In the last ten years, British film directors have tweaked the gangster caper, invented the zom-rom-com, updated the monster film and charmed audiences/critics alike. So if you’re into top 10 film cheat sheets, let’s wallow in the top 10 British movies of the last ten years. Top hole!
Daniel Barber, the Oscar-nominated director of Michael Caine crime flick Harry Brown, has applauded Best For Film’s campaign to defend the UKFC.
Back to the gritty, urban milieu of earlier films such as Get Carter, Michael Caine delivers an uncompromising and sympathetic performance in Harry Brown, a dark and violent revenge thriller. But where the performances stand out, some of the politics in the film fare less well. Read on to find out what we thought of Michael Caine blowing off more than just doors.
In the grand tradition of celebrities mouthing off about social policy as if they’re highly educated experts on the subject, Michael Caine has announced he’d support the return of national service as a way to pull England’s troubled youths into line.