The ever provocative, Austrian director, Michael Haneke, returns to our cinemas with his newest film, Amour. But is Haneke’s Palme d’Or winning film up to scratch? Haneke has never been one to shy away from the cruel realities of ‘real life’ and his new film opens with a flash-forward which ultimately signposts the film’s ending (which isn’t […]
Goldfinger, Live and Let Die, Nobody Does It Better … Many of the songs for the Bond franchise are as legendary as the films themselves. But here are some of the ones which have been unfairly neglected
And so Bella’s (supposedly) last Twilight romp is released nationwide, but does the critically maligned saga, end with a whimper, or after her recent siring, does Bella finally get to unveil some butt-kicking moves of her own? Simon Roger Key visited Exeter’s Vue to find out…
In the new Bond film Skyfall, 007 isn’t in the best shape but the same can’t be said for the movie itself. It’s a terrific and surprisingly emotional action thriller, forcing us to re-assess a character with whom we’ve become familiar over the past 50 years
Jack Kerouac’s On the Road maintains its reputation as one of the most important books ever written but sadly the new film version is left trailing in its wake. Sean Wilson reviews.