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Benicio Del Toro

Sicario – Review

Sicario – Review

DIRECTOR: Denis Villeneuve - CAST: Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, Jeffrey Donovan, Jon Bernthal, Raoul Trujillo, Victor Garber...

Cannes 2015 – The Only Tuesday

Cannes 2015 – The Only Tuesday

It’s not unusual for a film reviewer to spend the day in darkened rooms, watching film after film after film, but spent most of this day was spent in the same darkened room, watching three films back to back, the only inconvenience being that at the end of each film, everyone had to leave, wal...

Inherent Vice – Review

Inherent Vice – Review

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson - Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Katherine Waterston, Owen Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio del Toro, Eric Roberts, Serena Scott Thomas, Maya Rudolph, Jena Malone, Martin Short, Martin Donovan, Peter McRobbie, Joanna Newsom, Sasha Pieterse, Jordan Christian ...

Guardians of the Galaxy jets into the top spot in the UK

Guardians of the Galaxy jets into the top spot in the UK

Superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy has dethroned Dawn of the Plant of the Apes’ two week reign at the top spot by bringing in £6,363,110 on its opening weekend. This makes the film one of Marvel’s biggest ever original openings, beating Iron Man (£5.6m), Thor (£5.46m), Captain America...

Savages – Review

Savages – Review

Director: Oliver Stone - Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John Travolta, Benicio Del Toro, Salma Hayek...

The Wolfman

The Wolfman – Review

When an aristocrat’s son is ripped to shreds by a mysterious beast, on a full-moonlit night in 1891 England, his brother Lawrence (Del Toro) returns from America to be with his father, Sir John (H...

Things We Lost In The Fire

Things We Lost In The Fire – Review

Audrey (Halle Berry) and Brian (Duchovny) are happily married with two young kids, when Brian dies suddenly. Among the hoards at his funeral is his child-hood best friend Jerry (del Toro), a drug...

Sin City

Sin City – Review

One of Hollywood’s most celebrated multi-hyphenates, Robert Rodriguez, brings some of Frank Miller’s “Sin City” graphic novels to the big screen. After a brief liaison with Harnett’s gun-for-hire...

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