Stepping onto the fight mat to present a pivotal moment in Lee’s story we have director George Nolfi’s ‘Birth of the Dragon’ (2016), which is itself inspired by the supposed events that were the catalyst for Lee deciding to significantly evolve from his traditional fighting style Wing Chun
I’ve been a Guillermo Del Toro fan for many years; after seeing Pan’s Labyrinth very late one night I’ve devoured all his films and adored his wonderful nightmare fairy-tale film-scapes.
The second instalment of the acclaimed TV detective series based on J.K. Rowling’s best-selling crime novels written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, Strike –
Like one of the best (and slowest) archaeological digs ever, it seems that the creative genius that brought us Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run and the absolute wonderment that is Shaun the Sheep has been unearthed once again.
There might be a picture of a kid’s clown on the poster for truly excellent ‘Bingo: The King of the Mornings’ (2017), but this definitely isn’t one for all the family to sit round watching after Christmas dinner
It’s not going to be for everyone, but like the best of cult movies, it’s not supposed to be. See it slash the silver screen, and then for thousands of viewings at home, it will lead to your own redemption.
Here’s a first look of the poster of next Marvel Studio Blockbuster, Black Panther released in the UK on Feb 12 2018.
On a scrap of paper ‘Brakes’ (2016) by first time director Mercedes Grower (who also wrote it) is a brilliant idea, and to the greater extent it really works. As the description goes, it’s an improv-based dark comedy set in London.
As is much and repeatedly written, we are indeed living in awful times being led on a merry dance of self serving insanity by those who we believe are in charge. Yet said leaders clearly haven’t a clue about anything but their pension preservation. But hey! At least there is some stunning television series and movies to distract us from the chaos that seems to permeate everything.
Baker has taken the winning ingredients of ‘Tangerine’ and tenderly marinated his next serving, the wonderful ‘The Florida Project’ (2017) with all the truths, integrity, honesty and non judgmental presentation of a world that’s seemingly hidden, yet right in front of us for those that can see.
If the past few years have proved anything, it is that the popularity for animated storytelling is dramatically increasing. Films like Minions and Inside…
Jason Flemyng’s directorial debut ‘Eat Locals’ is an after-dark tale of vampires, the army and Annette Crosbie from ‘One Foot in the Grave ‘brandishing a serious piece of weaponry to deadly effect.
Curb Your Enthusiasm is back after a 5 year hiatus and after watching the first two episodes of Season 9 I think it is…
Deneuve plays Séverine, the highly preened and presentable bourgeois trophy wife. Married to the movie star handsome surgeon Pierre (Jean Sorel), they look like the ultimate couple on the surface, but that really is a veneer.