Why do actors like Jennifer Aniston stick to the romantic comedy genre, and play the same roles over again? Money? Comfort? Preference?
Nicholas Sparks, author of The Notebook and Dear John, has penned some of Hollywood’s biggest recent tearjerkers. But which is his best?
Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe star in this new gritty crime drama from Allen Hughes.
After the news that Jedi Master Yoda may head his own movie we look at 6 Star Wars characters who deserve their own spin-off films…
Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi play a magician double act trying to prevent a newcomer from stealing their limelight in this film by director Don Scardino
Two slackers fight to save the world from alien monsters in this new offbeat comedy from Don Coscarelli.
Our rundown of the big winners at this year’s BAFTA Awards
With Oscars night 2013 fast approaching we present to you our top ten most successful British actors and actresses in the history of the Academy Awards…
Rock Stars David Bowie and Iggy Pop will be immortalised yet again, this time in a big-screen biopic
As William Shakespeare’s prominence in contemporary culture has somewhat dampened in recent years, we glance a selective eye over some of the most worthy Shakespearean adaptions.
Will our favourite backwards-talking Jedi Master soon be appearing in his own spin-off film? It certainly looks that way!
Taken 2 may be somewhat disappointing but there are still Saturday matinee thrills to be had with this sequel.
We take a quick look back at January’s Sundance Film Festival
Gut is an effective and deeply disturbing American independent that pays homage to one of the genre’s great directors.
Bullet to the Head is a throwback to the ‘buddy-cop’ action thrillers of the 1980s that leaves you yearning for the real thing.