2.5

Hail, Caesar! Review

“Mr. Mannix? I don’t wanna sound screwy, but someone’s calling from the future?” It’s actually the past that’s calling in Hail, Caesar!, the Coen Brothers’ first proper foray into comedy since 2008’s Burn A... Read More...
4.0

Berlin Film Festival 2016: Hail, Caesar Review

Loaded with a big name cast hamming it up to the nines, Joel and Ethan Coen return having shamelessly plumbed and thumbed the contents of their contact list to wield some starry-eyed gloss to their affectionate, yet also occasionally cutting, look at the Hollywood machine in the 1950s in Hail, Caesar.

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57th BFI London Film Festival Programme Announced

The British Film Institute have announced the full programme for the 57th BFI London Film Festival, 12 days of some of the biggest and most exciting upcoming releases in mainstream, independent, world and experimental cinema.

Cannes 2013: Inside Llewyn Davis Review

The recipient of this year’s Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Inside Llewyn Davis brings the Coen Brothers back to the spotlight after the lukewarm success of A Serious Man. Unlike anything they’ve done before but still recognizable as a ‘Coen’ film, Inside Llewyn Davis deservedly garnered showers of attention at the festival for its stand-out performances, beautiful cinematography, and exceptional directing.

True Grit Film Review

The Coen brothers’ last foray into the wild west, the universally acclaimed No Country For Old Men, got them more than a few awards, so it’s no surprise they’ve returned there for their first “true” western. Bu... Read More...