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Tom Hanks’ Charm Fails To Lift The Forgettable “A Hologram For The King”

Writer-director Tom Tykwer's film boasts a charming performance from the dependable Tom Hanks but very little else...

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Why This Newly Released Image From “Alien: Covenant” Makes Me Very Excited

Ridley Scott's sequel to Prometheus lands in UK cinemas in May and, ahead of a new clip this week, this image from the film has been released...
Posted On 21 Feb 2017

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The Best Female Buddy Movies

From Thelma and Louise and A League of Their Own to Walking and Talking and Career Girls, Top 10 Films takes a look at the best female buddy movies.

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“Network” Is Still Mad As Hell

Mark Fraser revisits Network, a film which provides a possible explanation as to how news media evolved into the cultural colossus that it is today...
Posted On 30 Jan 2017

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London Film School Students Bag Big Wins At 67th Berlinale

It has been a strong year for London Film School students and alumni at the 67th Berlinale as four awards headed its way...

Why This Newly Released Image From “Alien: Covenant” Makes Me Very Excited

Ridley Scott's sequel to Prometheus lands in UK cinemas in May and, ahead of a new clip this week, this image from the film has been released...
Posted On 21 Feb 2017

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru Is Live From Caerphilly Castle With “Macbeth”

Welsh theatre company Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru will broadcast Macbeth live from Caerphilly Castle to venues across Wales on February 14...

Directors

Top 10 Films Of Sidney Lumet

Sidney Lumet, over a 50-year career, was responsible for some of Hollywood's most memorable movies. The likes of 12 Angry Men, Network & Dog Day Afternoon represent some of the best films of the modern age.

Actors

Top 10 Danny DeVito Performances

Danny Devito gets the Top 10 Films treatment with a look at some of his best performances...

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“Indochine” Is Sumptuous, Sweeping & Grandiose

Indochine is sumptuous, sweeping & grandiose, embroiling us in political concerns, resurgent Communism and the faltering grip French occupation...
Posted On 16 Feb 2017

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De Palma’s “Raising Cain” Is A Curiously Twisted Treat

Raising Cain isn't one of Brian De Palma's best films but boasts moments of absurd brilliance indicative of one of Hollywood's great stylists...

“Moonlight” Shines As Brightly As Its Writer-Director’s Bold Intentions

The multi-Oscar nominated Moonlight arrives in UK cinemas to similar acclaim seen stateside...

The Stage Is Unequivocally Steve Martin’s In “Roxanne”

Steve Martin's endearing romantic comedy sees his nice-guy fire chief try to help a hapless colleague win a girl's heart only to fall in love...

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Best Oscar Winning Films Of All Time

Oscar winners often divide opinion but it is the pinnacle award for anyone involved in cinema. Here's some of the best...

3 Horror Movies That Shouldn’t Have Been Remade Ever

Remakes often not only fail to live up to the original but also to the expectations of the public...

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Top 10 Lessons Learned From A Dad’s Drive-In Adventure With The Entire Family

Lyndon Wells tells of 10 lessons learned from a family trip to the Moonlight Drive-In Cinema in Paddock Wood, Kent to see Moana...

Underappreciated Films Of 2016

Staying well clear of the blockbusters, superhero movies and sequels, Lyndon Wells runs down his top 10 underappreciated films of 2016...