Ciaran Hinds

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9 Game Of Thrones Actors Who Were Also In Harry Potter

Jim Broadbent wasn't the first...
By James Hunt
Film

Edinburgh Film Festival Day 3 - Desert Runners, The Sea, uwantme2killhim?

By Adam Whyte
Film

The Dark Knight Rises: 6 Batman Villains We Could Have Seen

6 villains that would have worked well in TDKR and in Nolan's Batman universe.
By Brad Williams
Film

John Carter Reviews & Feedback: What Did You Think?

Did you love the movie, are you planning on seeing it this weekend or have the trailers reminded you too much of Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace to even bother?…
By Matt Holmes
Film

John Carter Review: Lovingly Made Pulp Fantasy With Boring Human Characters

Pixar veteran Andrew Stanton's debut live action effort is polished, occasionally spectacular and painted on a large canvas, but is ultimately found lacking when it comes to human drama.…
By Robert Beames
Film

Ghost Rider 2 Spirit of Vengeance Review: A Comic Book Disaster

Lacking even the perverse pleasure of a memorable Nicolas Cage performance, this messy superhero pic conjures unpleasant memories of what was until now Marvel’s biggest comic book failure, Elektra.…
By Shaun Munro
Film

Watch John Carter Super Bowl Trailer - 'Avatar Meets Star Wars Prequels'

Walt Disney Pictures epic based on Edgar Rice Burrough's fantasy hero opens March 9th.
By Matt Holmes
Film

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Blu-ray Review: A Slow-Bleeding, Chillingly Beautiful Spy Thriller

Tomas Alfredson's understated, slow-burning spy thriller comes to blu-ray, and reminds everyone how foolish the Academy were for snubbing it's Best Film claim.…
By Simon Gallagher
Film

Four Very Cool GHOST RIDER 2: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE Posters

Visually stunning teaser artwork revealed for the imminent Ghost Rider sequel...
By Owain Paciuszko
Film

THE DEBT Review: A Well-Crafted And Enjoyable Thriller

The Debt is a refreshingly old-fashioned and enjoyable thriller, directed with intensity by John Madden and featuring an excellent cast who make the complex narrative believable…
By Stephen Leigh