The Irishman is evidence of a master at work. Both impeccably acted and beautifully made, it's a film about our own fragile mortality, It's about weighing up everything you've left behind and coming to terms with it. With that, Martin Scorsese should be immensely proud of everything he's left behind in his career so far. Here's hoping we get a few more.
Chris Morris has long been a cult figure in the British comedy scene and his status was firmly cemented with 2011’s Four Lions, a brilliant comedy that focuses on a group of British terrorists. As is clear from that description Morris isn’t afraid to dive headfirst into controversial material. He’s taken a similar leap into […]
If you were able to go back in time and tell the moviegoers who watched 1982’s Rambo: First Blood in theatres that the character, and indeed lead star Sylvester Stallone (The Expendables 3, Backtrace), would still be going strong nearly 40 years later, they’d most likely laugh you out of the auditorium. But here we […]