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Articles Posted in the " Hollywood " Category

  • Juliette Lewis Top Ten

    Juliette Lewis first garnered major critical acclaim in Martin Scorsese’s Cape Fear, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress. Since then she’s starred in countless critically acclaimed films and TV series, including What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Natural Born Killers and From Dusk Till Dawn. To […]



  • Enemy (15) Film Review

    Dir. Denis Villeneuve, Canada/Spain, 2014, 90 mins Cast: Jake Gyllenhall, Melanie Laurent, Sarah Gadon Review by Antony Palmer Two Jake Gyllenhalls, a kinky underground sex club and a city overrun with spiders ... you could be forgiven for thinking this is the latest from Canadian provocateur David Cronenberg. However, it’s actually the latest from his […]


  • The Thief of Baghdad (U)

    Dir. Raoul Walsh, USA, 1924, 140 mins Cast: Douglas Fairbanks, Snitz Edwards, Sôjin Kamiyama, Anna May Wong Review by Colin Dibben One of the costliest Hollywood productions of the Silent Era, The Thief of Baghdad is undoubtedly spectacular, even if it demonstrates the kind of spectacle that no longer engages us fully. In this version […]



  • Wolf Creek 2 (18) Home Entertainment Review

    Dir. Greg Mclean, Australia, 2013, 106 mins Cast: John Jarratt, Ryan Corr, Shannon Ashlyn, Philippe Klaus Review by Colin Dibben Mick Taylor, the Australian Outback killer, is back – and he’s as curmudgeonly and sociopathic as ever. But we like him! Wolf Creek was a big hit, so a sequel makes sense. It’s a bit […]


  • M (PG)

    Dir. Fritz Lang, Germany, 1931, 111 mins, in German with English subtitles Cast:Peter Lorre, Otto Wernicke, Gustaf Grundgens Review by Colin Dibben Not only a great thriller but also a blueprint for the crime film genre, Fritz Lang’s M is a film I would put my hand on my heart and call a classic. Peter […]


  • Two Days, One Night (15) Film Review

    Dir. Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Belgium, 2014, 95 mins, in French with English subtitles Cast: Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione Review by Colin Dibben A brilliantly stripped-down, pared-back ethical drama that explores issues of personal and collective choice with a lightness that's utterly invigorating. Late on a Friday afternoon, Sandra (Cotillard), recovering at home from depression, […]


  • Cambridge Film Festival announces full programme line-up – 28 August – 7 September

    The Cambridge Film Festival, the UK's third longest-running film festival returns for its 34th edition, 28th August – 7th September 2014 at the Arts Picturehouse and other venues across Cambridge. One of the UK’s most prestigious and well-respected film festivals, with a growing international reputation, the Cambridge Film Festival is operated by the charitable Cambridge […]



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