Articles Posted in the " The Ides of March " Category

  • Cheat Sheet: Philip Seymour Hoffman

    This Friday heralds the release of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s directorial debut, Jack Goes Boating. In honour of his achievements in the worlds of film and seeming like a nice man, we have decided to take a look back at his career. From bit parts to lead roles, Hoffman has always stood out as a dignified, intelligent actor. Plus, he was in Triple Bogey on a Par Five Hole, only our favourite movie of all time!

  • The Ides of March

    INSIGHT ALERT: politics can sometimes be a bit of a mucky business. There. Everyone was thinking it, but God knows it had never been articulated before George Clooney bravely blew the cobwebs off our antiquated belief that politicians are all selfless good guys working for the benefit of Joe Q. Public. The Ides of March is snappy and competent, but its hackneyed ‘message’ is dated beyond belief.

  • BFI London Film Festival guide 2011

    The 12th of October draws ever nearer, and every day the tingle in our hearts (and pants) gets more alarming. The 55th BFI London Film Festival has announced its full programme, and there are SPOILS TO BE ENJOYED! Sit back, take in our highlights and cancel your ASDA delivery – it’s time to start saving…