the civil rights marches King organised in Alabama in 1965, from Selma to the state capital of Montgomery.


Ex Machina Review

Tuesday, 03 February 2015 21:22

After writing the likes of 28 Days Later, Never Let Me Go and Dredd, screenwriter and novelist Alex Garland has stepped up to the director's chair with Ex Machina, a devilishly smart and gripping sci-fi exploration of our relationship with technology and the worrying truth that our search engines know us better than anyone else.

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