We meet smooth-as-silk Bobby and motormouth Stig as they’re planning to rob a bank – a heist that goes even better than they could have imagined
The first Kick Ass courted controversy because of a 10 year old using the ‘C’ bomb in a Hollywood film. This despite the incredibly graphic violence and high kill rate.
This Israeli film raises the same question as the recent Hugh Jackman vehicle Prisoners – does being the victim give you the right to turn vigilante?
Whenever American detective fiction is discussed, there is one name that casts a long shadow over the genre: Raymond Chandler.
Nicholas Winding Refn’s films are always something of a misunderstood talking point, though that is exactly why he has emerged to be one of the most engaging filmmakers of the last fifteen years.
The Escape Artist was televised as three episodes on BBC One. It is very scary so it would have been frightening to have been left waiting
A pretty mindless and strangely hybrid comedy thriller about an East Coast mafia family hiding out in Normandy, France. It’s co-written and directed by Frenchman Luc Besson,
Dom Hemingway (Law) is an emotionally volatile, profane safecracker who’s done a 12 year stretch in clink where he reckons he’s taken the rap for his crime boss Mr Fontaine