James Bond first strapped on an Omega watch in 1997. Since which time the once-ailing franchise has gone from strength to strength. Coincidence? Every human
Feature about the Technicolor restoration of Apocalypse Now plus ten best Technicolor films ever made
Shame, McQueen and Fassbender's follow-up collaboration to the gruelling Hunger has Fassbender delivering a volcanic performance as a sex addict who's either dialling rent-a-hooker, beating off at work or devouring porn at home.
Halfway through making a documentary about his grandmother, director Dan Edelstyn realised he was going to have to start all over again.
Big guy. Woolly hat. Stubble. Shades. Round shades. Dark round shades. Doesn’t say much. Kills people. Sensitively. Ask a roomful of people to come up with a word or two about Jean Reno and that’s pretty much what you’d get.
His name might be Bond, James Bond but at the beginning of 2011 the studio responsible for the most successful franchise in spy movie history found itself in dire straits. It was broke, dead broke.
The Mexicans like their heroes the way they like their tacos – with cheese. Enter Zorro. Cue mask, cape and ludicrous pencil moustache
In 1969, when Steve McQueen suggested a film about the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans race, everyone thought it couldn’t fail. Everyone was wrong
La Dolce Vita might not be the best Italian film ever made. Or the cleverest, steamiest or most gripping. But it is the most iconic. Here's why…