Witty, if a little obvious, post-meta rom-com.
1st Mar 2019Read more 3 star reviews
Brutally violent, post-Tarantino western. It’s all a bit mechanical.
2nd Jun 2018Read more 3 star reviews
Stylish, fast-paced, amusing antidote to the endless stream of generic superhero movies.
27th Dec 2017Read more 3.5 star reviews
The Last Jedi
Shambolic sequel that squanders the promising set up from JJ, plus 40 years of anticipation.
21st Dec 2017Read more 2 star reviews
Tarantino zeros in on the most-tedious-film-ever award. Someone get the guy a new editor.
7th Jan 2017Read more 2 star reviews
Utterly bloated sequel, clumsily squandering the most anticipated lightsaber duel of all time.
6th Sep 2015Read more 2.5 star reviews
Efficient Marvel shrinking antics in which that Paul Rudd that you like gets a cool suit from Michael Douglas.
9th Jul 2015Read more 3 star reviews
Auto-pilot anti-frat comedy, lacking the necessary heavyweight ensemble cast.
6th Jun 2015Read more 2.5 star reviews
Stylish, competent debut from Elaine Constantine - with a dull script written by the coming-of-age app.
28th Mar 2015Read more 3 star reviews
Days of Future Past
Text book comic book time hopping antics. Clever twists and a heathy franchise future.
15th Sep 2014Read more 3.5 star reviews
Aimless OAP gangster antics with Pacino and Walken wandering around for a bit.
6th Apr 2014Read more 2 star reviews
Looking forward to this one: starts Jan 12 HBO, sometime in Feb on Sky Atlantic.
New Wes Anderson short for Prada, starring Jason Schwartzman.
Too long as usual, but relative restraint from Tarantino makes for his best pic since Jackie Brown.
11th Oct 2013Read more 4 star reviews
Solid grumpy old baseball scout turn from Clint that pitches itself as the anti-Moneyball.
21st Sep 2013Read more 3 star reviews
They've lost their singer, but Midlake are ploughing on.
Steven Soderbergh's "last" directing job: Michael Douglas as Liberace, Matt Damon his secret lover. Coming to HBO May 26 / Sky Atlantic soon after hopefully.
“There are few people in this world that have had as much of an impact on the industry as Carmine,” added DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio. “He bridged both the Golden and Silver Ages of comics, shepherding in some of the most successful periods in our history and setting the course of our characters that is still seen today. He will be greatly missed, but his legacy will remain forever.”
RT @thecoldvein: "What's that new Tarantino movie? Django and Cash?" Unattributed.
3rd Feb 2013Read on Twitter
Decent character study that gets bogged down in predictable anti-plotting and self-importance.
13th Jan 2013Read more 3 star reviews
Two sides to QT's promo rounds for Django Unchained (which early reports are suggesting is pretty good) - here he is on C4 news "shutting" Krishnan Guru-Murty's "butt down", and then he's a bit more calm discussing his overall film career on Film 2013 (sounds like he's looking forward to the Tarantino Greatest Hits Boxset).
More loose dudecom antics, Richard Ayaode joins Stiller/Hill/Vaughan on suburban neighbourhood patrol.
23rd Dec 2012Read more 2 star reviews
Correction RT @skyatlantic: Girls S1 has just finished - but it's just days until S2 starts (just one day after the US!).
18th Dec 2012Read on Twitter
18th Dec 2012Read on Twitter
This new desert showdown may well be from the post-Tarantino school of retromania, but it's still kind of fun to see people making goofy B-movies.
Good concentration of @MeantimeBrewing at the South Bank this summer
24th Jul 2012Read on Twitter
Harrison F cherchez sa femme in this 87 Paris thriller. Lots of Grace Jones in les clubs as une hipster helps.
14th Jul 2012Read more 3 star reviews
Kung full-on trailer for RZA's directorial debut. As you might have guessed from years of Shaw Brothers samples, it's a martial arts showdown - co-written with Eli Roth, Tarantino presents - you get the idea. Starring Russell Crowe, Cung Le, Lucy Liu, Jamie Chung, Rick Yune and David Bautista, with Grace Huang, Pam Grier, Gordon Liu.
Tarantino has a go at a western, with Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio. Out at Christmas
Superficial 80s remake of the New Wave classic. Obviously made an impression on Tarantino.
Halliwell says: Fashionable amalgam of sex and violence, borrowed from A Bout de Souffle but far to long after the event.
7th May 2012Read more 2.5 star reviews
Fuzzy get-felt-gang-back-together feel-good antics. Man Or Muppet? song v Conchords, bonus Dave Grohl cameo.
21st Mar 2012Read more 3 star reviews
16th Mar 2012Read on Twitter
Tight, multi-layered comedy in Jonathan Demme's best film - and the antidote to 'Goodfellas'.
23rd Feb 2012Read more 4.5 star reviews
Friday Night Lights kicks off on @SkyAtlantic on Tuesday, from
S1 E1. Been meaning to catch that since it initially kicked off.
9th Feb 2012Read on Twitter
4th Feb 2012Read on Twitter
More mindless big budget tentpole antics. Nothing new to report, Cap'n.
30th Jan 2012Read more 2.5 star reviews