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 ...
Story dwarfed by commercial imperatives in first of Tolkein trilogy
First, let’s acknowledge—shall we?—that despite the level of craft and application on display, and notwithstanding the fact that it will soon occupy every cinema from here to the outer suburbs of Ulan Bator, this is in fact less a movie than a...
British stars flail away in unfunny farce.
Rarely in a British comedy have so many richly talented actors laboured so long in search of a coherent plot, plausible characters and even a modicum of humour.So it’s sad to see Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint, Eileen Atkins and Rupert...
A delightfully-retro adventure film.
In the same week that Sylvester Stallone bludgeons cinema goers with his sledgehammer homage to 1980’s American action, The Expendables, Danish filmmaker Tomas Villum Jensen and local arthouse distributor Filmways sneak their dippy, delightfully...