Donna Murphy

Renner forms his own identity.
There’s a certain tradition of movie thriller that consciously, deliberately and carefully sets out to bamboozle the audience. This is the kind of picture where for large chunks of it you don’t know what the hell is going on; it’s a narrative...
A mature take on American Christian fundamentalists.
Certain subjects, it seems, are to be avoided or else, if not, they are mocked senseless. The movies, like family BBQs, tend to take religion and politics as no-go areas, and if this stuff pops up, it’s the jokester that gets more of the floor...
Well-staged film where dance scenes aren\'t cut to shreds to hide the performers\' limitations.
The aspirations of young people to the heights of fame and fortune are the stuff of television and film - you only have to think of the recent success of Popstars. And so it is with Centre Stage where three young women have survived enormous...