Golden Globes 2018 Review

The Golden Globes officially kicked off the awards season of 2018 last night in Hollywood, with plenty of deserving winners and more than a few memorable moments. Mariah Carey mistakenly stole Meryl Streep’s seat, James Franco literally gave Tommy Wiseau an on stage facepalm and every man woman & child diligently wore black this year. [...]

Darkest Hour Review

The Plot As Western Europe teeters on the brink of collapse at the start of World War 2 popular political outsider Winston Churchill becomes the new British prime minister. During Britain’s darkest days Churchill must not only find a way to win over a reluctant political establishment but more importantly avoid total military destruction and [...]

Darkest Hour Review TIFF 2017

The Plot As Western Europe teeters on the brink of collapse at the start of World War 2 popular political outsider Winston Churchill becomes the new British prime minister. During Britain’s darkest days Churchill must not only find a way to win over a reluctant political establishment but more importantly avoid total military destruction and [...]

12 Facts you didn’t know about The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises is the epic conclusion to Director Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed Batman trilogy. While comic book fans may think they already know and love the film as much as possible, here’s 12 interesting facts that might just surprise you and impress your friends at parties… 1. One of our favourite lines when Bane [...]

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review

The Plot Eight years after the events of Rise, ape leader Caesar has built a well maintained community in the redwoods just outside the city of Los Angeles. But when two young apes encounter the first human they’ve seen in two years, events are set in motion that will change both ape and human lives [...]

Andy Serkis Dawn of The Planet of The Apes Q&A

Watch a Q&A with Andy Serkis and a panel of experts for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Directed by Matt Reeves, the much anticipated sequel also stars Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Toby Kebbell, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Enrique Murciano and Kirk Aceved. Following on form the events of the most recent big screen [...]

Robocop Review

The Plot: In the near future, OmiCorp, the world’s leading weapons manufacturer, sets out to create the first ever man/robot hybrid to protect the streets of America. But things soon go wrong when their test subject, family man Alex Murphy begins to go against the machine inside him. Joel Kinnaman dons the iconic suit in this [...]

Gary Oldman Admits Star Wars Talks

In the latest in the endless stream of Star Wars Episode VII casting rumors Gary Oldman has admitted that he’s been approached about joining the cast of J.J. Abrams film. Talking to sky movies the actor responded to whether he’d follow up his work on massive franchises like Batman & Harry Potter by getting involved [...]

London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Winners 2014

The 34th London Critics’s Circle Film Awards took place last night, with Steve McQueen’s slavery biopic 12 Year A Slave scooping top prize for Best Film, Actor and Supporting Actress.  Other key winners on the night included Filth, Gravity, The Selfish Giant and Gary Oldman receiving the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film Full list on [...]

London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Nominations

The nominations for the 34th London Critics’ Circle Film Awards were announced today, with British director Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave topping members’ ballots with 9 nominations. Gary Oldman will be accepting the Circle’s most prestigious award, the Dilys Powell Award For Excellence In Film at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards on 2 [...]