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  1. Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang (Film)

    Posted Oct 15th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Barry C Chung Nanny McPhee returns with her signature accent in the fun family flick Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang. The film is a sequel to the 2005 original based on the Nurse Matilda ... performance as the caring yet overworked mum. However, fans of McGregor will be disappointed, as his screen-time is less than two minutes. Talk about a waste of talent! But the film is still ...

  2. Wild Target (film)

    Posted Sep 10th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Barry C Chung A quirky British rehash of the classic 1993 French crime-thriller parody Cible Emouvante, Wild Target is a 'comedy' with an A-list cast. But unlike its acclaimed ... identities and misunderstandings are sprinkled over a plot with a lot of holes. The tired jokes make the film feel second-hand and dull. Even worse, the gags seem to be recycled from a half-dozen old ...

  3. An awfully British affair

    Posted Jan 31st 2010, 12:00am by Adrian Wan

    ... Adrian Wan Though often seen as the British equivalent to the Oscars, the British Academy of Film and Television arts (Bafta) Awards differ in many things, most notably taste. In 1997, ... : Avatar/ An Education/ The Hurt Locker/ Precious/ Up in the Air Brit flick An Education plays the underdog to four Hollywood releases. Also shortlisted for Best British Film, it has the home ...

  4. FILM (1966)

    Posted Dec 05th 2010, 12:00am by Charlie Carter

    ... Charlie Carter Blow Up David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave, Sarah Miles Director: Michelangelo Antonioni Hailed as a 'mod masterpiece', Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni's super-cool 1966 thriller Blow Up came at just the moment when Lon ...

  5. FILM (1971)

    Posted Sep 19th 2010, 12:00am by Mathew Scott

    ... of the very nasty thug Alex, embodied here by Malcolm McDowell (below), dancing to a different tune entirely. As with everything Kubrick touched, the film is steely cold in its emotional content, ... Shut, Kubrick loved to make his audience squirm by tapping into the feeling we all must encounter at some stage that we don't really belong. And no one, in this film, seems to belong ...

  6. True colours

    Posted Sep 26th 2010, 12:00am by Sam Olluver

    ... the colours of truth fall into place. British playwright Anthony Shaffer used this formula to create Sleuth, his 1970 gem of intrigue that has been successfully adapted for the big screen twice (1972 ... before,' she says. British actor Andrew Swift plays Milo Tindle, a young hairdresser having an affair with the wife of Andrew Wyke (Barry O'Rorke), an older writer who wreaks revenge ...

  7. Best of British at Landmark

    Posted Oct 08th 2010, 12:00am by Kobi Chan

    ... Edited by Kobi Chan Paul Smith autumn-winter fashion show Where: The Landmark, Central When: September 8 What: British brand Paul Smith held a fashion show to preview looks from its latest men's and women's autumn-winter collections. Celebrities were out in force including actress Karen Mok Man-wai and TVB actor Moses Chan Ho. Who: Checking out the latest couture were Celia ...

  8. A-list fail to ignite dud script

    Posted Sep 05th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Barry C Chung Aquirky British rehash of the classic 1993 French crime-thriller parody Cible Emouvante, Wild Target is a 'comedy' with an A-list cast. But unlike its acclaimed ... a lot of farcical elements. Mistaken identities and misunderstandings are sprinkled over a plot with more holes than Swiss cheese. The tired jokes make the film feel derivative and dull. Even ...

  9. Double Take

    Posted Sep 12th 2010, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... and Cultural Services Department could have been made better with the inclusion of two vital films. First is suspense thriller The Birds from 1963. And then Double Take, a film not exactly made by the British director, but in itself an enlightening and entertaining piece which teases out the paranoia coursing through his later films in the 1960s, and how it relates to the anxiety felt worldwide ...

  10. Fish Tank

    Posted Jul 08th 2010, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... to be the most visually unappealing landscapes in Britain. With Fish Tank, which won the Prix du Jury at the Cannes Film Festival last year as Red Road did in 2006, the British director delivers an even ... mise-en-scene, Jarvis' contribution is key to what is one of the best British films to have emerged in the past year. Fish Tank opens today ...




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