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Princes Charles Cinema to Host Robin Williams Season for Charity Mind

Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square will host a short season of films starring Robin Williams to celebrate his life and raise both funds and awareness for mental health charity Mind. Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square aims to raise much needed awareness as well as...

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Top 5 Film Festival Sensations

The London Film Festival is in full swing. So, Top 10 Films & The Reel Deal film show check out five great movies that made a splash at film festivals around the world before becoming widespread...

Directors

Top 10 Films of Stanley Kubrick

It's a filmography filled with masterpieces - A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove - as Neal Damiano takes a look at the top 10 Stanley Kubrick films...

Actors

Top 10 Sexiest Eva Green Performances

Eva Green turned heads in Bernardo Bertolucci's The Dreamers before establishing super stardom thanks to her portrayal of Bond Girl Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale. We check out her sexiest performances...

Iconic Images

Iconic Images: Jurassic Park (1993)

Another iconic image to commemorate a Hollywood legend. Last week it was Robin Williams, this time's it's the great Richard Attenborough appearing here in Steven Spielberg's fantasy epic Jurassic Park.

Great Movie Posters

Great Film Posters: Inherent Vice (2014)

Paul Thomas Anderson, the director of critically-acclaimed hits such as There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights returns this December with "surf noir" Inherent Vice based on the novel by Thomas Pynchon

Classic Scenes

Classic Scenes #15: Kes (1969)

While football (soccer) hasn’t appeared in film as many times as other popular American sports there have been some great examples of the game in the movies. Kes is one of the finest… The following is extracted from my Top 10 Films about Football Kes sees timid,...

Reviews

Despite Playful Humour & Some Good Performances, “Always” is a Spielberg Fumble

Steven Spielberg directs this fantasy-romance based on the 1943 melodrama A Guy Named Joe. Despite some playful humour & some good performances, it's a misstep in the acclaimed director's career.

Comedy

As Funny as a Punch in the Face, “The Hooligan Factory” is an Absolute Stinker

Football might be a "funny old game" but you wouldn't know that from Nick Nevern's pointless hooligan spoof. Ryan Pollard checks out the mess...

Horror

British Found Footage Horror “The Borderlands” Offers a Few Good Scares

British found footage horror The Borderlands sees a group of paranormal investigators document the supernatural activity at a Devonshire church...

Action

Thrilling & Unpredictable, “The Driver” Stands the Test of Time

Walter Hill’s 1978 crime-drama features some impressive car chases and a terrific performance from Bruce Dern as a cop on the hunt for an...

Romance

Despite Playful Humour & Some Good Performances, “Always” is a Spielberg Fumble

Steven Spielberg directs this fantasy-romance based on the 1943 melodrama A Guy Named Joe. Despite some playful humour & some good performances,...

Science-Fiction

“Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor” is Perfect Love Letter to Fans

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor is a pure love letter to the fans, celebrating the past, but looking forward to the future...

Suspense/Thriller

The Latest Spin on “Godzilla” is a Winner

Director Gareth Edwards puts his own spin on Godzilla with this excellent adaptation of Ishiro Honda's groundbreaking creature-feature. Ryan...

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Interview: Xavier Atkins Talks Green Screen Magic, Annoying Little Brothers & Tim Burton’s House

Young actor Xavier Atkins talks to Top 10 Films about new film The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box in which he stars alongside Sam Neill, Michael Sheen and Lena Headey.