This French indie makes heterosexual men uncomfortable because ‘man’ is neither the root of nor the solution to the women’s problems.
Hancock’s Saving Mr. Banks is a gross misrepresentation of both the creator of Mary Poppins and Walt Disney.
Joe Swanberg brings you as close to working in a brewery as you will ever get.
In the second instalment of the Hobbit trilogy, Peter Jackson picks up the pace and stamps his own vision on Tolkien’s original.
The Counsellor has more in common with Spring Breakers than you might think.
The Coen Brothers film shows how music is made, lived, and un-made.
Visually striking 3D cinema is non-existent. Unless it makes a bloody body part fly at you in a cheesy slasher flick.
Finally, we get our first glance at The Winter Soldier as the international trailer drops.
Woody Allen’s most famous New York romantic shambles in 19 syllables.
Bob Dylan at Royal Albert Hall, London, 28th November 2013 review. “When the truth becomes legend, print the legend.” The phrase is particularly apt…