Posts Tagged ‘vanessa redgrave’

British Film Focus

by Zoe Chapmanon January 18, 2013
The BAFTA nominations have been released and it's slim pickings for British films out in the coming month. Plus, some plot details for The Hobbit 2 and 3.


by Christopher Lloydon May 29, 2012
Ralph Fiennes' grandiose, modernistic adaptation of the little-known Shakespeare play didn't get as much attention as it deserved.

Coming to DVD & Blu-ray Feb. 7

by Jessica Sieffon February 5, 2012
William Shakespeare is questioned as a fraud in "Anonymous" and later this week, Bella and Edward return in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part One."


by Christopher Lloydon October 26, 2011
In some ways, crafting a fantasy out of the life of an artist is the ultimate tribute to his creativity. True or not, "Anonymous" is a ripping good story.

Heroes of the Zeroes: Venus

by Nick Rogerson November 17, 2010
"Venus" — Peter O’Toole’s Oscar-nominated turn as a rogue in repose — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.

Letters to Juliet

by Caine Gardneron September 13, 2010
“Letters to Juliet” is a unique creature, as it is a romantic comedy that doesn’t fall into the usual ruts associated with the genre.

Letters to Juliet

by Christopher Lloydon May 13, 2010
A cut above the average romantic comedy, "Letters to Juliet" is hampered by a star-cussed Romeo.

Blow-Up (1966)

by Christopher Lloydon March 19, 2010
Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 classic was seen as a celebration of swinging London, but there's much more going on underneath.