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Colin Farrell

The Lobster (2015)

If you could turn into any animal, what would you choose? An academic question where we come from, in Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos’ universe it’s a practical matter requiring careful consideration. In his surreal dystopian romantic…

Saving Mr Banks (2013)

Where to start with the absolute joy that is Saving Mr Banks? Maybe from the beginning when it was announced Tom Hanks would be playing Walt Disney and Emma Thompson would be taking the role of P L Travers, the author of Mary Poppins. Add…

Seven Psychopaths (2012)

If Martin McDonagh needs to take four years between every release, he’s welcome to do so as long as they come out like this. In Bruges was very good, but Seven Psychopaths is a step up, and that’s not just because there’s a dog in it.…

Total Recall Premiere

Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinale, Jessica Biel and Bill Nighy hit the red carpet in Leicester Square last night for the premiere of the remake of Arnie 90s sci-fi classic Total Recall. Below we have some images for you from last night and…

Total Recall (2012)

Doug Quaid is a factory worker from The Colony (Australia) who manufactures the means of his own people's oppression: synthetic policebots (robocops!) controlled by some British Federation which is the only superpower left in the world…

The Land That Time Forgot (1975)

There are many ways in which age hasn't been kind to the Amicus flicks of old (the effects don't hold up, the stars aren't as fondly remembered as many others, the silliness of the main storylines often threaten to unbalance everything) but…

Minority Report (2002)

Chief John Anderton (Tom Cruise) works for the Department of Precrime in Washington D.C. in the year 2054. Utilising the skills of three precognitives (genetically altered people who can see the future, and more specifically, murders that…

Horrible Bosses (2011)

Boasting a cast of American sitcom luminaries such as; Jason Bateman (Arrested Development), Jenifer Aniston (Friends) and Jason Sudeikis (30 Rock, Saturday Night Live), Seth Gordon’s Horrible Bosses is yet another Hollywood foray into the…

Horrible Bosses (2011)

Jason Bateman has a boss (played by Kevin Spacey) who keeps him held back at work and overloads him and is, generally, horrible. Charlie Day has a boss (played by Jennifer Aniston, who is looking even more gorgeous nowadays than ever…