Nik Huggins

About Nik Huggins

Cinema has fascinated me for as long as I can remember, and when something takes hold of your life so completely it's only natural to want to shout about it. To the relief of everyone who gets bored with me harping on about great movies they'll never see, I started writing for Future Movies in the summer of 2001.

Author Archives: Nik Huggins

The Italian Job (1969)

May 15th, 2009 | by Nik Huggins

An English institution as ingrained and blissfully unnecessary as moaning about the weather or queuing, The Italian Job has charmed

2001 : A Space Odyssey

June 3rd, 2006 | by Nik Huggins

Kubrick’s Milestone cinematic achievement exists still as much more than merely a technical tour de force, an exhaustive and intricate

Charlie Kaufman

February 1st, 2005 | by Nik Huggins

Ask people to name a contemporary screenwriter and even some of the most ardent film buffs might be left scratching

Meet the Fockers

January 28th, 2005 | by Nik Huggins

Payback’s been a long time coming, but in Meet the Fockers (yes, you read it right), the hotly anticipated sequel

Peter Webber Interview

November 1st, 2004 | by Nik Huggins

A love of art brought them together. In Peter Webber’s debut feature film, Girl With A Pearl Earring, a passionate,

Coffee and Cigarettes

October 29th, 2004 | by Nik Huggins

How much time do you devote to your daily addictions? How long do you spend sitting around shooting the breeze?

Dead Man’s Shoes

September 29th, 2004 | by Nik Huggins

Shane Meadows shrugs off the wry, bittersweet working class attitude evident in films such as 24-7 and “Once Upon A


September 17th, 2004 | by Nik Huggins

King of the urban thriller, Michael Mann, adds a stylish new title to the cannon with Collateral, a return to

Code 46

September 17th, 2004 | by Nik Huggins

Prolific British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom continues to cross genres, and now timelines, with Code 46, an exploratory story of doomed

Penny Woolcock Interview

September 3rd, 2004 | by Nik Huggins

Acclaimed British filmmaker Penny Woolcock talks about her new film, The Principles of Lust, an intense tale of one mans

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