Ed Colley

About Ed Colley

I am now pursuing my dream of being paid to watch films, but even if I do not reach my ambition, I will still forever more enjoy watching a Sunday afternoon matinee with a cup of tea and large packet of chocolate biscuits.


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Munich

January 27th, 2006 | by Ed Colley

With Munich, Steven Spielberg has knowingly taken a giant leap from his safety zone and confronts one of the most


King Kong

December 15th, 2005 | by Ed Colley

OK. We’re both busy people so I’ll keep this brief. King Kong kicks the proverbial bottom. Yes, at 3 hours


Madagascar

July 15th, 2005 | by Ed Colley

You can see what Dreamworks were trying to go for with the Ben Stiller/Chris Rock vehicle that is Madagascar, a


The Descent

July 8th, 2005 | by Ed Colley

Before I start reviewing The Descent, the second major feature from Dog Soldiers director Neil Marshall, I feel a slight


Palindromes

May 6th, 2005 | by Ed Colley

To begin: a word of warning. Those of you familiar with the previous work of Todd Solondz, will know that


Dear Frankie

January 21st, 2005 | by Ed Colley

Dear Frankie is what a romantic comedy penned by someone like Nancy Meyer or Nora Ephron would be like if


Ray

January 18th, 2005 | by Ed Colley

Before I saw Taylor Hackford’s biopic of the great man, my paltry experience of Ray Charles was limited to his


The Manchurian Candidate

November 19th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

The last couple of months have seen a glut of politically-aware documentary films, which have tackled subjects ranging from George


Man On Fire

October 6th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

Looking at the synopsis for Man on Fire, you can see exactly how much of a guilty pleasure this film



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