Category: Screen

11th November 2010

Jackass 3D: Jack the lads?

By Film Team

Dadaist surrealism, or a celebration of falling down, farts and poo? Hugo Gordon tries to define the latest Jackass film.

Dadaist surrealism, or a celebration of falling down, farts and poo? Hugo Gordon tries to define the latest Jackass film.
11th November 2010

End of line for Disney’s Tron?

By Film Team

The future of the Tron franchise looks worrying, but Helen O’Horan finds a saving grace in its soundtrack.

The future of the Tron franchise looks worrying, but Helen O’Horan finds a saving grace in its soundtrack.
11th November 2010

The Arbor: Bleak but brilliant

By Film Team

Michael Letzer finds this British production – half documentary, half drama – to be stylized, sensitive and deeply saddening.

Michael Letzer finds this British production - half documentary, half drama - to be stylized, sensitive and deeply saddening.
11th November 2010

Due Date: The laughter is way overdue

By Film Team

Can the latest comedy from Todd Phillips match up to his work on The Hangover? Abigail Enoch doesn’t think so.

Can the latest comedy from Todd Phillips match up to his work on The Hangover? Abigail Enoch doesn't think so.
4th November 2010

Saw 3D: You saw it all before

By Film Team

“Does Saw 3D end things on a satisfying note? Nah, not really.” Hugo Gordon explains why.

"Does Saw 3D end things on a satisfying note? Nah, not really." Hugo Gordon explains why.
4th November 2010

Africa United: Africa’s not-so-dark heart

By Rebecca Gillie

Africa United is a difficult film to judge, but Rebecca Gillie gets to grips with this family-friendly adventure.

Africa United is a difficult film to judge, but Rebecca Gillie gets to grips with this family-friendly adventure.
4th November 2010

Interview: Preity Zinta

By Natasha Rao

Natasha Rao talks to one of India’s biggest film stars about Bollywood, women’s rights and life in the public eye.

Natasha Rao talks to one of India’s biggest film stars about Bollywood, women’s rights and life in the public eye.
28th October 2010

Red: Old assassins can still die hard

By Film Team

For Sarah Reeve, Red is more of a comedy than your average action flick – a mix of reunions, shootouts, silliness and a smidgeon of romance.

For Sarah Reeve, Red is more of a comedy than your average action flick - a mix of reunions, shootouts, silliness and a smidgeon of romance.
28th October 2010

Horror picks: all treats, no tricks

By Film Team

Fancy scaring yourself silly on Halloween? Emily Searles recommends some fearsome flicks.

Fancy scaring yourself silly on Halloween? Emily Searles recommends some fearsome flicks.
21st October 2010

Films for Mathematicians

By Film Team

In the first of a new series of subject-specific recommendations, Paul Byrant picks out some number-friendly films for Mathmos.

In the first of a new series of subject-specific recommendations, Paul Byrant picks out some number-friendly films for Mathmos.
21st October 2010

The News Reel

By Vivasvat Kaul

In this line of work, I tend to forget that Hollywood – and indeed the entertainment industry – is a…

21st October 2010

History, science and other myths

By Film Team

Are today’s films scientifically accurate? Does it matter? Vicky Fryer gives her opinion.

Are today’s films scientifically accurate? Does it matter? Vicky Fryer gives her opinion.
21st October 2010

Pretentious, moi? Mainstream movies go art-house.

By Film Team

Sarah Reeve casts an ‘artistic eye’ over some unappreciated mainstream movies, and adds a bit of intellectual flavour.

Sarah Reeve casts an ‘artistic eye’ over some unappreciated mainstream movies, and adds a bit of intellectual flavour.