6 results found.
The Man Who Fell to Earth 
I hate to preface any review of a film with the words 'the novel is better' but in this case it's almost incontrovertible. However, the fact that the eponymous novel by Walter Tevis ...
Stewart Hardy (Unverified) - 21 August, 2012
The Dark Knight Rises [12A]
So, Batman returns once more to our screens in director Christopher Nolan's big budget, big bang, epic and suitably apocalyptic conclusion to the series. The good news: in many ways this film is ...
Stewart Hardy (Unverified) - 21 July, 2012
Enter the Void 
I must confess, at the beginning of this review, I haven’t seen Argentinian bad boy director Gaspar Noé’s previously lauded (and equally criticised) film, Irrevérsible. But if it’s anything like as originally ...
Stewart Hardy (Unverified) - 9 July, 2012
Another Year [12A]
Another Year, a film certainly following the principles of the majority of Mike Leigh's oeuvre, chiefly concerns itself with the principles and consequences of living life in a bubble.This bubble is made ...
Stewart Hardy (Unverified) - 23 November, 2010
My Summer of Love [12A]
Set in a so-Yorkshire-you-can-smell-the-tea-and-coal-dust town, in a season of sunshine and, erm, sticky days, My Summer of Love is the latest film to be released by Oxford-based Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski. The ...
Stewart Hardy (Unverified) - 25 October, 2004
Zatoichi ('Beat' Takeshi - a legendary Japanese auteur, who also directs this movie under the name of Takeshi Kitano) is a blind master samurai disguised as a masseur, who wanders the country ...
Stewart Hardy (Unverified) - 20 March, 2004