Jack Crutcher previews Tom Cruise’s latest thriller
Samuel Parr previews Mike Newell’s latest film
Lucy gets us excited about this new, all-star comedy.
Will the latest Bond film meet expectations?
Joshua Brown explains why he is so excited about the upcoming Kerouac adaption
Peter Masheter introduces the film that terrified the audience of Film4’s FrightFest
Release Date: Friday 9th December 2011
Release date: 26th October 2011
Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel of the same name reads like a film, so it seems completely logical to copy and paste the story onto the big screen. Time Magazine might have gone a bit off the rails calling it ‘the best book of the decade’, but it’s definitely film worthy.
Robbie shares his concerns over the Hobbit’s difficult journey to the big screen
Ally Mitchell previews Jake Gyllenhaal’s latest film
Sophie James previews acclaimed director Jacque Audiard’s latest film
With the movie poster and release date unveiled last week, Sophie James anticipates the success of Sacha Gervasi’s “Hitchcock”
Liam Neeson’s latest attempt at action proves to be a success. UK release date: October 4th 2012
Throw away your televisions
12th-27th October 2011
Jack Hadley casts his eye over some of the big cinematic releases this term…
Zuckerberg came up with the notion at Harvard and launched the primitive website from his dorm room. Weird to think; that something that has become a scarily large part of everyday life for 500 million people, was started in what a lot of first years are experiencing now: a room where old beer cans used as ashtrays are literally heavy with cigarette butts, where old orange skins cling to the bottom of waste paper baskets and where blackish grime and bits of indefinable matter stick to an unwashed bowl on your desk. Maybe it’s different at Harvard, but it’s still a fairly novel (if disgusting) notion.