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The Proposal
June 18th, 2009

Occasionally you realise the genre can rise above the forgettable standards set by most films in it, and as The Proposal shows, only one thing can do so, and that’s people with chemistry who know how to be funny.

One Hour Photo
January 30th, 2003

If someone had told us any time throughout the eighties and nineties that Robin Williams could be a psychotic killer (like he was in Insomnia), we’d laugh like you’d told us the dorky English guy from Remington Steele would make a decent James Bond.


S.W.A.T.
November 27th, 2003

It’s so general the story does little to tie the characters to anything like a real SWAT unit — apart from the costumes and big trucks, they could be any superhero movie cops from the last thirty years.

Felicity
May 28th, 2009

If you watch enough movies from Australia in the 70s and 80s, the men are all beer swilling ockers and the woman speak with British accents in an attempt that was popular at the time to distance them from real Australians, considered (even by the directors making movies about them) to be an international embarrassment.


Star Trek
May 7th, 2009

So bigger still than the question of whether Hollywood golden boy J J Abrams would do the Star Trek name justice is that for the first time ever it’s the perfect blend of rich mythology and rollicking adventure.

Dying Breed
December 3rd, 2008

When the foursome stumble on a small forest town straight out of the 1950s and populated with weirdos (including the obligatory scary kid), they don’t realise there are traditions the locals keep very much alive.






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March 20th, 2008

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Bad Education Directed by Pedro Almodovar Starring Gael Garcia Benal, Fele Martinez, Daniel Gimenez Cacho The ...
March 31st, 2005

Resident Evil; Apocalypse Director; Alexander Witt Starring; Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Mike Epps, Oded Fehr. The true ...
October 28th, 2004

The Wind That Shakes the Barley Ken Loach was always heading for a Palme D'or at Cannes. Too ...
March 22nd, 2007

Cashback Xpress spoke to Cashback writer/director Sean Ellis over a very dodgy line ...
July 19th, 2007


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