Sci-fi classics really aren’t what they used to be. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes is the latest to get the Hollywood re-envisioning as a follow-up to the excellent Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes.
They said NOAH (12: Paramount) would be a biblical disaster of epic proportions, but they were wrong.
Boyhood is something unique. A film that takes the everyday experiences of growing up and tracks one young man over 12 years, shooting scenes from each of his years from age six to 18.
Since June last year I’ve been learning about dogs. Not in any formal way but by virtue of welcoming a puppy into our household, a golden retriever named Spot.
Popular building toy Lego has featured in several small-scale DVDs, but now it’s been taken to a whole new level.
Oh, if only we could be sure that the title was a guarantee – this week’s big blockbuster release is Transformers: Age of Extinction, and we can only hope they will keep their word.
Ireckon the time is right to give Town Centre Dead Pool another go, don’t you?
Transformers: Age of Extinction is an adventure 65 million years in the making – and one that feels almost that long to watch.
When I look at my community I find it amazing that so many groups, jobs and events rely entirely on people volunteering their time, skill and resources.
Scarlett Johansson is truly mesmerising as an alien taking on the form of a dead womand seducing local men in Scotland in UNDER THE SKIN (15: Studio Canal).
Brace yourselves, there’s another blockbuster Transformers movie out next week.
Apparently it’s aknowledged by the creative cabals in charge of the advertising industry that the traditional TV spot is in the toilet.
“I get to touch people’s lives with what I do and I love it and I want to share this with you.”
Here’s a weird and wonderful crime story set in a hotel that you’ll want to revisit again and again.
Everyone loves cooking shows – Masterchef, Come Dine With Me, Ready Steady Cook. So why not a cooking movie?
I call them marshmallow jobs – the sort of tasks that you think won’t take long and will give you some simple domestic satisfaction, but instead turn out to leave you feeling decidedly queasy after only a few minutes, and anxious to quit. You know, like you think a packet of marshmallows is going to be delicious but after just a couple you feel quite sick. No? Just me, then?