There’s a lot going on in this dramatic thriller which blends Nazi-hunting and Cold War espionage with distorted truth and deeply buried secrets. With a strong cast and a top scriptwriting team in Matthew Vaughan and Jane Goldman(of Kick-Ass fame), the ingredients were in place for The Debt to be an extremely exciting and captivating movie. The end result however falls just a little bit short and while the film is perfectly enjoyable, you do come away perhaps thinking it could have been so much more.
After realising she's the wrong side of a relationship statistic, Ally Darling decides to go back through the past twenty men in her life to see if she can find her one true love.
The romantic comedy is one that has been much maligned recently with its tired ways and predictable plots - just waiting for that one film that will shatter all pre-conceptions and turn an entire genre on its head. Sadly, What's Your Number isn't it.
Three graduates fulfill their dreams of vacationing in Paris. They accidentally find themselves in a lavish world, where they live like royalty and experience romance. But at the end of their journey, they discover the true magic of friendship.
A press release courtesy of Paramount Pictures has announced that Darren Aronofsky, the Academy Award nominated visionary responsible for Black Swan, will be teaming up with the studio and New Regency Productions to finally bring Noah to the big screen.
My relationship with Evangeline Lilly has always been a difficult one. We first met when we were stranded on a mysterious island together; she went by the name of Kate then. She was flighty, I knew that, but something about her kept me awake at night.
Unless you’ve spent the last six months in exile on the ice plains of Jotunheim, you might be aware of that Box Offices everywhere are quivering with expectation regarding a certain movie called The Avengers.
The not so cheerful trailer for Another Happy Day has been released by Phase 4 Films and can be seen here.
David Cronenberg has excitedly let slip that he may make a sequel to The Fly. “There already is one”, I hear you cry and well, you are wrong sir. As awesome as The Fly 2 was, it certainly was no Cronenberg creation!
It was 2003 when Rowan Atkinson first entered the world of government agents and espionage as Johnny English, a jovial and light-hearted parody of the James Bond franchise. It seems strange then that it’s only now we’re being presented with a follow-up, with Johnny English Reborn perhaps one of the most unlikely of sequels to materialise over recent years.
Writer/director Djo Munga presents the Democratic Republic of Congo (a part of the world that that is rarely seen on British screens) in all its brutal glory. A crime thriller set in the capital Kinshasa, Viva Riva! follows small time crook Riva (Patsha Bay) in the aftermath of ripping off his Angolan gangster boss César (the impressively intimidating Hoji Fortuna) in the shape of a stolen truck full of fuel.