Movie Reviews

The 39 Steps

August 11th, 2002 | by Mike Barnard

The BFI are celebrating the life and work of Robert Donat. ‘Who?’ I hear you ask. Well, before Mr Donat

The Fifth Element

January 1st, 2002 | by Ed Colley

French director Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element is a film best described by the vernacular of football punditry, for it

Black Hawk Down

January 1st, 2002 | by Nik Huggins

Black Hawk Down can be dissected critically, in two key areas: Viewed as another example of the classic gung-ho “America

The Goonies

January 1st, 2002 | by Nik Huggins

Future Movies takes a look back at one of the all time classic kids movies of the 80’s… Think shocking

Julien Donkey Boy

January 1st, 2001 | by Johan De Silva

Harmony Korine is one of the most promising young directors in mainstream American cinema. His first film, the cult classic

Get Carter

June 10th, 1999 | by Nik Huggins

Once every so often a film emerges that appears to epitomise the very mood of a place at a specific

Blood Ties

January 1st, 1998 | by Coco Forsythe

Missing Buffy? If, like me, you were a big fan of the Buffster, you could do worse than check out

L.A. Confidential

September 19th, 1997 | by Jay Richardson

Director Curtis Hanson and co-scriptwriter Brian Helgeland deservedly won an Oscar for this taut rework of James Ellroy’s epic novel

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