A Foodie Delight: 'Tasting Menu' Serves Up Spanish Style, Foot Fetishism, And An International Cast [Trailer + Pictures]

3rd March 2014 -

 News

Tasting Menu is preparing to open in America after having premiered in Spain last year to acclaim. The Spanish-set, bilingual movie pushes the boundaries of international cinema with a unique premise and sumptuous shots of...

Tasting Menu

3rd March 2014 -

 Video

Marc and Rachel haven't seen each other for a whole year since their relationship ended, but they are now forced to re-unite once again to fulfil a date they have been waiting for for a...

Stars Turn Out For Seamus Heaney's Funeral

2nd September 2013 -

 News

Rockers U2 and Hollywood actor Stephen Rea turned out in Dublin, Ireland on Monday (02Sep13) to pay their respects to award-winning poet Seamus Heaney at his funeral.Singer Bono was joined by his wife Ali Hewson...

Movie Reviews Rock Of Ages

15th June 2012 -

 News

Over rock and roll's "ages" since the 1950s -- and especially since the 1980s -- pop music lovers have split into separate in-groups, each one becoming a veritable religion unto itself, each one scorning the...

Movie Reviews Snow White And The Huntsman

1st June 2012 -

 News

Somewhat surprisingly, given what several critics regarded as a put-offish title, there are only a handful of negative reviews for Snow White and the Huntsman , starring Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth in the title...

Movie Reviews The Five-year Engagement

27th April 2012 -

 News

In 2012 a movie with a title like The Five-Year Engagement hardly seems as provocative as one with a title like The 40-Year-Old Virgin but, despite the innocuous title, the movie is picking up some...

Blackthorn

12th April 2012 -

 Movie Review

Plaintive and perhaps too slow-moving for mainstream audiences, this finely made Western cycles through a rather long, complex narrative. But it's thoroughly involving, with terrific characters and an engaging emotional punch. It turns out that...

Blackthorn

1st November 2011 -

 Video

Butch Cassidy is infamous for being a bank and train robber and the leader of the Wild Bunch Gang, which included the criminals Elzy Lay, George Curry, Laura Bullion and Harry Tracy. He is perhaps...

Movie Reviews Scream 4

15th April 2011 -

 News

It's a brave studio that opens its screening-room doors to critics for a horror film. Stephen Rea in the Philadelphia Inquirer suggests that the reason The Weinstein Co.'s Dimension Films has done so with Scream...

Movie Reviews Sucker Punch

25th March 2011 -

 News

Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch is being punched right and left by critics, with many of them suggesting that the real suckers will be those by tickets to see it. Of the leading film critics, only...

Movie Reviews Blue Valentine

29th December 2010 -

 News

Fresh off their victory in persuading the MPAA ratings board to reduce the rating of Blue Valentine from NC-17 to R, the Weinstein Brothers are receiving much critical praise for the film as it opens...

Movie Reviews Salt

23rd July 2010 -

 News

Salt , starring Angelina Jolie, is being described by critics as an "action thriller." Their reviews indicate that the emphasis should be placed on the "action." The film moves with such speed, they say, that...

The Heavy

14th April 2010 -

 Video

Boots Mason is an enforcer, a problem solver for those who can afford his services, his brother is a hopeful candidate for Prime Minster. When Boots is given the option of terminating his employment in...

Ondine

9th February 2010 -

 Video

Watch the trailer for OndineSyracuse is an Irish fisherman, he works long days and his daughter is the most important person in his life. The morning Syracuse was to meet Ondine started much like any...

Movie Reviews G-force

24th July 2009 -

 News

Roger Ebert in the Chicago Sun-Times heaps faint praise on G-Force , describing it as "pleasant, inoffensive." "It will possibly be enjoyed by children of all ages," he remarks with hardly a trace of enthusiasm....

Kisses

17th July 2009 -

 Movie Review

Like an Irish Somers Town, this runaway odyssey centres on two pre-teens who have a series of adventures. It's both sweet and tough, with vivid characters and an unnerving sense of danger.Dylan (Curry) is trying...

Interview with the Vampire

26th September 2008 -

 Movie Review

I suppose you're either an Anne Rice fan or you're not. I, for what it's worth, am not, and the first movie to be ground out from one of her little vampire books was...

Sixty Six

1st August 2008 -

 Movie Review

Preteen years can be so awkward, especially when you're in the shadow of a bully big brother. And an obsessive-compulsive father. And a blind rabbi preparing you for your Bar Mitzvah. This is the sweet,...

Stuck

30th May 2008 -

 Movie Review

Sometimes you're the windshield; sometimes you're the bug. But in Stuart Gordon's thoroughly nasty horror/comedy parable of the Bush era, Stuck, every character is a bug on the windshield of a hateful American society, some...

Suvari + Rea Re-enact Hit + Run Windshield Death Drama

28th May 2008 -

 News

MENA SUVARI and STEPHEN REA are retelling the gruesome real-life story of a woman who left a homeless man stuck in the windshield of her car after a hit and run accident in a new...

Movie Reviews: 1408

22nd June 2007 -

 News

Critics, who are used to roundly cursing just about every newly released horror film, aren't doing so in the case of 1408, a film based on a story by Stephen King about a cursed hotel...

The Reaping

6th April 2007 -

 Movie Review

Trouble sleeping? Try The Reaping. As Stephen Hopkins' sinfully boring devil dance continues creeping, at your watch you'll be peeping. By the time you reach the preposterous conclusion, where a sequel-establishing twist looms like a...

Movie Reviews: The Good Shepherd

22nd December 2006 -

 News

Critics seem to regard Robert De Niro's The Good Shepherd with respect. That's not to say they like it. Take, for example, Gene Seymour's review in Newsday, which concludes that the movie "absorbs without resonating,...

De Palma Movie Set For Remake

14th April 2006 -

 News

Veteran film director BRIAN DE PALMA's 1973 movie SISTERS is set for a remade, with film-maker DOUGLAS BUCK claiming he will fill his project with both "style and substance". The remake will star French actress...

Fascinating Fact 1297

29th March 2006 -

 News

Actor STEPHEN REA plays an investigator charged with tracking down those responsible for bombing London's Old Bailey Court in new movie V FOR VENDETTA. In real life, Rea was married to DOLOURS PRICE for 20...

V for Vendetta

17th March 2006 -

 Movie Review

A handful of films released during the 2005 Oscar race raised important questions about the unchecked influence of government. Stephen Gaghan's Syriana probed the unholy marriage of business and politics in the Middle East. George...

The Confessor

25th February 2006 -

 Movie Review

I take no price in having sat through the entirety of The Confessor, but Stephen Rea's third billing convinced me that it might be worth my trouble. (Molly Parker isn't bad either, and even headliner...

Still Crazy

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Imagine if the cast of Trainspotting started a rock band in the 1970s which faded away, then 30 years later they got together for an old-fogies reunion tour. Okay, that movie would be a...

In Dreams

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Neil Jordan (The Crying Game) just keeps going down down down. This time, it's a "thriller" about a loony who controls the dreams of Bening, making her loony as well. The loony (I'll...

Interview With the Vampire

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

I suppose you're either an Anne Rice fan or you're not. I, for what it's worth, am not, and the first movie to be ground out from one of her little vampire books was...

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i like v for vendetta good movie and interesting storyi watched v for vendetta last weekcool movie and i like Stephen Rea fromAnne Marie Kerrthank you and have a wonderful weekend

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