Review: A Mighty Heart

A Mighty Heart, based on the memoirs of Mariane Pearl, follows the real life story of Mariane's attempts to find her kidnapped husband. In January 2002, Daniel Pearl was on his way to an interview with Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani as follow up to his investigation for the Wall...

Review: The Heartbreak Kid

Daniel Stephens reviews the Farrelly brothers' 2007 comedy The Heartbreak Kid.

Review: The Girl in the Park

Dan Stephens tales a look at David Auburn's directorial debut The Girl in the Park starring Sigourney Weaver. Weaver plays Julia, a once successful and happy mother, who loses her daughter when at the local park. 16 years later the mental scars are still evident until she meets...

Review: Zombies of Mass Destruction

We review Kevin Hamedani's debut feature film about a biological terrorist attack that turns the inhabitants of sleepy Port Gamble into flesh-eating zombies. The film is released in the UK on Blu-ray and DVD 18th October.

Review: The Brothers Bloom

What happens next when audiences and critics alike are anticipating your next movie with the sort of bated breath usually reserved for long-standing Hollywood veterans whose films demand attention whether they be good or bad. Johnson was tasked, just like successful musicians...

Review: Disturbia

If the best thing about Disturbia is how it updates the age-old story of the mysterious next-door neighbour for a 21st century audience groomed on mobile phones, Ipods, and online gaming, we’re clutching at straws. I’m talking about the sort of straws Tom Hanks couldn’t get his...

Review: The Terminal

Steven Spielberg’s wife Kate Capshaw won’t allow her husband to make comedies. Or so he says. You look at the director’s career to date and comedy only really features as the lighter tones of fantasy and adventure. If indeed Capshaw denies Spielberg comedy because of his...

Spielberg Goes Through the Motions with “The Sugarland Express”

Dan Stephens reviews Spielberg's first US theatrical release The Sugarland Express. The Sugarland Express is one of the director’s lesser known films and for good reason. His trademarks aren’t evident, and while, if you delve into the story’s ideals, you’ll find the subjects...