Scarlett Johansson walks into a garage in northern France, and young mechanic Arthur Dreyfuss, who has never had much success with women, is smitten.
From a career-building and star-grooming point of view, writer and director Gregor Jordan’s offbeat crime caper Two Hands (1999) is significant for a few reasons.
Not quite 20 years after the second world war, and with Winston Churchill technically not yet dead, Dick Lester directed this hugely popular and influential Beatles movie from a script by veteran TV writer Alun Owen.
Mae is young, sad and angry. She quit college a while ago then skulked back to Possum Springs, the dead-end mining town she grew up in.
The Grand Theft Auto franchise has come under fire yet again, but this time it’s for a different reason.
The eyes of a 6ft-tall 3D animated will.i.am in ancient Egyptian headdress follow visitors around the room in a new show at the Barbican, while three robot instruments – drums, piano, guitar – play a specially written song. "This is Mona Lisa times a trillion," says the real will.i.am proudly.
John Cleese lends his vocal talents to the official iOS and Android game celebrating the classic Ministry of Silly Walks sketch.
Looking Glass Studios’ long running stealthy adventures of Garrett to join the list of games to make their way to the movies.
George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars, has apologised for using a “very inappropriate analogy” after he described Disney as “white slavers” when talking about its purchase of the film franchise from him.
The title is ambiguous, applying to either of its lead characters, but in both cases it should be The Danish Woman, surely?
Ramin Bahrani’s excellent movie 99 Homes, released this year, starred Michael Shannon as a sinister real estate salesman and Andrew Garfield as his unwilling protege.