Isabel Coixet bring us an insightful, refreshing and mercifully cliché-free look at a woman in her early 60s learning to start over through learning to drive.
Wendy, a New York book critic (played by the marvelous Patricia Clarkson) whose husband, Ted (Jake Weber) leaves her after 21 years of marriage decides
There have been some fine examples of indie Brit sci-fi of late, with Under the Skin and Ex_Machina bringing brains and beauty to the genre. But this high-concept UK/Euro thriller is neither as big nor clever as it thinks it is.
Brand New-U follows Slater (Lachlan Nieboer) as he pursues the
Sleeping With Other People is from the writer and director of The Bachelorette and tries to be adventurous but in the end leaves you thinking sleeping with other people gets tiresome quickly.
Lainey (Alison Brie) loses her virginity to Jake (Jason Sudeikis) at college and then for the intervening years they
GetPaidTo – the new cashback and rewards website – has revealed the nation’s favourite fictional TV dad is Homer Simpson of America’s longest-running animated programme The Simpsons.
In the run up to Father’s Day this year, GetPaidTo asked 1,000 Brits to vote for their favourite onscreen father figure. Even with recent whispers
The original Secret Cinema.
Screening this month at Edinburgh Film Festival, this documentary from Ilinca Calugareanu uncovers a secret film phenomenon in 1980s Romania – a country under the cosh of communism.
In a world where borders are closed, television is absurdly censored, and a VCR costs the same as a new