20 February 2014
Despite its all-star cast, this fantasy romance is a turkey.
Cinema classics: War Horse
14 February 2014
This is everything an equine movie should be: cheesy and melodramatic but sincere and uplifting.
Are the Oscars a reliable guide to artistic quality?
10 February 2014
Why are some films ridiculously over-hyped?
Philip Seymour Hoffman: a rare breed of actor
04 February 2014
He commanded audience attention because of his raw acting talent.
No sweet nostalgia in the Coen brothers’ take on folk music
03 February 2014
The perfect antidote to Sixties sentimentality.
Cinema Classics: The General (1926)
28 January 2014
The one silent film that everyone must see! A hilarious comedy about the American Civil War.
Dreams do come true
24 January 2014
Ben Stiller's updated The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is a delightful fantasy.
Cinema Classics: The Night of the Hunter (1955)
22 January 2014
A brilliantly bewitching thriller has just been rereleased. It will scare the socks off you.
Cinema Classics: All About Eve (1950)
12 January 2014
A stunning performance by the immortal Bette Davis.
Cinema Classics: La Belle et la Bete (1946)
07 January 2014
Jean Cocteau's masterpiece has been called “the most perfect cinematic fable ever told”.
Top 10 inspiring biopics to see this holiday season… or any time of the year
Ruth Maramis | 05 January 2014
And tell us your favourites, too.
A complex moral drama in Middle-earth
30 December 2013
The second instalment of The Hobbit trilogy is both surprisingly entertaining and thoughtful.
Catching Fire shows how to make a brilliant sequel
09 December 2013
Great acting, a gripping story, relevant themes: what more could you want?
Why TV beats the box office
08 November 2013
The cinema is slugging it out with television.
24 October 2013
Cate Blanchett's performance will have you cheering for the most unlikely of underdogs.
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