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
When Becky (Wilson) tells her friends that she’s about to get married, none of them can quite believe it. Why? Because in their group of pathetically
Based on a novel by Irvine Welsh, this film has a terrific cast of good British actors, led by James McAvoy as corrupt, promotion hungry cop DI Bruce Robertson
Based on American writer Meg Rosoff’s successful young adult novel, this is a story of teenagers in a promisingly adult situation set in an England of the near future.
The setting for the film is the early days of the American occupation of Japan just after the country’s surrender at the end of World War II.
As on-screen philosophers go, you get big bang for your buck with Slavoj Žižek. You have to love this guy – he makes philosophy fun!
Dir. Geoffrey Enthoven, Belgium, 2011, 115 mins, in Dutch, French and Spanish with subtitles Cast: Robrecht Vanden Thoren, Gilles De Schryver, Tom Audenaert, Isabelle De Hertogh Review by Derek Parkinson In Come As You Are three male friends set out to lose their virginity despite facing physical disabilities, over-protective families, and a long drive across […]
Sequel to 2010’s fake docudrama is a more conventionally narrative film that develops into a character study of the poor unfortunate possessed teenager.
The Mister John of the title is a deceased ex-pat Irishman who ran a bar in Singapore and was married to a smart local woman, Kim (Tay), with whom he had a teenage daughter.
A simple, human but profound tale of love and the struggle for personal dignity, Nothing But A Man deftly touches on loads of big issues without being swamped by them.