LFF: Saving Mr Banks
The London Film Festival closes with Tom Hanks as Walt Disney trying to buy the rights of Mary Poppins from PL Travers (Emma Thompson).
The 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination is marked by this new film which David Willoughby caught at the London Film Festival.
LFF: Night Moves
The London Film Festival continues with indie director Kelly Reichard's fifth picture. David Willoughby gives it a whirl...
David Willoughby checks out Stephen Frears' award-winning latest (starring Steve Coogan and Judi Dench) at the London Film Festival.
LFF: Computer Chess
At the London Film Festival David Willoughby sees an intriguing, 80s set drama, which puts computer chess up front and centre...
LFF: We are the Best!
Continuing our further adventures at the London Film Festival we check out the latest from Swedish director Lukas Moodysson.
The London Film Festival continues with a screening of the highly anticipated sci-fi epic. The Crack's David Willoughby checks it out...
LFF: Captain Phillips
The Crack's David Willoughby was at the opening night of the London Film Festival to see the latest thriller from director Paul Greengrass.
Much Ado About DVD (and Blu-ray)
Workaholic writer / director Joss Whedon’s fun, modern-dress, Los Angeles-set adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, was conceived and filmed, almost unbelievab...
Setting a film noir during the 70s power cuts and three-day-week is the cleverest conceit of this otherwise underwhelming north-east-set crime thriller.
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
The shadow of Terrence Malick hangs heavily over this handsome but derivative and rather portentous picture from writer/director David Lowery
Writer/director Carruth’s bold but pretentious sci-fi romance curio is as impenetrable and oblique as his debut, the zero budget time travel puzzler ‘Primer’.
Not the return to form mooted (is it ever?) but Allen’s latest, which plays like an update of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ for the Bernie Madoff era, demonstrates there is life ...