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Reviews Featuring Jim Broadbent
Good. Gangs of New York is like a really good looking (but boring) date. You hope there's some sugar waiting for you if you persevere, but you've got to get through three hours of monotony before you reach it. And like a boring date, there's not enough substance here to bring you back for a repeat performance.
A nicely put together period drama, with a surprising amount of humour and an impressive ensemble cast.
Offers us something different from the usual (and increasingly tiresome) gangland matter, but the end product is confusing, muddled-up and far, FAR too long. Any fans of DiCaprio out there (well, it takes all sorts) would be much better off picking up a copy of the vastly-superior Catch Me If You Can.
'Bright Young Things' is a riotously entertaining portrait of parasitic, feckless abandon in the late 1930s. A delicious, delirious dance through a time of serious change.
Do your kids a favour and take them on a nice trip to the dentist instead.
You wont have too much trouble keeping up with this particular Jones but you might enjoy it. If you like that sort of thing.
Silly but fun take the whole family along.
Goes beyond the edge of not just reason, but comedy and good sense. Lets hope Bridget keeps her diary private from now on.
Superbly acted 1950s-set drama in which illegal abortions engender an unexpected kind of family tragedy - not quite Mike Leigh's best, but still quietly devastating.
This well-meaning cartoon romp completely misses the point of the series its based on - but thats not to say a little bit of me doesnt still want to see a big-budget blockbuster remake of The Herbs. Just imagine the very friendly lion called Parsley losing the rag and going on a bloody rampage!
The cast-list might suggest otherwise, but this utterly forgettable costume drama really is one you should make a point of missing.
A nice and shiny slice of cartoon wizardry, this robostory does exactly what it says on the tin.
This Brit-packed tale of feathery heroics might not have the bods at Pixar losing sleep any time soon but its a Valiant effort.
Sit the whole family down to this Python-made romp through time and space.
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 nice period romance that somehow makes Queen Victoria sexy and doesn't insult the audience's intelligence.
Another worthy but depressing slice of life from Mike Leigh. Do not watch if you're a depressed singleton (check). Do watch if you want to see quality acting and emotional subjects tackled very well (also check, so not all bad).
Oddly this is simultaneously a brave movie and a toothless biopic. It's certainly lifted by a stellar performance from Meryl Streep that goes beyond mere impersonation.