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Lucy, The Core, and scientific accuracy in films

Ryan Lambie Feature Aug 21, 2014

Luc Besson’s Lucy may be based on a debunked myth, but does bad science in films matter if the story’s well-told, Ryan asks...

The Art Of John Alvin review

Ryan Lambie Review Aug 21, 2014

One of the greatest poster illustrators ever gets a volume devoted to his work. Here's Ryan's review of the lavish Art Of John Alvin...

Studio Ghibli's The Tale Of Princess Kaguya: English trailer

Ryan Lambie Trailer Aug 20, 2014

The first English trailer for Studio Ghibli's latest feature, The Tale Of Princess Kaguya has arrived. Feast your eyes within...

Marvel's Ant-Man: first official image

Ryan Lambie News Aug 19, 2014

As filming gets under way on Ant-Man, Marvel releases the first official image. Take a look here...

Star Wars original cuts on Blu-ray: the evidence

Ryan Lambie Feature Aug 19, 2014

Rumours suggest that original cuts of Star Wars are heading to Blu-ray. But how likely is that? Ryan weighs up the possibilities...

The side-scrolling shooter: 1980-2004?

Ryan Lambie Feature Aug 18, 2014

Once an arcade mainstay, the side-scrolling shooter seems to be dwindling from existence. Ryan looks back at a sadly neglected genre...

Lucy review

Ryan Lambie Review Aug 18, 2014

Luc Besson directs Scarlett Johansson in the action thriller, Lucy. Here’s Ryan’s review of a film enlivened by its lead performance...

Could these be Star Wars: Episode VII's Stormtroopers?

The Star Wars logo.
Ryan Lambie News Aug 15, 2014

With an obligatory spoiler warning, some candid images have emerged that purport to be the new Stormtroopers from Star Wars: Episode VII...

Jackie Chan interview: Chinese Zodiac and retiring

Ryan Lambie Interview Aug 13, 2014

Is Jackie Chan really retiring? Maybe not, he tells us, as he talks about his new film Chinese Zodiac, his upcoming sequels and more...

Exclusive: Jackie Chan on Shanghai Dawn and Expendables 4

Ryan Lambie News Aug 12, 2014

While promoting his new film Chinese Zodiac, Jackie Chan tells us about his sequel plans, including Shanghai Dawn and Expendables 4...

The 12 most insanely hot movie actors

Ryan Lambie Simon Brew Feature Aug 7, 2014

These insanely hot film actors will blow your mind...

New trailer - The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water

Ryan Lambie Trailer Aug 1, 2014

The Spongebob Movie takes Nickleodeon's surreal characters into the 3D realm. Here's a new trailer for Sponge Out Of Water...

Captain America 2: 2014's most subversive superhero film?

Ryan Lambie Feature Aug 1, 2014

Captain America: The Winter Soldier taps into current fears about surveillance and data-mining. Ryan looks at its subversive undertones...

In memoriam: Dick Smith

Ryan Lambie News Jul 31, 2014

Legendary makeup artist Dick Smith, famous for such films as The Exorcist and The Godfather, has sadly passed away.

Interstellar: the third trailer

Ryan Lambie Trailer Jul 30, 2014

The third trailer has landed for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. Take a look right here...

What Video Games: The Movie inadvertently says about mainstream games

Ryan Lambie Feature Jul 30, 2014

Video Games: The Movie takes a breezy tour of history, but shows mainstream gaming in a less than favourable light, Ryan writes...

Films that'd get a fairer hearing if they weren't sequels

Simon Brew Ryan Lambie Odd List Jul 30, 2014

Some sequels are doomed to live in the shadow of the hits that triggered them. Here are a few examples...

The BBFC and 12 years of 12A: does the system work?

Ryan Lambie Feature Jul 30, 2014

The BBFC has released a video explaining how the 12A system works. But does it make sense, and how effective is it?

In memoriam: James Shigeta

Ryan Lambie News Jul 29, 2014

We pay tribute to the actor James Shigeta, famous for his roles in Flower Drum Song, Die Hard, and a legion other turns on stage and TV.

Mood Indigo review

Ryan Lambie Review Jul 28, 2014

Director Michael Gondry returns with the visually stunning romantic drama, Mood Indigo. Here's Ryan's review of a bewitching film...

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