May 22 2013 Latest news:
Following strong performances in Killer Joe, Bernie, Magic Mike and The Paperboy, which garnered several awards, Matthew McConaughey’s renaissance continues with an eye-catching central turn in Jeff Nichols’s tender coming-of-age drama.
Adapted from the 2007 novel by Mohsin Hamid, this thriller centres on a conversation between a Pakistani professor and an American investigative journalist that might in fact be a battle of wits between a terrorist and a CIA operative.
The new film from Pedro Almodovar is set almost entirely on a plane. Due to faulty landing equipment, Peninsula Airlines flight 2549 to Mexico City is circling around Toledo waiting for a runway for an emergency landing.
Modern superhero trilogies (Batman, X-Men, Spider-Man) adhere to a very strict pattern. The first sets up the characters and situations intriguingly and bursts with promise. The second is the perfect expression of the concept. The third is a great big overblown mess.
This is the year that the long gestating Alan Partridge Movie is due to appear. Until August, though, we’ll have to make do with another Michael Winterbottom film in which Coogan most determinedly doesn’t play Partridge.