Comfort of Strangers DVD review

Mary (Natasha Richardson) and Colin (Rupert Everett) are in Venice for a romantic getaway. They want to rekindle their love but in steps Robert (Christopher Walken), a local man with a Canadian wife Caroline (H... Read More...

A Late Quartet Review

A Late Quartet is one of those films, which unfortunately should be a lot better than it actually is. On paper, it features one of the most talented and intriguing cast lists in recent cinema. Lead by Philip Seymour Hoffman and Christopher Walken, A Late Quartet, follows a classical musical quartet as they approach their 25th anniversary.

LFF 2012: Seven Psychopaths

It’s almost as if In Bruges (2008) hadn’t made it clear that Martin McDonagh’s imagination amounts to a casual, self-conscious racism, misogyny and verbal verbosity punctuated by grisly, charmless violence. ... Read More...

Dark Horse DVD Review

Dark Horse follows Abe (Gelber), a single grown up man who still lives at home with his parents (Christopher Walken & Mia Farrow) who collects comic book toys and works for his dad's company, despite the fact he hates it more and more everyday.
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Catch Me If You Can (2002)

Buy Catch Me If You Can (DVD) from Play.com Starring: Leonardo Di Caprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen This film's been around for a few years now and it has passed me by until now. Mai... Read More...