Author Archives: Ed Colley

I, Robot

August 6th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

Given that it only claims to be ‘suggested by’ the short stories of Isaac Asimov, anyone expecting I, Robot to

The Stepford Wives

July 30th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

Hollywood, being a minimum-effort kind of industry, just loves making remakes. Not only can a pre-existing knowledge of an original

Capturing the Friedmans

April 9th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

Families are important. It could even be said that as a society we value the strengths of our family ties

Jonny Persey interview

April 5th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

Wondrous Oblivion is that rare breed – a thoughtful, intelligent and warm-hearted British film. Set in 1960’S London, the film

The Passion of The Christ

March 22nd, 2004 | by Ed Colley

I’ll be straight with you. As a Jewish boy from North West London, I’m not overly familiar with the New

Suzie Gold

March 5th, 2004 | by Ed Colley

I was looking forward to the Summer Phoenix-starring yet British romantic comedy Suzie Gold. Not so much because I am

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