The Eye of the Storm Review

Charlotte Rampling gives a powerhouse performance as the overbearing dying matriarch in Fred Schepisi's adaptation of Patrick White's 1973 novel, The Eye of the Storm. Rampling plays Elizabeth Hunter who for one reason or other is the owner of a beautiful estate in the Sydney suburb of Centennial Park.

Cloud Atlas Review

Now, the shackles of its ‘unfilmable’ tag are broken by an ambitious trio renowned for ‘trial and error’ narratives and philosophical jargon. Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) and The Wachowskis (Matrix Trilogy) present to you nine years later, an elaborate and enriching vision with its structure resembling a ‘futuristic Love Actually’.

LFF 2012: Great Expectations

As many have already mentioned, it seems a rather odd time to present this latest adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic, Great Expectations considering the recent version last Christmas on the BBC is still pre... Read More...
National Lampoon's Animal House

Animal House: The Musical in the pipeline

It appears the West End and Broadway are as fresh out of ideas as remake-ridden contemporary Hollywood these days. Following in the wake of screen-to-stage adaptations of popular tear-jerkers Ghost and Dirty Da... Read More...