Shiny Shelf
By Jim Smith on 18 June 2010 1 COMMENT

Sherlock Holmes’ fame and appeal began because of, and fundamentally remains sustained by, the popularity and readability of the stories written by his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Scott Harrison on 18 May 2010 Comments Off

It seems to be an unwritten rule in Hollywood that the second film in a major motion picture franchise has to be the darker, more introspective entry.

By Stephen Lavington on 09 November 2005 Comments Off

This awesomely titled pulpy detective flick comes courtesy of the pen and directorial vision of ‘Lethal Weapon’ scribe Shane Black – which makes it all the more odd that its closest point of reference is ‘Adaptation’.

By Mark Clapham on 24 November 2002 Comments Off

With its fourth season, David E Kelley attempted to pull his series out of the quagmire of cast problems and chaotic storylines…

By Mark Clapham on 24 November 2002 Comments Off

The first half of season four ended with the tear-jerking ‘Hats off for Larry’, wherein Robert Downey Jr’s Larry Paul goes to live with his son in Detroit, but promised to return for our Ms McBeal…