Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone star in The Favourite – the third film from Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Killing of the Sacred Deer.) Set in the early 18th century – with England at war with France – Lady Sarah (Weisz) is essentially running the government for the frail and altogether there Queen Anne […]
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Samuel, a young Englishman, plots vengeance on his cousin Rachel in the belief that she murdered his guardian – until he starts falling in love with her. My Cousin Rachel, starring Sam Claflin and Rachel Weisz, is based on the novel by Daphne DuMaurier. It opens on July 14th. Check out the international trailer after […]
The man from Kansas has these sisters arguing. One has a fiery temper… literally! OZ the Great and Powerful 3D premieres on March 8th and I am (in keeping with the fire theme) stoked to see it!
Between its excellent cast and a unique way to add to the Bourne series, The Bourne Legacy both brings new depth to the original trilogy and adds new intrigues to the mix. The shadow of Matt Damon’s Jason Bourne haunts the proceedings in The Bourne Legacy as co-writer/director Tony Gilroy reveals that Treadstone, the clandestine […]
Meet Aaron Cross – there was never just one!
The release of The Lovely Bones – adapted from the novel by Alice Sebold – is one of those instances where I’m glad I haven’t read the book. From everything I’ve heard, the novel is brilliant – something Peter Jackson’s film is not [except for the overabundance of overly vivid color where it shouldn’t be].
Definitely, Maybe is a smart, witty, genuinely funny romantic comedy with intelligent plotting, real conversations and not one, but two happy endings – though not necessarily the kind of happy endings that you find in the usual Hollywood romcom.