Articles Posted in the " Harry Potter " Category



  • Cheat Sheet: Ralph Fiennes

    Coriolanus is out! It hasn’t been nominated for any Oscars (because it was released too late, but let’s not split hairs)! Ralph Fiennes is on the warpath (probably)! And just think what a man who takes Auschwitz in his stride would do to you if you bumped into him and mispronounced his name? READ THIS CHEAT SHEET QUICKLY, BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!


  • Magic to Win

    One winning performance and a couple of charming moments aside, Magic to Win is a derivative, slightly dull fantasy for a young audience. Dripping with familiar tropes and overbearing, syrupy music, Wilson Yip’s film is one you can afford to miss at the cinema.


  • Top 10 Cats in Film

    This Friday, Dreamworks’ Shrek spin-off Puss in Boots is hitting the cinemas. To celebrate this occasion, we are taking a look back at some of our most beloved onscreen cats. We’ve also invited along noted cat scientist Professor Snowypaws to help us out.




  • Seven Film Franchises You Won’t Believe Are Still Going

    If asked to name successful film franchises, you could more than likely rattle off a few that have held audience interests long enough to exceed the standard trilogy. James Bond. Harry Potter. Star Wars. Heck, even Resident Evil is still putting bums on seats after four instalments. But not all film franchises continue to pull in the crowds, instead defaulting to DVD as they continue to explore their characters, story and that crack in the floor in HMV. We’ve found seven of the saddest…


  • 10 reasons you’re wrong about Daniel Radcliffe

    There’s a balmy lethargy that comes over anyone who tries to talk about Daniel Radcliffe. Eyes become dusty, heads shake, the subject is swiftly changed and forgotten, as conversation invariably turns to Emma Watson’s blossoming torso. But why? Over the course of ten years mainly made up of having pictures taken with owls, the Boy Who Lived has somehow developed traits of He Who Must Not Be Named. But you know what? You’re wrong about Daniel Radcliffe. You’re wrong about him, and I’ve got words that prove it.