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Current Movie Reviews
- Beavis & Butthead-Mike Judge Collection
Best of MTV '90s animated bad boys
- The Exorcism of Emily Rose
- Separate Lies
- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
- The Constant Gardener
- Battle of Heaven
- Beautiful Boxer
- Lord of War
- Kinky Boots
- When will I be loved?
- Four Brothers
- One Dollar Curry
- Wolf Creek
- Pride and Prejudice
- Lords of Dogtown
- Jealous God
- The Sun
- On a clear day
- The Business
- The Cave
- The Mighty Celt
- The Dukes of Hazzard
- The Perfect Man
- Me & you and everyone we know
- The Island
- Spirit Trap
- Herbie: Fully Loaded
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
- Victim (R/I)
- The Last Mitterand
- The Skeleton Key
- Dark Water
- Silver City
- Dear Wendy
- Los Debutantes
- Czech Dream
- 13 Conversations about one thing
- Inside Deep Throat
- Batman Begins
- Sin City
- Mysterious Skin
- Mondays in the Sun
- Team America DVD
- The Jacket
- Seed of Chucky
- Friday Night Lights
- Twin Sisters
- Mean Creek
- Untold Scandal
- Beauty Shop
- The Edukators
- The Amityville Horror
- Anatomy of a Murder
“Dirk Pitt Adventure Has a New Name”
- Rage in Placid Lake
- The Passion 'recut'
- Maria Full of Grace
- The Machinist
- Don’t Move
- The Chorus
- 9 Songs
- The Assassination of Richard Nixon
- Hotel Rwanda
- The Woodsman
- Coach Carter
- The Door in the Floor
- The Sea Inside
- Aliens of the Deep
- Are we there yet?
- Oceans 12
- A Very Long Engagement
- Mean Streets
- Trilogy – The Weeping Meadow
- Vanity Fair
- White Noise
A grieving widower contacts the dead using home electronics, comes to regret it.
Biopic of soul icon Ray Charles
- House of Flying Daggers
- Meet the Fockers
- Napoleon Dynamite
- School for Seduction
- Riding Giants
- Milwaukee Minnesota
- Churchill: The Hollywood Years
Winston Churchill was in fact an American GI who saved the British from the Nazis
- My House in Umbria
- Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
- A Way of life
- A Home at the end of the World
- Bad Santa
- The Grudge
- The Blind Swordsman Zatoichi
Takashi Kitano's ruthlessly entertaining new installment of the popular Zatoichi Japanese media franchise.
- Shaolin Soccer
- Enduring Love
- Alien vs Predator
Sci-fi horror pitting the wits of the Predators against the Aliens with a human search team in the Artic in the middle
- Into the Mirror
Strange goings-on in a department store in this satisfying Korean horror offering. What's going on when people look in the mirror?
- Bride and Prejudice
Jane Austen classic entertainingly given the Bollywood treatment. Cheesy but great fun.
- Triumph of Love
Film adaptation of a period farce. Great cast but falls short in dialogue and trickery.
- Histoire de Marie et Julien
Ethereal romance between a clockmaker and his former girlfriend but the passion takes on a new edge in a tale of blackmail and troubled spirits.
Musical biopic of the life of Cole Porter
- Dead Man's Shoes
A stranger takes on a drugs gang with a score to settle.
- The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
Biopic of the life of Peter Sellers
- Switchblade Romance
A weekend trip goes wrong when a visitor knock on the door in the middle of the night.
- Code 46
Set in the future, a married detective embarks on a love affair with someone he is forbidden to love due to DNA incompatibility
- AEFond Kiss
A love affair between a second generation Pakistani and a Catholic school teacher causes family divides in present-day Glasgow
- The Perfect Score
A bunch of High School Students try to steal the S.A.T. exams.
- The Isle
Torrid passions arise on a fishing lake in this intoxicating film that combines obsession with fishing hooks.
Tale of forbidden passion as a young man and a young girl already spoken for, find ways to be together to fuel the flames of passion.
- Supersize Me
Documentary about unhealthy eating at Mcdonalds - has to be seen!
- The Clearing
A husband and wife find their set-up torn apart when a kidnapper walks into their lives.
- Stage Beauty
Period drama about a 17th Century male actor on the London stage successfully playing female roles has to reinvent his career when the King rules that women have the right to play them instead.
- The Terminal
A man from an Eastern bloc country travels to New York but finds he cannot enter the country and cannot go home because a military coup is going on. His only hope is make an airport transit lounge his home for what becomes a long long time. This
- The Manchurian Candidate
Director Jonathan Demme's remake of the classic Cold War thriller
- The Village
M. Night Shyamalan’s new film is the story of Covington, a tiny, remote village that maintains an fearful truce with the menacing, mysterious creatures stalking the surrounding woods.The truce is ending.
- Anchorman - The Legend of Ron Burgundy
In '70s San Diego, the local affiliate’s plan to hire Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate), throws a wrench into the macho sanctity of Channel 4 TV news team. But just when lead anchor Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) has set himself firmly against Vero
- Vozvrashcheniye (The Return)
A father returns home after a twelve year absence to take his sons on a fishing trip. But what is it that he really wants?
- Spider-man 2
The Marvel Comics hero returns to battle Doctor Octopus, straighten out his love life, and . . . deliver pizza?
- Stepford Wives
Something's terrible wrong with the women of Stepford, Connecticut . . . but what is it? Starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick, Christopher Walken, Glen Close, & Bette Midler.
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
- Lost in Translation
- The Day after Tomorrow
- Uzak (Distant)
- The Company
- Re-Inventing Eddie
- Man on Fire
Denzel Washington stars as a bible-toting, alcoholic, suicidal soldier-of-fortune who accepts a post as a young girl's bodyguard in an ultracorrupt Mexico City. When he's unable to foil a kidnapping attempt, he vows revenge.
- Kill Bill vol 2
- Stuck on you
- Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
- The Passion Of The Christ
- The Calcium Kid
- The Honeymooners
- Imagining Argentina
- Secret Window
- Our House
- The Simple Life - Season 1 DVD
- Win a date with Tad Hamilton
- Wondrous Oblivion
- The Other side of the Bed
- The Girl next door
- Barbershop 2
‘Barbershop 2: Back in Business’ is a sequel to the hair-raising comedy hit. Fans of the original, will be pleased to know that Calvin still has a shop on the South side in Chicago, populated by many of his snip-clipping colleagues from the first film.
- Dawn of the Dead
When there's no more room in hell . . . remakes walk the earth. George Romero's zombie classic redux. Starring Sarah Polley and Ving Rhames.
- Principles of Lust
Paul is an unemployed would-be writer who, on the same day, meets the love of his life, Juliette, and the dark-soulled nihilist, Billy, who would like nothing better than to ruin the new relationship. As Paul moves in with Juliette and her son and tries t
- Mona Lisa Smile
Julia Roberts leads an impressive cast of top young actresses including Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kirsten Dunst, and Julia Stiles. Roberts is Katherine Watson, a revolutionary art history teacher at Wellesley College in 1953. Though she has true admiration for h
- 21 Grams
21 Grams, written by Guillermo Arriaga (Amores Perros), explores the emotionally and physically charged existences of three people over a period of several months. An accident unexpectedly throws their lives and destinies together, in a story that will ta
- The Last Kiss
The Last Kiss is an involving and engrossing story set in Rome about a group of working young Italians and the lives they lead. Winner of an audience award from Sundance 2003 together with 5 Italian ‘Oscars’ (like the UK Baftas) including Best Director.
- The Missing
Ron Howard, fresh from his award-winning efforts on A Beautiful Mind turns his attentions to a kidnapping thriller set in the Western genre, and the desolate landscapes of New Mexico circa 1885. Starring: Cate Blanchett and Tommy Lee Jones.
- 50 First Dates
Is it just me, or, since 1998, have you been anxiously awaiting another romantic comedy pairing Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore? If so, you’re in luck—“50 First Dates.”
- Along Came Polly
“Along Came Polly” is a romantic comedy chronicling the many mortifications of neurotic, downtrodden risk analyst Rueben Feffer who, after being cuckolded by his new bride on the second day of their honeymoon in St. Bart’s, falls for a well-traveled, free
- Big Fish
In Tim Burton\'s family film BIG FISH, a wonderful storyteller named Edward Bloom (Albert Finney), who lives in a small town in Alabama, recounts tall tales of his wild worldly adventures. These are shown in flashback with Ewan McGregor playing the young
- The Butterfly Effect
Trying to repair the damage of a traumatic childhood, Evan Treborn travels back through time, makes things worse.
- School of Rock
Failed rocker Dewey Finn (Jack Black) has been kicked out of his third-rate bar band because of creative differences. Unable to come up with his share of the rent (surprise!) and desperate for cash, Dewey impersonates his substitute teacher roommate, land
- National Lampoons Animal House
Decadence, debauchery, and delinquency prevail at Delta House, the scourge of the fraternity system at Faber College in 1962. In an effort to rid himself of the troublesome brothers, Dean Wormer (John Vernon) hatches a plan in cahoots with the brown-nosin
- Girl With A Pearl Earring
Delft, Holland, 1665. After her father, a tile painter, is blinded in a kiln explosion, seventeen-year-old Griet must work to support her family. She becomes a maid in the house of Johannes Vermeer and gradually attracts the master painter\'s attention...
- Touching The Void
In 1985, Joe Simpson and Simon Yates set out to climb the 21,000 feet Siula Grande mountain in the Peruvian Andes—the only mountain in the Peruvian range that hadn't yet been conquered. They were young, fit, skilled climbers and were confident that they w
For a speed freak, time is an elastic concept. College drop-out Ross (Jason Schwartzman) learns this first-hand as he surrenders to a three day odyssey through a circus-like, crystal-meth Hell in the North Los Angeles Valley.
Bodysong is the epic story of love, sex, violence, death and dreams. The story of our lives, told through moving images from around the world.
- Dead End
Dead End is a supernatural thriller, which evokes an experience, which with we are all familiar - the family outing. The Harringtons are an ordinary family, anyone can identify with them. But what is hiding behind their surface normality?
- Mystic River
In Clint Eastwood's MYSTIC RIVER, a murder mystery in South Boston unites three men who have been friends since childhood...
- Finding Nemo
Nemo is a small Clown fish and he has gone missing, his over protective father is mad with worry and on a mission to find him even if he has to search the whole ocean. Disney's latest animated masterpiece is set under the ocean and its wonderful...
- Once upon a time in Mexico
The saga of the mythic guitar-slinging hero, El Mariachi (Antonio Banderas), continues in Robert Rodriguez’s bravura action epic Once Upon a Time in Mexico.
- Cabin Fever
There are 5 teenagers in the woods and there is a deadly virus on the loose. Bring on the gore and screaming - be prepared to JUMP out of your seat a lot :)
- Concert for George
On 29th November 2001 George Harrison died, a former Beatle, a hugely successful musician in his own right, a movie producer - a man of many talents. This film brings together his friends in a tribute concert which took place a year after his death.
- The Order
Heath Ledger portrays a priest sent to Rome to help solve the murder of his excommunicated mentor whose body was covered with archaic religious symbols.He discovers the killer may be a the last of an ancient sect known as the Sin Eaters.
- The Ring
In Gore Verbinski's remake of Hideo Nakata's chilling horror film, a group of teenagers all die suddenly and inexplicably exactly one week after watching a mysterious videotape at a remote cabin in the Pacific Northwest, get ready to hide behind your pill
- Pirates of the Caribbean
Ghost Pirates and cursed treasure are the order of the day in this excellent swashbuckling adventure in which Johnny Depp is very funny!
- The Hulk
What if you always had someone around to look out for you? To defend you when challenged by a bully, threatened by an enraged driver, assaulted by a knifewielding mugger? Bruce Banner has a big green someone to do just that...
- Jackass the Movie
A full length movie of Jackass, the MTV show that shows guys getting semi naked and hurting themselves in various bizarre ways on ramps, on skateboards in shopping carts. Not for the faint hearted...
In a futuristic world, a strict regime has eliminated war by suppressing emotions: books, art and music are strictly forbidden and feeling is a crime punishable by death. Heres a movie that has all the amazing effects of The Matrix and a George Orwell 198
Another Marvel comic book character and another brain child of Stan Lee (who must be totally minted beyond his wildest dreams now...)This time Ben Afflick is a visually impaired guy in a tight leather jump suit, sounds good don't it...
- Catch me if you can
Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hanks engage in a game of cat and mouse in the real-life crime drama "Catch Me If You Can," under the direction of Steven Spielberg. Frank Abagnale, Jr. (Leonardo Di Caprio) worked as a doctor, a lawyer and as a co-pilot for a m
- 28 Days Later
A man awakes from a coma to find England zombified. Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid
- Max - The Movie
A fictional story which is loosely based upon the post-WWI period when the young Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) was an aspiring painter with a love for the classical periods.
- Camp - The Movie
Move over "American Idol," the most talented kids in the US are at Camp Ovation. Based on an actual summer camp for young actors, singers and dancers, Camp is a dramatic, comic story of growing up, sexuality and 'MAKING IT'!
- The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix was a special effects bonaza, a cult movie with cool clothes, kung fu and sci-fi paranoia. Now, in the second chapter of the Matrix trilogy, Neo assumes greater command of his extraordinary powers as Zion falls under siege to the Machine Army.
- Laurel Canyon
An uptight Ivy League doctor and his fiancee travel to Los Angeles, move in with his hedonistic, legendary record producer mom, get their freak on.
- All the Real Girls
Writer/director David Gordon Greer's story of first love and existentialism in a broken down North Carolina mill town won a Special Jury Prize at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Starring Paul Schneider, Zooey Deschanel, and Patricia Clarkson.
- Gangs of New York
Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day Lewis, and Cameron Diaz run amok in 19th Century New York in this flawed but captivating film from the greatest American director currently making films, Martin Scorsese.
Ten people are stranded during a storm at a motel in the Nevada desert . . .and all of them are dying to get out of there. Meanwhile, a psychologist makes an 11th hour plea to save the life of a condemned madman.
- Bulletproof Monk
He has no name. He protects a powerful secret. Now, to fulfill an ancient prophecy, he has found the one who’s supposed to take his place – and it’s the most unlikely candidate of all. John Wu produces and Chow Yun-Fat stars in it, but is Bulletproof mon
- Phone Booth
starring Colin Farrell, Kiefer Sutherland, Forrest Whittaker, and Katie Holmes.
- Sweet Sixteen
Ken Loach's new film is gritty but highly entertaining. It tells the story of Liam, a Glawsegian teenager who dreams of a family life he has never had. He has a plan for a new life but first he needs cash and it's not long before Liam and his pals' crazy
- Femme Fatale
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos as a dirty double-crosser who enjoys a nice warm bath every once in a while in director Brian DePalma's latest gorgeous mess.
- One Hour Photo
Thinking of buying a digital camera? ‘One Hour Photo’ will make you think twice about the guy behind the counter next time you drop off a roll of film to be developed.
- The Good Girl
It’s a an strange idea for a film: Jennifer Aniston, one of the stars of the mega popular American sitcom “Friends,” starring in an comedy-drama inspired by Flaubert’s great novel ‘Madame Bovary,’ transposing the story from 19th Century France to a small
- James Bond - Die Another Day
With each new Bond film the director and crew try to bring the franchise smack bang up to date. Here we see Bond surfing, picture messaging, and saving the world...But does it all add up to a decent film?
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The first Harry Potter film was one of the most successful films of all time. The latest installment has a lot to live up to, and in the main it delivers. It is scarier, funnier and it looks amazing!
- The Tuxedo
Cabbie-turned-chauffeur Jimmy Tong (Jackie Chan) learns there is really only one rule when you work for playboy millionaire Clark Devlin (Jason Isaacs): never touch Devlin’s prized tuxedo. Kung Fu high kicks and special effects, but is it any good?
"Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs"
Strange radio transmissions received on a baby monitor. A little girl with a strange obsession with drinking water. A minister who’s lost his faith. A boy with asthma. The strikeout king of minor league base
- Road to Perdition
Tom Hanks a killer? Hanks plays a ganster out for revenge in Depression-era America in this period drama directed by Sam Mendes.
Starring: Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, Jude Law, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Stanley Tucci
- Austin Powers 3 – Goldmember
He's back and this time he's bought his dad...The latest Austin Powers film, sees Michael Caine onboard, a fine actor but he was in Jaws 3 and that was rubbish too. No amount of star cameos can make up for the dull script and the lack of decent jokes.
- Minority report
Minority report tells the story of John Anderton (Tom Cruise), the head of the “Pre-Crime” division, a futuristic police force that, with the help of a pool of psychics, predicts, arrests, tries, and imprisons would-be murderers before they commit their c
Oscar-winner Christopher Nolan directs this remake of the 1997 Norwegian psychological thriller about a sleep-deprived police detective's murder investigation in the land of the midnight sun. It stars Academy Award winning actors Al Pacino, Robin Williams
- Spider-Man the movie
It’s barely had time to break all box office records for opening weekend and already Sony Pictures is announcing a sequel (tentatively slated for May 7, 2004). Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst have confirmed they will be back for Spider-Man 2. Can you say
- Monsters Ball
Billy Bob Thornton plays a death row prison guard who become romantically involved with the widow (played by Halle Barry) of a recently executed prisoner.
- El Espinazo Del Diablo (The Devil’s Backbone) reviewed
A dense political allegory set in Spain during the Spanish Civil War that uses its ghost story to draw through its heavy webbing of symbolism.
- The Royal Tenenbaums
The story of the Tenenbaum clan, an extended family of eccentrics, misfits, and failed child prodigies. Director Wes Anderson highlights the inevitable and ineffable awkwardness of relationships between family, friends, and lovers.
Starring Gene Hack
- Training Day
The place, Los Angeles. The time, the present day. It’s a city of freeways and gloomy side streets, suburban bungalows masking inner city brutality, a murderous patchwork of ruthless street gangs. Two cops over the course of one day...
- Don’t say a word
A psychiatrist's mentally unstable daughter is abducted - the kidnapper wants knowledge that the doctor's latest patient apparently possesses...
Cast: Michael Douglas, Sean Bean
- Mulholland Drive
David Lynch's latest masterpiece is literal /movies/ni.htmare of a motion picture--a brilliant, scathing, hysterical, and haunting ode to Hollywood.
CAST: Laura Harring, Naomi Watts, Justin Theroux
- A Review of Amelie (Le Fabuleux Destin d`Amelie Poulain)
Amelie is a comedy, the story of a shy, imaginative woman who decides to change the world by changing the lives of the people she knows.
- Black Hawk Down
The true story of a failed joint operation between members of two elite U.S. forces, the goal of which was the extraction (kidnapping) of two of Aidid’s lieutenants from a location in downtown Mogadishu
- Ocean's Eleven
With a great cast, great suits and a cool hiest plot expectations have been high for this remake of the 60's rat pack movie of the same name. Does it live up to the hype?
Starring Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Julia Roberts
- Waking Life
Richard Linklater’s “Waking Life” is a film of ideas threaded together with the logic of dreams. Stunning animation and live action technique.