Shiny Shelf
By Stephen Lavington on 05 August 2010 Comments Off

As with ‘The Hurt Locker’ it is far from trendy to knock ‘Moon’.

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 Mark Clapham on 03 May 2005 Comments Off

While never likely to please the more militant fans of earlier versions, the film ‘Hitchhikers’ stays faithful to the spirit of its author, and registers as a (qualified) success…

By Lance Parkin on 03 May 2005 Comments Off

The problem with ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ movie isn’t that it’s not faithful, it’s worse – it’s that it’s not funny.

By Jim Smith on 27 April 2003 Comments Off

‘Welcome to Collinwood, the Beirut of Illinois’ (to give the film its full, on-screen title) has ‘instant cult classic written’ all over it and if there’s any justice at all it should make its writer/directors rich and famous virtually overnight.

By Stephen Lavington on 25 March 2003 Comments Off

The name Chuck Barris has pretty much zero recognition here in the UK. In America he is much more famous; Chuck was the TV producer responsible for . . .