Ben and Daniel revisit Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service!
Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth give award-calibre performances in poignant love story.
See Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci in the trailer for Supernova, a heartbreaking drama that deals with love in the face of irreparable and degenerative illness.
Remember those movies that deserved to win Best Picture but didn't? The Academy is famous for making poor decisions, so we're looking back at the past decade to try to set the record straight and award the right movies and performers with Oscar gold.
Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes brings Benedict Cumberbatch, Richard Madden, and Colin Firth on board his World War I epic.
We chat with Mary Poppins Returns star Emily Mortimer about what the original Disney classic meant to her and what it was like coming face to face with her childhood while making the movie.
Pauline wins Round 5 of Movies vs. Matrimony giving her a 4 win run! Will Daniel ever catch up?
Matthew Vaughn's finest film to date, Kingsman: The Secret Service looks great on Blu-ray and comes complete with a feature length making-of doc, something which is all too rare these days.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is an unexpected pleasure, delivering an entertaining blend of spy camp and British wit with a splash R-rated violence.
A waste of a fresh concept, a good director, and a talented cast, Before I Go to Sleep only succeeds at being a dully predictable slog.
If one were to plot out the ranking of Woody Allen’s films from best to worst, the frothy, but hardly vital Magic in the Moonlight would show up somewhere just barely on the positive side of the dead centre.
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If you can get past the somewhat awkward and out of place first act, The Railway Man is worth it overall. It’s a compelling enough drama, but it keeps hinting at a lot more depth that never quite surfaces.