Previews: Dark River Poster, Oceans 8, More!

Plenty in this pre-Christmas preview of coming events, including the new Dark River poster, Gringo, Oceans 8, and more… Dark River Poster Here is the new Dark River poster. The drama is about fraught relationship between a brother and a sister. Directed by Clio Bernard, the film stars Ruth Wilson, Mark Stanley, and Sean Bean. Dark River will be released […]

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Stuff To Look At

A veritable profusion of cinema-related goodness this week, with the new Tammy trailer, Under The Skin and Miss Piggy… Tammy Above is the first Tammy trailer. The comedy stars Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon, Dan Aykroyd and Kathy Bates. Apparently, Susan Sarandon plays Melissa McCarthy’s grandmother. I’m not sure how this is possible, given how young Sarandon looks. Perhaps she is […]

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Stuff To Look At

Plenty of cinematic treasure this week, with the new A Million Ways to Die in the West trailer, Noah, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and more… A Million Ways to Die in the West Warning: this A Million Ways to Die in the West trailer is red band. A Million Ways to Die in the West is the latest film […]

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Film Review: Love Is All You Need

Susanne Bier’s follow-up to In a Better World is a competently-produced romantic drama. Love Is All You Need may not offer many surprises, but it is a rewarding film. Hairdresser Ida is recovering from cancer treatments. After catching her husband in a¬†uncompromising¬†position, Ida travels to Italy for her daughter’s wedding. On her way, she meets the father of the groom […]

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I Don’t Know How She Does It Trailer

I Don’t Know How She Does It is released in the UK on 16th September 2011. From the trailer, it looks as if Sarah Jessica Parker is in full-on Carrie Bradshaw mode, narrating the film and speaking directly to the camera. It seems as if this role was meant for Parker, with the character almost an extension of Carrie (being […]

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Film Review: The Ghost

Based on the best-selling novel by Robert Harris, The Ghost exhibits why Roman Polanski is widely considered one of the greatest directors. From the very beginning the film is captivating, drawing in the viewer until the end credits roll. The Ghost tells the story of a ghost writer who is commissioned to help finish the memoirs of the former British […]

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