Mila Kunis

Solid script works its magic in fun non-sequel.
When it comes to Oz: The Great & Powerful, your average child has some advantages over the average film buff: Michelle Williams plays Glinda the Good Witch with mesmerising conviction
A darkly realised psychodrama.
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: The earliest risers got the seat at one of the first screenings of the first Friday of the Toronto International Film Festival. One of the most anticipated films at TIFF, Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan played...
The religious fervour is easy to dismiss, but the Hughes Bros seem more devoted to the Scripture of the Screen.
In the Hughes Brothers bizarre The Book of Eli the world is smeared in a smoky flaky dust. All bright colours have been drained away. Like The Road, the setting is the US after Armageddon. In John Hillcoat’s excellent film the mood was creepy,...
Forgetting Sarah Marshall is the latest film from 'The Juddernaut’, which is what I like to call producer Judd Apatow’s cinematic onslaught. Like Apatow’s hits Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, this is a raunchy romantic comedy centred on a...