Review: Fright Night

Writer-director Tom Holland’s post-modern vampire film celebrates the traditional conventions of the genre with its tongue firmly pressed against its cheek. The self-referential humour brilliantly updates the vampire film while perfectly playing to the popular sensibilities of...

Review: L.A. Story

Woody Allen wrote about his beloved New York City, making the classics Annie Hall and Manhattan to name just two. With the same zeal and affection, Steve Martin did the same for his adopted home Los Angeles. The city of angels, with its quirks and idiosyncrasies seen through the...

Review: Leap of Faith

Steve Martin is conman Jonas Nightengale who travels the country with his Christian ministry selling the idea of faith and the power of god to bring good health and prosperity to those that come to his show. He uses all the tricks in the book – from cameras and recording...

Review: Roxanne

Steve Martin falls in love with Daryl Hannah’s Roxanne but there’s one very big problem – his nose. When good-looking Chris arrives on the scene, he asks Martin’s C.D. Bales to help him write love letters to Roxanne. C.D. agrees, opening his heart to the girl but posing as Chris....