There's a copy of Righteous Kill sitting in my house right now and I have no desire to watch it. It's not a rental, it's there to stay, I could put it on whenever I felt like it, no pressure. I could take any 90 minutes out of
I thought I'd begin writing a quite possibly regular ramble about films that I might possibly classify as 'Guilty Pleasures', they might also be called 'Bad Movies' or 'Cult Films'. Anyway, I'm going to begin by waffling on about what is probably the Guiltiest of all my Guilty Pleasures,
Well, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is out there now and it's made all the money in the world over its opening weekend, and we've got the happy treat of the final movie being released as two movies before the whole sorry saga can be put to bed and
Having just got back from watching Public Enemies I can happily say that it's the best Johnny Depp film for about eight years. Sadly, this isn't saying much anymore. There once was a time when I regarded Johnny Depp as one of the finest and most versatile actors
By Martyn Conterio.
French filmmaker Claire Denis' latest film 35 Rhums (35 Shots Of Rum) is a wonderful return to form after the ponderous L'Intrus (The Intruder).
35 Rhums is loosely based on Ozu's Late Spring, and is the story of a father and daughter living in a working class Parisian district. The daughter, a university student is on the