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Reviews Featuring Michael Gambon
An above-average Brit-comedy with a superb but largely under-used cast.
Youll laugh here and there, but this is far from Ali G at his best. Pick up some of his early TV stuff if you can, but this is a film best left on the shelf.
A visually exhilarating but virtually unfathomable hundred-mile-an-hour bare-back hippogriff ride. Baffled? You will be!
Proof, if ever it was required, that the Ol West did indeed stretch on and on and on and on
Its hard to do poetic justice to the life of a literary great when youre not allowed to use any poetry.
Make sure you grab a slice of the cake.
Great visuals shame about the story.
A bit like those angels wings, its sporadically up-lifting in a way that doesnt quite make sense but more often than that its a maudlin chore with too scant a reward.
Hats off to Annette Bening for a remarkable performance in an unremarkable movie.
Few films are as rich and strange as this bittersweet comic odyssey into the depths of human yearning.
An all-around thrilling experience, even at two-and-a-half hours, this Harry Potter installment only whets our appetite for the final act(s) with touches of humor, romance, adventure, and a little bit of scariness.
A fantastic big screen adaptation of a fantastic book keeps both kids and adults happy.
A post-Apocalytpic Western that's just not as good as many others out there.
A fitting end to the hugely popular series sees Harry Potter re-find the magic it had recently lost in previous instalments. Unfortunately though, this landmark leaves most of the British film industry unemployed.
The performances of Billy Connolly, Maggie Smith and company make this simple but entertaining Dustin Hoffman-driven comedy drama a success.