You might think this film would appeal to the Here Is The City audience. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong.
"Unending, inseparable, unborn," said Danny Boyle in his acceptance speech for Best Director at this year’s Oscars when talking about Mumbai. If you’d blinked you may well have missed it.
This week it’s the return of animation and Jean-Claude Van Damme on DVD. I did warn you that the award-nominated film releases were over! But that's not a reason to stay away from either of these films.
It's your last week to catch award-nominated films on the big screen before we gear down for the next few months. On offering this week is The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (TCCBB) and Doubt. For any occasion, you can’t go wrong with either one.
Guaranteed to be a hit with fans of political dramas such as the West Wing, director Ron Howard’s adaptation of Peter Morgan’s stage success has Michael Sheen and Frank Langella resurrecting their respective West End and Broadway roles.
Yes, another film 'based on a true story'. I told you it was Oscar season! But it does bring out the best of Hollywood, and we see that here.
'Stunning', 'exemplary', and 'raw effort' are just some of the words you will hear to describe Aronofsky’s The Wrestler. In particular, it's Rourke's performance that transcends the meaning of acting into living.
I knew I’d pit Seven Pounds up against an all-time great of this genre - 2004’s Crash, and I knew I was going to be let down. It would either be better than my favourite, Crash, or Seven Pounds would be a poor second and I would have fallen for the hype.
Golden Globe-winner Slumdog Millionaire gives you a-ride-and-a-half in exchange for two hours of your time.
The BBC may have lost its golden goose, but Jeremy Clarkson will still be furnishing the corporation with politically incorrect eggs as long as there are hundreds of old Top Gear episodes to drip-release on DVD.
When Simple Minds were in their 80s, stadium-filling pomp, they all but disowned their earlier, art-rock material, which had been revered by rock critics but didn’t broaden their appeal far beyond left-field, club-frequenting trendies who studied the music press.
Kylie Minogue has said she will celebrate the 10th anniversary of her all-clear from breast cancer with family, friends, champagne and tears.