Articles Posted in the " Ralph Fiennes " Category

  • Coriolanus

    Ralph Fiennes’ directorial debut takes on one of the darkest and most violent of Shakespeare’s tragedies with gorily glorious results. Combining a talented and varied central cast with an intelligently updated script which transports the play to the war-torn present day, Coriolanus is Shakespeare for the Call of Duty generation.


  • Page Eight

    Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz, Michael Gambon and the sainted David Hare, all working together? Marvellous. Page Eight rises above its dreadful trailer to provide a vivid and sensitively nuanced peek into the reality of modern intelligence-gathering.









  • Why BAFTA is celebrating the Harry Potter films

    Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema at the BAFTA awards to going to everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure- the Harry Potter films. We decided to celebrate this achievement by taking a trip down memory lane and working out what was so good, which bits were so bad and what on earth some of it was all about.