Spoof music biopic based (mostly) on the life of Johnny Cash
Gritty Texan thriller from the inimitable Coen Bros.
Intermittently funny but misfiring piss-take of the music biopic by writer of The 40-Year Old Virgin
Skillful thriller about backstreet abortion in Romania
One man's Cold War crusade, rephrased as a crackpot comedy with Tom Hanks
Youthful crime tragedy from the 83-year old Sidney Lumet
The many sides of Bob Dylan: provocatively, brillinatly imagined
Flailing 'tapestry of illusion' from one of modern cinema's godfathers; Francis Ford Coppola
Subversive gangster thriller; suitably dark. Stars Joaquin Phoenix
Don Siegel's timeless classic of paranoid sci-fi
The last episodes of the greatest drama series ever made
Fab four’s spy farce; restored, but still flimsy
Brad Pitt helps debunk the myth of the Wild West’s ‘Robin Hood’
Three brothers. On a train. In India..
Herzog's 'mainstream' jungle drama gets mixed results
True New York crime story well told by Ridley Scott
Sean Penn’s Great American Epic: nature boy rejects society
Rodriguez’s zombiefest stands alone outside Grindhouse
Excellent doc concerning Apollo 13 space programme
Michael Moore takes a scalpel to the US healthcare system
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
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