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Spain’s most prolific filmmaker and one of the first directors to enter popular cinema as openly gay, Pedro Almodóvar has returned to his original form of comedy with I’m so Excited!, a genre he perfected in the ‘80s with films such as Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.
Steven Soderbergh’s gone Haywire. As another entry to the scarce list of Hollywood wonder-woman movies, Haywire builds its arsenal through generously sponging from its immediate superiors. Soderbergh politely knocks on the door of Fincher’s Girl With The Dragon Tattoo as he fancies the protagonist make-up. Next stop – he races down the fast lane and [...]
Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal looks set to take up the famous black mask of Latino legend Zorro in a reboot of the series, whilst the character’s former cape-wearer Antonio Banderas has signed on to play another legendary Spaniard – Pablo Picasso. Both actors made names for themselves in their native countires before making the [...]
Leaving Jolie’s Salt shivering in the corner, Soderbergh’s latest offering is an exercise in how to make great action cinema. The plot may sound typical; a covert operative is double crossed and must work to uncover a conspiracy. However the delivery is certainly anything but conventional, with a strong female character and art house pretensions. [...]
Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film marks his first foray into the psychological horror genre, though The Skin I Live In could hardly be considered an experimental piece since he keeps intact so many of his trademark directorial flourishes. It’s just as theatrical, just as colourful, and just as strange as we might expect from Spain’s most [...]
Director: Chris Miller Starring: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Zach Galifianakis UK Release Date:09/12/11