Amelia has written 12 articles for Nouse
It’s pretty much a no brainer that any film script strong enough to ensnare Kate Winslet, Kevin Spacey and Laura Linney will turn out to be good (and, for the record, if you loved Spacey before, you’ll be floored by this performance)
Rumour has it that there are stirs from Martin Scorsese’s office, but what’s happened to the iconic “Mob Movie”?
Never has a film been more aptly named. From the opening of Pour Elle (Anything for Her), Julien’s every action is governed by his increasing determination to help his wrongly accused wife escape from the justice system which has so dramatically failed them
Take the nail-biting journey along the world’s second highest road and explore the remote and unique region of Ladakh in Northern India
Cannes 2009: with a surprisingly large British offering, can we bring home the bacon?
The film is shot in a monotonousfashion, with no stamp of originality: it feels like Doubt should have remained as a stage play
The Parallax View is the second in Pakula’s ‘paranoia trilogy’ of political thrillers
Very, very occasionally, a few times in a lifetime perhaps, we might come across a story of such magical conception
When East Meets West: As India and the west join forces, what can we expect from a future of collaboration?
Bold claims that Mickey Rourke has produced “the greatest cinematic comeback ever” may have been shrugged off with amused scepticism. Yet if at first the decision to cast Rourke, fallen heart-throb and puffy-faced has-been, seems bizarre, it ultimately proves to be a catalyst for the film’s brilliance
Same old, same old: British film is stuck in a timewarp ruled by social cliché
This American Indie is refreshingly different: this is modern Gothic Horror at its finest and most subtle