Ang Lee’s Life of Pi is a sumptuous treat and one of the best films of 2012: a film that works both on the level of gripping adventure and odyssey of belief
Prepare to be transported back to the spectacular world of Middle-earth, a world of hobbits, dwarves, wizards and dragons… Peter Jackson directs The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
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.
A ripe ol’ tale of bootleggers evading the law during the American Depression, Lawless slips down easily enough but should kick harder. Sean Wilson reviews
Following Pride and Prejudice and Atonement, director Joe Wright reunites with star Keira Knightley for his new adaptation of Anna Karenina, which departs with normal costume drama tropes by largely staging the drama on a stage