When you buy a Bentley – as you do – you’re not looking for a holographic dashboard, an in-car virtual chauffeur, or an ejector seat. You want walnut and leather everywhere.
It’s the early Sixties, and the high artifice of the Hollywood studio system is being challenged by more “believable” movie-making styles of a...
A maker of thoughtful films, some hugely successful (The Piano), some not (In the Cut), Jane Campion here takes a small film – about a cultbuster (Harvey
Judi Dench won an Oscar for an eight-minute on-screen performance, which in her acceptance speech even she admitted was slightly pushing it, but her
Remember The House Of Wax or The Abominable Dr Phibes and the highly elaborate ways Vincent Price would off his victims? Films in the decades that
The world has grown increasingly wary of the costume drama since the heyday of Room With a View. To put bums of seats these days Stan Lee has to be
The notion of “upstaging” someone comes from the theatre. If you as an actor walk upstage, away from the auditorium, you force the person you’re
Not many music stars these days would see a film about one of their concerts make it onto the big screen. Katy Perry and Justin Bieber have done it
Almost Famous follows teenage Rolling Stone wannabe William Miller (Patrick Fugit) on his trek across America as he tries to get an interview with Stillwater, a band on the verge of making it.