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Eye In The Sky – Review

Eye In The Sky – Review

Director: Gavin Hood - Cast: Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman, Babou Ceesay, Barkhad Abdi, Daniel Fox, Ebby Weyime, Gavin Hood, Iain Glen, Jeremy Northam, Jessica Jones, Lex King, Monica Dolan, Phoebe Fox, Richard McCabe...

Trumbo -Review

Trumbo -Review

DIRECTED BY: Jay Roach – FEATURING: Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren, Alan Tudyk, Christian Berkel, David James Elliott, Dean O’Gorman, Diane Lane, Elle Fanning, John Goodman, Louis CK, Madison Wolfe, Michael Stuhlbarg, Richard Portnow, Roger Bart, Sean Bridgers, Stephen Root...

BAFTA sets up race between the Artist and Tinker

12 Years beats Gravity to BAFTA’s Best Picture

Gravity has come off the biggest winner of the night at the British Academy Film Awards, taking six trophies, but the top prize of the night, for Best Picture, eluded the space thriller. The London-based Mexican-born Alfonso Cuarón was the best director for the ground-breaking film, which also won...

Mirren to receive BAFTA Fellowship

Mirren to receive BAFTA Fellowship

The veteran actress Dame Helen Mirren is to be made a fellow of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. BAFTA’s highest honour will be handed to the four-time BAFTA winner at this year’s awards ceremony at the Royal Opera House on 16th February. Dame Helen won the TV BAFTA three...

12 Years a Slave joins the acting awards race at SAG

12 Years a Slave joins the acting awards race at SAG

The annual awards, handed out by America’s biggest acting union, the now-merged SAG-AFTRA, have seen Steve McQueen’s slave drama 12 Years a Slave join the race for the most prestigious acting awards of the year, the Oscar. At the SAG Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, Matthew McConaughey an...

Brits shine among Emmy nominations

Brits shine among Emmy nominations

Hitting hard at America’s TV Awards, the Emmys, is British television drama Downton Abbey, with many actors and actresses up for awards as well as the programme itself. Set in the Yorkshire countryside, the story follows the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants showing how t...

Hitchcock – Review

Hitchcock – Review

Director: Sacha Gervaisi - Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, James D’Arcy, Jessica Biel, Danny Huston, Kurtwood Smith, Michael Stuhlbarg, Michael Wincott, Ralph Macchio, Richard Portnow, Toni Collette, Wallace Langham...

The Debt – Review

The Debt – Review

In Israel in 1997, author Sarah (Romi Aboulafia) is about to publish a book about her mother Rachel’s (Helen Mirren) exploits as a Mossad agent, thirty years earlier. Rachel reads a passage from ...

Brighton Rock

Brighton Rock – Review

Pinkie (Sam Riley) is a young, razor-wielding Brighton gangster with delusions of grandeur. When the leader of his gang is stabbed to death, he starts jostling for position to try to stop any of t...

RED

RED – Review

Frank (Bruce Willis) is an aging, former CIA agent surviving on his pension cheque. The only kicks he gets out of life are from flirting with Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), the woman at the benefits...

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