UK Movies

Top 10 Famous Movie Misquotes

AllTime 10s | Chris York | Posted 20.12.2014 | UK Entertainment

We all love quoting our favorite films but find out which ones you've been getting wrong with 10 famous movie misquotes...

Is It Time To Invest In A Genuine Home Cinema?

The Huffington Post UK | Libby Plummer | Posted 19.12.2014 | UK Tech

Swapping in a projector for your TV is the best way to get the cinema experience at home and it needn’t cost the Earth. Projectors range from around...

A Top Ten List of the Best Films of 2014

Leigh Clark | Posted 16.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Leigh Clark

Occasionally, beyond the ad campaigns, the merchandise and the arrogant multiplex, there is almost always something decent lurking quietly in the shadows. It is in these shadows (although, I may occasionally burst into Cineworld)  that I have compiled my annual top ten list of the best films of the year. The contenders  are based on quality, substance and ingenuity. 

Film 2014: Movies, Mindlessness and Mascara

Paul Marshall | Posted 16.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Paul Marshall

Whenever there's a poll of the most popular and memorable movie lines ever spoken, it frequently comes out on top. And on Wednesday (December 17, BBC1 at 11.20pm) guess who'll be back to give the nation the benefit of her insight, expertise and encyclopaedic grasp of the silver screen?

The Hobbit-The Battle of the Five Armies: The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 14.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

So that's it then, the final chapter of Peter Jackson's so-so Hobbit trilogy, and the good news is this: The Battle of the Five Armies is better than the last two episodes put together.

Harry Potter: The Creature Vault (Review)

Alice Charles | Posted 08.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Alice Charles

Fans of the books and films will remember that JK Rowling's world of wizardry is populated with a host of magical and frightening creatures, from elves, pixies and familiars to trolls, giants and werewolves, and everything in between.

Paddington - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 03.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Paddington was a key part of my childhood and 'woe betide anyone who screwed it up', I thought. Thankfully those fears soon melted away within a few minutes of one of the best films of 2014. Getting a movie like this from script to screen is no easy matter, and King, Heyman, the cast and crew have done a magnificent job.

Interstellar - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 01.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

However, Christopher Nolan's latest epic is still a force to be reckoned with. Matthew McConaughey is on good form as Cooper, the cowboy pilot with the right stuff.

Star Wars Trailer (In Lego) Goes Viral

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 30.11.2014 | UK Tech

Combining Star Wars and Lego is a tried and tested formula, but YouTube user Snooperking still had a bit of a shock when his Lego spoof of the 'Star W...

How to Make a Spectacularly Terrible Film

Michelle Douglass | Posted 28.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Michelle Douglass

A small but growing number of film clubs around Britain are intent on celebrating the most spectacular "so-bad-they're-awesome" cinematic misadventures.

Improve Your Gym Sessions By Recreating The Fight Scene From 300

The Huffington Post UK/Zoom.in | Ryan Barrell | Posted 25.11.2014 | UK Comedy

A group of gym enthusiasts decided to spice up their session by perfectly recreating the fight scene from popular war film 300. The movie was based...

"IT'S NOT WHAT YOU SPEND, IT'S WHAT YOU SAY": Movie-Marketing by Brilliant Example

Simon Pont | Posted 17.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Simon Pont

Churchill famously described Russia as "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." The description could as easily stand for what the best teaser marketing looks to achieve.

"Lily Collins Made Me Cry"

Kate Leaver | Posted 12.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Kate Leaver

When Lily imagines people crying in her movies, she probably thinks it's a delicate, salty trickle down their faces. But not me. Leaving an advanced session of her latest movie Love, Rosie was like trying to walk straight with a waterfall of tears and mascara gushing down my front.

UnderWire: Supporting Women Filmmakers

Gabriella Apicella | Posted 10.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Gabriella Apicella

On Tuesday 11 November, the fifth UnderWire Festival will open at The Yard in Hackney Wick, founded by Gemma Mitchell and myself in 2010 with the aim to foreground female filmmaking talent... Unique to UnderWire, films selected for this award are of women's stories and feature female characters at their core.

Grumpy Cat's Christmas Movie Trailer In 8 Unhappy Moments

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 02.11.2014 | UK Comedy

She's captured millions of fans online, and now Grumpy Cat will be scowling on an even bigger screen. Grumpy Cat's first movie, Grumpy Cat’s Wors...

The Launch Party - The Most Important Part of Making a Movie?

Neely Reyes | Posted 24.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Neely Reyes

Last night was the premiere of the short film I produced and co-directed. 'Flame' was shot over two manic days in May (with two of my models) and was finally ready to reveal to friends and colleagues at a private screening in Central London. I was a bit nervous, but the event was a big success.

The Rewrite - Movie Review

Francesca Newman-Young | Posted 09.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Francesca Newman-Young

There were some funny and indeed touching moments in "The Rewrite". I really enjoyed the character of student and "Star Wars" fanatic Billy Frazier (Andrew Keenan-Bolger) and Keith Michael's fellow colleagues Dr. Lerner (J.K. Simmons) and Mary Waldon (Allison Janney).

'Love, Rosie' - The Movie Review

Francesca Newman-Young | Posted 07.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Francesca Newman-Young

Last night I attended the premiere of "Love, Rosie" the film adaptation of Cecelia Ahern's 2004 novel "Where Rainbows End." Fans of her previous novel and film "P.S. I Love You" will not be disappointed.

A Most Wanted Man - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 22.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Before the halfway mark, I considered leaving A Most Wanted Man, Anton Corbijn's tortuous, leaden, almost event-free version of John le Carre's novel. But no, I thought.

Stay at Five Magic Harry Potter Movie Locations

Good Hotel Guide | Posted 16.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Good Hotel Guide

You loved the books as a child, the films wooed you as a teenager - and now as an adult you can make some real-life magical memories by visiting the UK locations where the iconic movies were filmed.

Towards Peace and Justice: The Transformative Potential of Empathy - Part 1

Noam Schimmel | Posted 07.10.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Noam Schimmel

The psychological state of empathy and its ongoing practice - in which we imagine ourselves in the position of someone else or of another group of people - is often difficult to summon.

The Cinema Events of 2014... So Far

Roger Crow | Posted 09.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Ahead of the obligatory end-of-year round-up, here's my verdict on the best cinematic events of 2014*. You will disagree with most. You will have seen many not on the list. You may wonder why many films are here. And if this annoys you, wait three more months for my definitive countdown of '14 to make you even more cross.

The Scientific Explanation For Why We Eat Shedloads At The Cinema

PA / The Huffington Post | Posted 02.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle

If, like me, you're considering going to see Lucy at the cinema this weekend then you might want to consider taking a detour away from the popcorn cou...

Lucy - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 27.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

It's 20 years since I've seen a Luc Bessonfilm as enjoyable as Lucy. The French movie mogul created two of my favourite films in Leon and Nikita, but in the years since then his output has been erratic to say the least.

Film Review - Night Moves

Clive Botting | Posted 27.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Clive Botting

It's a character driven thriller without a lot of dialogue, the tension quietly builds up, Jeff Grace's music score is perfect and Christopher Blauvelt's cinematography perfectly captures night moves as you're led to the inevitable question, 'what or who will bring them down?'