UK Movies

Is David Fincher the Right Man for 'Gone Girl?'

Preetam Kaushik | Posted 21.06.2014 | UK Entertainment
Preetam Kaushik

Word of Fincher directing Gone Girl was doing the rounds since January of last year, but it was confirmed only when Ben Affleck was officially chosen in July for the lead role of Nick Dunne.

Tracks: One Woman's Stunning Journey To Enlightenment

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.04.2014 | UK Entertainment

In 1977, a 27-year-old woman decided to trek 2,000 miles across the sprawling Australian desert on a journey of self-discovery. She had just four ...

Noah - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 13.06.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Whatever your faith, Noah deserves a look on the big screen. It's a tribute to a gifted director whose next project should be heaven sent, whatever it may be.

The Only Way A Battlestar Galactica Reboot Won't Make Me Die Inside

Bisha K Ali | Posted 09.06.2014 | UK Entertainment
Bisha K Ali

What are they going to do in an 90 to 120 minutes of movie world time? Tell us about that one time Adama spanked Apollo for disobeying orders? A mini-collage of Starbuck kicking ass and changing the game? A Rambo-esque montage of Gaius Baltar being a raging dickhead?

The Tom Cruise Effect

Roger Crow | Posted 06.06.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

So, 30 years of watching Cruise on screen, 23 years writing about him condensed into five seconds of thanks in one hand shake.

Why It's Okay to Be Excited About Michael Bay's 'Ninja Turtles'

Rob Leane | Posted 29.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Rob Leane

Before the trailer for the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie dropped, I was as sceptical as anyone. Michael Bay, this time as a producer, takes another 90s kids' beloved property and repeatedly, heartlessly milks it for cash, we all know the drill. Or do we?

LOOK: Le Mans Star Steve McQueen Would Have Been 84 Today

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 24.03.2014 | UK Sport

Steve McQueen, one of the world's greatest actors and the man who brought the Le Mans 24 Hours to the silver screen, would have been 84 today. The ...

Film Review: Non- Stop

Carina Maggar | Posted 19.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Carina Maggar

Non-Stop is a hybrid of Flight Plan, meets Red Eye, meets Snakes on a Plane, and it isn't nearly as good as any of those. As usual, Liam Neeson takes on the role of a troubled man who drinks far too much and has a constant pained look on his face (similar to that of constipation I'd say).

'Infidel - The Musical' Or the Valentines Day That Changed My Life

Arvind Ethan David | Posted 18.05.2014 | UK Comedy
Arvind Ethan David

THE INFIDEL was an IMPOSSIBLY difficult film to get financed. It was the hardest I have ever worked on, as literally every studio, financier, and sales agent in town passed on it at least once, and several of them, just to be sure, did so multiple times. The reasons given were various and inconsistent, but lurking behind them all we detected the same issue: a vague but powerful fear of a broad comedy about Muslims and Jews.

When 'Her' Becomes a Reality, She'll Be a Digital Booth Babe

Mat Greenfield | Posted 09.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Mat Greenfield

The now Oscar-winning Spike Jonze movie 'Her' explores how our relationship with technology may change as it becomes more sophisticated

The Haunting Appeal of Katee Sackhoff

Roger Crow | Posted 02.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Katee has become one of the most recognisable actresses of the escapist genre. As feisty pilot Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace, she helped turn the revamped Battlestar Galactica into one of the most acclaimed dramas of the Noughties...

Review: The Zero Theorem (2013)

Thomas Patrick | Posted 28.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Thomas Patrick

Set in an indeterminate future Qohen Leth, Christoph Waltz is an employee for a huge corporation in a dystopian future, a company that XXX owned by Management (Matt Damon), who tasks him with solving the Zero Theorem, itself part of Big Crunch theory.

Review: The Lego Movie (2014)

Thomas Patrick | Posted 28.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Thomas Patrick

A film titled The Lego Movie, which was based on the ultra-popular Danish multi-purpose bricks could so easily have been a glorified advert. In many ways it is, and in so many other ways it's much more.

If The Trailer For 'Gravity' Was Honest

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 21.02.2014 | UK Comedy

We are, here at Huffington Post UK Comedy, huge fans of the Screen Junkies team. But never more so than right now - as the Oscar-nominated, BAFTA-winn...

The Preparation for Oscar

Amal Fashanu | Posted 12.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Amal Fashanu

The Academy Awards are closing up on us... it's time to bring on the glamour. February is indeed preparation month as talent gear up to look their sharpest for their arrival at Hollywood's Kodak theatre for the March 2nd event.

Don't Reject the Movie Remake, Sometimes It's Worth it

The Conversation UK | Posted 06.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
The Conversation UK

Should we worry about these remakes, or just enjoy the opportunity to see new versions of some of our favourite stories? If we listen to the vast majority of film critics, it seems we should be rather more than worried.

My 2013 Movie Top 10

Eva Grzybek | Posted 31.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Eva Grzybek

One of my New Year's Day rituals is to go through all the films I saw in cinema the previous year and compiling a list of top 10 titles. Yes, I realise I'm a bit late posting this, but here are my favourite films from 2013:

PICTURES: Senior Citizens Reenact Classic Movie Scenes

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Comedy

How much do we love these photos? Viel, that's how much. Yes, we tip our hat today to the Contilla old people's home in Essen, Germany - who had ...

'Frozen' Is Almost Perfect, Except for These Two Things...

Mia Freedman | Posted 23.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Mia Freedman

Brave's glorious Princess Merida walked that talk by rejecting the idea that a bunch of strangers should compete with each other to marry her. Instead, she competed with them to win her independence. Which she did. Go Merida. That's some impressive feminist ideology right there.

Oscar Winners (Leaked)

James Thomas | Posted 18.03.2014 | UK Comedy
James Thomas

I have here before me the complete list of this year's Oscar winners. Please don't ask me where I got them. I'll never tell*.

The Magic of a Film Club

Bob Morgan | Posted 14.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Bob Morgan

I help run a film club; every second Thursday we show a film to a small audience of around 20 - 25 people. We put it on during the day so inevitably the audience is mostly made up of older people.

American Hustle - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 09.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

I liked David O Russell's latest movie. Like Ridley Scott's similar American Gangster, it was sprawling, ambitious and featured a superb cast amid a 1970s setting.

The Most Disappointing Films of 2013

Roger Crow | Posted 28.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

There were plenty of bombs, turkeys and over-rated smashes which either left me cross or emulating an indifferent Frenchman winning first prize in a 'So What?' charades contest.

Crazy 4 Cult: Movie Art 2, Gallery 1988 (Review)

Alice Charles | Posted 27.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Alice Charles

For those new to this world, this book makes an excellent introduction and for collectors, this should point you in the right direction for your next acquisition.

Her (Review)

Alice Charles | Posted 22.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Alice Charles

In the near future, Joaquin Phoenix plays nebbish writer Theodore Twombly, who works for a website which sends "beautiful, handwritten" letters to order. After a bad break-up, he now lives alone and has a social life that's on the critical list.