Posts Tagged ‘Kristin Scott Thomas’

Tomb Raider 2018 – take Lara Croft home on July 16th

Tomb Raider 2018 is coming to Blu-ray, DVD and download on July 16th, and it reboots the movie franchise with Ex Machina‘s Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft, and if you enjoyed this in the cinema, it will also set you up for this year’s videogame, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider on September 14th. Dom RobinsonReviewer […]

Tomb Raider 2018 – “No” – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Tomb Raider 2018 is Lara Croft reborn in the guise of the 2013 reboot game, of which I was not a big fan, unlike the 1996 original and a number of its sequels. I seemed to be in a small number when it came to that reboot, however. As for this film, and given that […]

Darkest Hour – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Good Gary. Film Failure

Darkest Hour gives Gary Oldman a turn as Prime Minister Winston Churchill, after Brian Cox’s Churchill last year, but with Oldman as the man at the time of the Dunkirk evacuations, so incredibly portrayed last summer in Christopher Nolan’s IMAX epic, Dunkirk. Nolan’s film was quite a visual feast, but Cox’s turn has rather been […]

BAFTA 2018 nominations announced!

The BAFTA 2018 Awards will take place on Sunday February 18th and will be broadcast on BBC1 that evening. The nominations are as follows and, as usual, they include a stack of films which haven’t even been released yet in the UK. Best Film: Call Me By Your Name Darkest Hour Dunkirk The Shape Of […]

Darkest Hour – Trailer 2 – Gary Oldman

Darkest Hour follows Churchill and Dunkirk, making me wonder if, like with Marvel and DC, someone’s trying to start their own Winston Churchill movie franchise… Imagine it: First, there was the Marvel Cinematic Universe, then the DC Extended Universe, then the Universal Dark Monsters Univ… almost. Now, after Churchill and Dunkirk, comes the third in […]

Darkest Hour – Trailer 1 – Gary Oldman

Darkest Hour follows Churchill and Dunkirk, making me wonder if, like with Marvel and DC, someone’s trying to start their own Winston Churchill movie franchise… Imagine it: First, there was the Marvel Cinematic Universe, then the DC Extended Universe, then the Universal Dark Monsters Univ… almost. Now, after Churchill and Dunkirk, comes the third in […]

COMPETITION (now closed) – Win My Old Lady on DVD!

DVDfever.co.uk and Curzon Film World have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of My Old Lady on DVD starring Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas and Kevin Kline. There are 3 DVDs to be won! Oscar winner Kevin Kline plays Mathias, a New Yorker who travels to Paris in order to […]

The London Film Festival 2013 Part 1: Big Fellas (October 9th-20th)

WHOOSH! That’s the sound of The 57th London Film Festival whizzing past, these days spreading its tentacles into the provinces as well as the suburbs. WHAM! is the sound made by the special effects (and our jaws as they drop to the floor) at Alfonso Cuaron’s 3D exploits. AAAAH and AWW! are the verdicts on […]

Only God Forgives – The DVDfever cinema review

Only God Forgives stars Ryan Gosling as Julian, a man who’s emigrated from the US to Bangkok and making a great living as a drug dealer, using a boxing club as a front for his operation. Early on, we see him looking just off-camera, the lighting only showing up half of his face. He looks […]

Four Weddings And A Funeral on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Four Weddings And A Funeral: Charles is witty and charming, but, at the age of 32, is increasingly looking like a serial monogamist. His life has been full of girlfriends, but he just can’t commit to them. He’s a man so trapped by his Englishness that he can’t truly express his feelings and the more […]

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