Literary love affair one for the heart and head.
this film has teeth, and can bite as easily as smile
Half-baked comedy barely whets the appetite.
The combination of Meryl Streep and Amy Adams in the intersecting tales of the famous chef/author and the blogger who worshipped her could have been the recipe for a richly-appetising comedy. But Julie & Julia is a half-baked effort due to an...
Penelope props up a flat cast in Woody's Spanish travelogue.
Like being stuck with travel partners who seem intent on spoiling the wonders of your Continental holiday, director Woody Allen’s love letter to Spain posits the viewer in one of the most romantic countries on the planet then makes us endure the...
Diabolical storyline stalls on the first floor.
Devil, a new occult thriller, from a story by M. Night Shyamalan, opens with a series of shots that turns the very pretty Philadelphia skyline upside down; the camera zooms, pans and tracks in vertiginous fly-overs. It’s creepy and unsettling (...