The Guard Review

No one ever really dies.

Do you believe that?

Well if not, for you, it’s almost over now.

Fortunately for Galway, one Gerry Boyle has no doubts about his own mortality.

Villain Review

Can you feel sympathy for a murderer? Are unjust actions that precede a crime as heinous as the act itself? These are two of the questions Japanese-Korean director Sang-il Lee asks his audience to contemplate while watching his award winning film Villain.

Elite Squad II: The Enemy Within Review

Are you on the right side?

That’s the question Roberto Nascimento, Lieutenant-Colonel of the BOPE – that’s Special Police Operations Battalion in Brasilian apparently – wrestles with as he delves into the heart of Brasil’s slum darkness.

Source Code DVD Review

Duncan Jones is the man who sold his name.

And you have to admire him for casting his own shadow on pop culture, far from any accusations of nepotism rooted in his father’s indelible legacy.

That I’m not helping with at all.

Beautiful Lies Film Review

What’s in a letter?

For Audrey Tautou, France’s most beguiling export, it would seem to be everything and nothing.

Famous for her breakout role as Amelie, Tautou plays a hairdresser called Emilie in Pierre Salvadori’s new film Beautiful Lies.

Dates ‘n stuff

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