Declan Cochran remembers Roger Ebert, who was an inspirational film critic and writer
Devon musician Cosmo Jarvis has garnered much acclaim for his songs, and now he adds another string to his bow with his directorial debut, The Naughty Room.
The Godfather Part III struggled to find acceptance in the wake of its classic predecessors. This is unfair, argues Declan Cochran, who believes the film is a neglected masterpiece
With Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson tailors his usual quirky style to a charming story of infatuated kids in 60s America. Declan Cochran reviews
Soaring on wings of grandeur, imagination and bombast, The Dark Knight Rises is simply the best blockbuster of summer 2012. Declan Cochran reviews Christopher Nolan’s conclusion to his epic Batman trilogy.
An unprecedented level of destruction trashes any credibilty Avengers Assemble may have asspired to. Declan Cochran reviews
Silly title aside, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter has successfully merged the sum of its parts into a better whole, says Declan Cochran
Stories intertwine in 11:14, an original and darkly funny little gem, according to Declan Cochran
Declan Cochran takes a retrospective of Paul Thomas Anderson’s early Hard Eight and finds a thrilling debut that pointed to the director’s talents to come
Declan Cochran trundled off to see The Devil Inside and found a horror movie that was more Spinal Tap than Blair Witch
Declan Cochran spends time with the thoroughly nice people at The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Akira transcends genre. It’s a masterpiece that’s well worth seeing before the remake swarms into view
There’s been a lot of noise about The Artist, but Declan Cochran thinks there’s a lack of charm to this movie without sound
A documentary about street art? Declan Cochran is won over by Thierry Guetta and Banksy in Exit Through The Gift Shop
Declan Cochran is on the edge of his seat for some of The Woman in Black – but mostly he’s down in the dumps