High quality techniques and enjoyable to watch, but predictable nonetheless.
The Duplasss’ brothers recent character-driven comedy is refreshing, relatable and touching.
Summer 2012 looks set to be a stellar few months for film, with the release of some hugely anticipated movies.
Joss Whedon’s Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, to give the film known to most simply as The Avengers its cumbersome full title, has behind it a rather long, speculation-steeped trail, writes Tom Moore.
First there was Harry Potter. Then came Twilight. Now the latest teen novel to be adapted for the big screen is Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games, and the great action sequences set it apart from its predecessors, writes Rachel Greene-Taylor.
Finally the post-Oscar pre-summer slump has ended and here we have a French delight from the Dardenne Brothers that has been scooping up the alternative festival awards from Cannes and the European film awards.