TV Review: The Newsroom 1.2, "News Night 2.0"
The Newsroom still hasn't hit its stride but we have faith in it becoming something significant. …
TV Review: The Newsroom 1.1, 'We Just Decided To'
This first episode represented Sorkin at his very best and Sorkin at his very worst.
HUGO Review: Scorsese's Love Letter To Cinema
If you consider yourself an avid fan of movies, Hugo is nothing short of a gratifying experience in what can come from a master who is given all the tools of his craft and told to create something special. …
CARS 2 Blu-Ray Review: By No Means Perfect, But It's Still Pixar
Pixar's "first failure" revs onto 3D blu-ray today, in a mind-bogglingly good transfer. And it's not as bad as some might have you believe.…
OUR IDIOT BROTHER Review: Heartfelt And Funny
Like a great shining beacon of hope in the Mean-Spirited Comedy Summer of 2011, Our Idiot Brother boasts a heartfelt message delivered through Paul Rudd’s unfiltered, socially retarded but almost preternaturally good-hearted Ned.…
CARS 2 Review: Pixar's First Sub-Par Effort!
“Out of gas”, “running on fumes” and “in need of an oil change” are just a few of the painfully unfunny puns that nevertheless serve as relevant judgements on Pixar’s latest film – and first real dud – Cars 2. …
Cars 2 Interviews #3: Actress Emily Mortimer
Last month we spoke to actress Emily Mortimer on the grounds of Pixar about her role as super-sleek British spy Holly Shiftwell - one of the heroes of Cars 2.…
Martin Scorsese's HUGO Trailer Totally Lacks The Invention of Cabret
I dearly love the work of Martin Scorsese but this film doesn't feel like it carries his usual energy... he is one of my favourite filmmakers of all time but the whole project feels like one a sell-out would make. …