Pierce Brosnan on GoldenEye: crazy stunts and thigh-crushings from Xenia Onatopp

A tank flattened a camera, M called him a sexist dinosaur and his fights with Onatopp were so rough they needed a padded cell … the Irish actor recalls his 007 debut The first film I saw when I came ...

Movie Review – Stan & Ollie (2018)

Stan & Ollie, 2018. Directed by Jon S. Baird. Starring John C Reilly, Steve Coogan, Shirley Henderson, Danny Huston, Nina Arianda and Rufus Jones. Synopsis: Laurel and Hardy, the world’s most ...

The Forgotten: Torture a Duckling

It's safe to say that The Ugly Duckling (1959), a decidedly weak Hammer films comedy, would have been utterly forgotten, except that it was rumored to be lost for decades. This always seemed both ...

A Talent To Amuse

Andrew Heard 21st August 1958 - 9th January 1993 The artist Andrew Heard was a combination of contrasts, contradictions and charm. Although his large immensely detailed canvases referenced ...

The Last Kingdom series 2 episode 8 review

Louisa Mellor May 5, 2017 The Last Kingdom's blistering second series concludes with rousing action and tragic loss. Destiny is all! This review contains spoilers. See related Comparing the PC and ...

The Night They Raided Minsky’s | Blu-ray Review

Following his directorial debut, the 1967 Sonny and Cher vignette flick Good Times, director William Friedkin struggled through a couple of projects before landing his first really provocative title ...

W1A; Brakeless: Why Trains Crash – TV review

More sitcom than satire: the BBC proves a bit of a struggle for Twenty Twelve's Olympic Deliverance man The right have always grumbled that the BBC is full of pinkos. The left seem equally certain ...

Addison Cresswell obituary

Influential comedy agent who wheeled and dealed to turn his clients into stars The colourful comedy agent Addison Cresswell, who has died suddenly at the age of 53, changed the face of British ...

Dr Who and the Daleks recap: the non-canon version with doddery Doctor

It may be the Day of the Doctor, but over on Channel 5, at 10.05am on Saturday, they are giving Peter Cushing's 1965 film an airing. Was it as bad as we remember? 'I don't know where we are' – Dr Who ...

Dr Who and the Daleks recap: the non-canon version with doddery Doctor

It may be the Day of the Doctor, but over on Channel 5, at 10.05am on Saturday, they are giving Peter Cushing's 1965 film an airing. Was it as bad as we remember? 'I don't know where we are' – Dr Who ...

'I'm a Celebrity' Show 3 Review: Joey of the Jungle

Joey, Joey, Joey, Joey. The rest might as well have not turned up so far. Series 13 of I'm a Celebrity has been completely dominated by the Only Way Is Essex star and his Essex-isms. Taking part in a ...

4 Formula One abhorring reasons to still see Rush

The roar of a V8, 750 brake horsepower engine. The high-risk, crowd-pleasing 90 mph overtake. The rush of a 1.6 second 0-60. All staples of the Formula One diet, and all things I could care little ...

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain – review

American stand-up Kevin Hart warms up for a gig at Madison Square Garden in this inane, foul-mouthed and desperately unfunny documentary This dim documentary, co-produced by diminutive ...

British film school voted world's best as it scoops student 'Oscars'

National Film and Television School voted the best in the world as films by three of its students win clean sweep in international poll A world away from Hollywood glitz and glamour, in dilapidated ...

Costume in The Great Gatsby: Use Your Imagination

When glass-eyed Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan) tells Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) that all the excess and splendour he drowns in is “from your perfect, irresistible imagination”, it’s hard not to ...

Jo Hartley's favourite TV

The This Is England and The Mimic actor on her televisual habits, from Mr Selfridge to One Summer Unmissable show? Mr Selfridge. It's an easy watch on a Sunday evening. Really well done and ...

Gerry Hambling obituary

Award-winning film editor who had an instinctive feel for pace, rhythm and nuance Gerry Hambling, who has died aged 86, was one of the finest editors that the British film industry has produced. He ...

Gerry Hambling obituary

Award-winning film editor who had an instinctive feel for pace, rhythm and nuance Gerry Hambling, who has died aged 86, was one of the finest editors that the British film industry has produced. He ...

Gerry Hambling Has Died

Gerry Hambling Has Died The great British film editor Gerry Hambling had died aged 86. Six-times Oscar nominated, an Ace Lifetime Achievement Award winner and a long-time collaborator with Alan Parker, he died in Burwell, ...

The HeyUGuys BAFTA Film Awards Liveblog

The 66th annual British Academy Film Awards are here! And there was much rejoicing. We’re here at the Royal Opera House in London to bring you all the up to the minute news on who won, who looked ...

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