UK Movies

WATCH: 'Noooooooo!' - The Supercut

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 14.05.2013 | UK Comedy

SuperCut Online have worked their magic again - and this time it's on the classic scream of "Noooooo!" that's a movie staple. Has someone you love ...

Star Trek Into Darkness (IMAX 3D) - Review

Kieran Turner-Dave | Posted 14.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kieran Turner-Dave

After superbly rebooting the franchise with Star Trek in 2009, J.J. Abrams returns to direct what will probably be his probably final Trek film before crossing over to a galaxy far, far away.

Brad Pitt's 'World War Z': Biggest Flop Ever?

Mark Hodge | Posted 12.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Mark Hodge

Brad Pitt could soon hold the ignominy of presiding over the biggest flop in film history. World War Z, which originally had a budget of $170million, but has now ballooned to a reported $400million. That is a huge $100million more than Pirates of The Caribbean: At World's End, which is currently the most expensive film ever made.

Smartphones at Gigs? Now That's Dumb

Xavier Toby | Posted 03.07.2013 | UK Comedy
Xavier Toby

Using your smartphone while you're at any event, you're not just ruining it for others, you're ruining it for yourself. That moment where you check your email, send a text, take a photo, make a call, you're giving in to your inability to concentrate for more than a moment.

Michael Rundle

Star Trek: Into Darkness IMAX Review: To Boldly Blow Your Mind? | Michael Rundle | Posted 01.07.2013 | UK Tech

As a spectacle of lights, sounds, 3D graphics and amazing IMAX-customised visuals, Star Trek: Into Darkness is an absolute blast. As a movie, it's ...

Sundance London: A Diary - Days Three and Four

Greg Wetherall | Posted 01.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Greg Wetherall

If LFF is the Glastonbury of film festivals, then Sundance London is becoming the Latitude or Bestival. It is more intimate, cosy and it feels uniquely special. It provides an important distillation of the best of the independent scene and deserves to remain an annual event in the coming years.

Why are the French So Good at Horror Films?

Harriet Williamson | Posted 30.06.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Harriet Williamson

Out of the seething mass of horror films I have both endured and absorbed over the last four years, it is the French titles that stand out most in my mind. They refuse to be ignored. They are visceral, shocking and innovative and they stay with me long after the final credits are over.

WATCH: Daniel Day Lewis Playing Barack Obama

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.04.2013 | UK

In what at first appears to be the greatest make up job ever, Daniel Day Lewis describes the difficulties of playing President Barack Obama in an upco...

Film Review: Iron Man 3

Jack Pelling | Posted 24.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

While it has its problems, Black's Iron Man 3 is smart, funny and consistently entertaining, and serves as a reminder of just how fun blockbuster cinema can be when in the right hands.

The Best of the Video Nasties

Kieran Turner-Dave | Posted 19.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kieran Turner-Dave

Due to the advent of home video technology coinciding with a time of mass unemployment in the UK, many independent retailers began to spring up selling videos, which at the time did not have age restrictions and were not required to be classified by the BBFC.

What Better Than to Relax With a Great Movie - Blu-Ray Reviews

Clive Botting | Posted 20.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Clive Botting

THE HUNT Director : Thomas Vinterberg Cast : Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Annika Wedderkopp. Mads Mikkelsen Winner Best Actor Cannes 2012 ...

Love is All You Need (Review)

Alice Charles | Posted 18.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Alice Charles

Directed by Susanne Bier, who shares a writing credit with Anders Thomas Jensen, this is a story about one woman's emotional awakening, a Norwegian Shirley Valentine if you like. It's not the story as it's also about a middle-aged man coming to terms with the death of his wife.


PA | Posted 17.06.2013 | UK Entertainment

Hollywood star Gwyneth Paltrow has confessed she struggled to follow the plot for her latest film Iron Man 3 after reading the script. The actress ...

Film Review: Oblivion

Jack Pelling | Posted 12.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

Oblivion is an insultingly cynical, derivative and lazy clot of a film with clear aspirations for mediocrity; a meritless exercise in propheteering with a genuine contempt for its audience.

WE WENT TO WAR by Michael Grigsby and Rebekah Tolley

Rebekah Tolley | Posted 10.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Rebekah Tolley

Our journey with WE WENT TO WAR started on a rainy afternoon in London in December 2007. In between developing project ideas with Michael, I was slowly making my way through his extraordinary five decade back catalogue as one Britain's great documentary filmmakers. Today it was 'I Was a Soldier' (1970), possibly the very first sustained treatment about soldiers coming home from the frontlines of Vietnam.

Citizen Ebert

India Ross | Posted 04.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
India Ross

A critic for the Chicago Sun-Times for forty-six years, the Ebert era has bracketed the better half of film history. Unlike the fanatical doctrines of Pauline Kael, the humility of his observations broke through the cultural feudalism of cinema snobbery to land right aboard the brains and the breakfast tables of the American family. With syndication in more than 200 national newspapers, his voice of easy reason trickled from Chicago to Hollywood.

Trance - Review

Kieran Turner-Dave | Posted 28.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kieran Turner-Dave

Although the film is a little untamed and features some baffling choices in terms of story, there is a lot within Trance to enjoy. Danny Boyle's stylish direction helps to smooth over the mistakes within the screenplay and results in a gripping, interesting and hypnotic crime movie that for the most part keeps the audience guessing.

Film Review: Trance

Jack Pelling | Posted 28.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

This mind-bending, psychological-thriller is a far cry from sky-diving monarchs and jitterbugging nurses, but Boyle hasn't completly reined in his penchant for spectacle.

Hollywood's Not in the Mood for Sex and I Blame the Pirates

Richard Taylor | Posted 27.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Richard Taylor

It was reported by The Telegraph recently that 'sex has been all but eradicated from Hollywood scripts over the past 18 months'. Apparently sex scenes are being shunned in favour of dazzling special effects and tellingly, only two films containing sex and nudity made the box office top ten in the UK last year. So what is the reason for Hollywood's languishing libido?

Film Review: In The House

Jack Pelling | Posted 26.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

In The House, which picked up the top award at last year's San Sebastian Film Festival, is a jet black, yet oddly playful comedy about a gifted teenage writer named Claude (Ernst Umhauer), who is taken under the wing of his bored French teacher, M. Germain (Fabrice Luchini). 

Happy Birthday Quentin Tarantino! His 50 Best Moments

The Huffington Post UK | Sam Parker | Posted 27.03.2013 | UK Entertainment

Whether it was making the coolest films of the 90s, the most controversial films of the noughties or just being his volatile self on camera, Quentin T...

Film Review: A Late Quartet

Jack Pelling | Posted 26.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

Yaron Zilberman's debut feature, A Late Quartet is a delicately handled and brilliantly-observed relationship drama about the internal dynamics of a world renowned string quartet.

Film Review: 21 & Over

Jack Pelling | Posted 26.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

A thinly-veiled Hangover rehash with fewer jokes and fewer interesting characters,  21 & Over aims for outrageous campus comedy, but finds itself enrolled in the remedial class.

British Indie Filmmaker Shares Roots, His Journey and Debut Film

Gregory G. Allen | Posted 24.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Gregory G. Allen

There is nothing like social media that brings people together from different continents. Being an author about adversity and diversity, I was drawn to the story of indie filmmaker Marcus Markou from the United Kingdom. A man with a similar background to myself in the arts, I loved reading his blog about what he has gone through to get his film "Papadopoulos & Sons" made and into theaters for people to see it.

The Profumo Affair: The Making of 'Scandal'

Michael C. Thomas | Posted 21.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Michael C. Thomas

I heard Mandy Rice-Davies on the BBC this week. She sounds in good shape. She's the survivor. Today is the 50th anniversary of the day when Conservative MP and secretary of state for war John Profumo told the House of Commons that there was "no impropriety whatever" in his relationship with Christine Keeler, a watershed moment in what we now call 'The Profumo Affair'.