Crude Awakening
June 12th, 2008

Baku’s oil simply ran out, a phenomenon an increasing number of scientists believe is happening everywhere. If the figures in the movie are to be believed, finds have been decreasing, and in light of recent skyrocketing fuel prices, the technology needed to extract oil that’s ever-harder to reach will only raise the cost higher.

F for Fake
May 28th, 2009

The film rambles off topic and uses everything from the staged conversations of a stageplay to the existing clips of a news broadcast to deliver Welle’s thesis; that when it comes to art, you can’t trust anybody — not even him for telling you what he knows

Dave Hughes Live
October 26th, 2006

Drawing strongly on his own life and background (such as the fact that he’s never had much success with women and has only had two girlfriends) gives Hughesy a lot of his material, along with the usual comment on the absurdities of life that are the stand up comic’s usual stock in trade.

Die Anther Day
July 1st, 2003

After an early stumble with Brosnan in 007’s shoes, Tamahori and writers Purvis and Wade have not only brought Bond back into his own, they’ve sent him into the stratosphere.

Monsters vs Aliens
October 1st, 2009

A few funny jokes round out a so-so kids movie that needed more to stand out from an increasingly large crowd. For the littlies, there’s an extra disc with a short about Seth Rogen’s character (the gelatinous Bob) and loads of extras.

The Notorious Bettie Page
September 1st, 2007

But here’s the most interesting thing about the movie; there’s hardly a word of swearing (in fact, Bettie scolds a colleague for the language in a bawdy song), no blood, no violence, hardly even a raised voice, yet the film’s rated MA. Have we really come so far in 50 years?

Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story If Michael Winterbottom had a nickname, it would undoubtedly be 'Mr Postmodern'. ...
March 15th, 2007

Bangkok Dangerous It's quite common for an American studio or director to remake and ...
January 14th, 2010

Romance & Cigarettes This film sat finished on studio shelves for a couple of years ...
March 6th, 2008

Edmond Do tales of urban alienation and the odds stacked against the modern ...
December 21st, 2006

Majestic, The The Film You'll hear the word 'Capra-esque' used a lot describing films set ...
March 1st, 2003

In the Valley of Elah Studios thought the American public wanted movies about the Iraq war, but ...
August 21st, 2008

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