With superb performances, nail-biting tension and a commitment to recreating the world of 1979 that borders on the obsessive, Argo shows Ben Affleck truly coming into his own as a director. There are a few glaring problems that seem to plague any film attempting to dramatise a true story, but the film builds up such good will that most of the negatives can be forgiven.
Acclaimed TV actor Bryan Cryanston has spent the past few years juggling his multiple Emmy award-winning small screen career with a soaring cinema presence. But which Power Ranger is named after him? We’ve got all you need to know on Walter White (be honest, that’s how you think of him) in this week’s Cheat Sheet.
The annual BFI London film festival has arrived to cheer away the doom and gloom of the coming months. Giving Londoners the opportunity to get a look at films they might not ordinarily get the chance to appreciate, the festival has an array of unique and exciting features on offer. We know we say this every week, but this is one experience you really will not want to miss.
What’s your favourite Len Wiseman movie? Before you do yourself an injury trying to weigh the cons and cons of Underworld and Die Hard 4, let me put you out of your misery: as of August 29th, 2012, the answer will be Total Recall. Heck, it might even be your film of the summer. And believe me, it’s nothing to be embarrassed about.
So she’s now Dame Helen Lydia Mironoff, HWoF? That’s a mouthful.
The third series of critically acclaimed drama Breaking Bad is out on DVD this month, and we’ve got three copies to give away! Read on to find out how you can win (it doesn’t involve making any meth)…