Andrew Lincoln

David and Margaret didn't agree on this one either.
Watch David and Margaret's review for The Movie Show, above  David: "You'd have to be pretty churlish not to be entertained by this often funny, sometimes emotional and only slightly over-calculating chocolate box of a movie." Margaret: "Are you ...
A compelling film which, had it been made in Hollywood, would have almost certainly been botched, cranked out as a stock standard genre piece.
One of the most interesting British movie releases of last year was The Mother. Scripted by ?enfant terrible? Hanif Kureishi (My Beautiful Laundrette), it was directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill) and starred Daniel Craig (Love Is The Devil).
A fantastic feel-good movie with a similar endearing humour present in Curtis\' previous works.
Britain\'s new Prime Minister, Hugh Grant, a bachelor, is a bit smitten by his tea-lady, Martine McCutcheon. Meanwhile, the PM\'s sister, Emma Thompson, is beginning to doubt the fidelity of her husband, Alan Rickman. Grieving widower, Liam...