ALEX KEMP recommends a film that hits the cliché nail on the head.
Disclaimer: this is not a Pixar film. But it’s still got some charm, writes ALEX KEMP.
Bleak and alienating, Zero Dark Thirty is difficult to enjoy but worth seeing, writes ALEX KEMP.
“Many were applauding, some were actually crying.” But the only tears JAMES MITCHELL wept during this “weak and insubstantial” film were tears of despair.
“Russell Crowe’s scenes as the villain Javert… see him straining so hard to sing that he looks mildly constipated and has seemingly forgotten to do any acting.” Crowe aside, ALEX KEMP is awed and impressed.