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Helen Mirren

LONDON 2015 – Trumbo (2015)

American director Jay Roach hasn’t really done biopics.  With films such as the Austin Powers films, The Campaign and Meet the Parents, creating a film about one of Hollywood’s most renowned screenwriters doesn’t fit in with his normal…

Woman in Gold (2015)

Screening at the Berlin Film Festival in a city that wears the scars of World War II in every rebuilt street and solemn memorial comes Woman in Gold, a reminder that there’s some way to go yet to recover from that terrible period. A glossy…

Exclusive Red 2 Cast Interview

With RED 2 out on DVD & Blu-ray this week, we've an exclusive roundtable clip for you. Cast members Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Antony Hopkins and Mary-Louise Parker and Director Dean Parisot and Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura discuss,…

Monsters University (2013)

Well I think we can safely forget about Brave and consider it a blip on Pixar’s mainly shining CV of filmmaking excellence. Here they are, back with a bunch of characters who are pretty much the best characters they’ve created with a…

Monsters University (2013)

Considering the fact that Monsters, Inc. is my favourite ever Pixar movie, I was equal parts ecstatic and worried when I heard that they were making a second film all about Mike and Sullivan, the two main monsters in that film. Then I heard…

Hitchcock (2012)

It's hard to think of Alfred Hitchcock without thinking of sharp strings and an infamous shower scene – namely one of the most memorable scenes in film that has been constantly mimicked but never bettered. Now, the story behind the classic…

State Of Play (2009)

A fantastic political thriller with a very good cast doing very good work, the biggest thing working against State Of Play would seem to be that it’s a movie adaptation of a much-admired BBC mini-series. I have yet to see the BBC original…