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Reviews Featuring John Hurt
One of the most memorable movies of the 80s, worthy of any DVD collection.
Still one of the best movies to come out of either the horror or sci-fi genre this one gets the blood pumping.
A nicely-packaged collectors item which anyone whos a fan of the series will love. Anyone else would be better off just getting the first two that ways cheaper, and you really wouldnt be missing out on much.
A Yorkshire nerd in love with an American femme fatale, an English film in love with American genres. The result is a romantic mystery that is neither very romantic nor very mysterious, but its quirky innocence may well still leave you smiling.
Confronting viewers with an ugly picture of themselves that some may not wish to see, this fable of corruption, exploitation and vengeance in a one-dog town is a classic story told in a bold new way, with never a dull moment.
This good-looking superhero adventure tackles all of life's big questions - what is the nature of evil, are genes more influential than the environment, and who would win in a fight between a shaven-horned demon and a giant hellborn squid.
This Brit-packed tale of feathery heroics might not have the bods at Pixar losing sleep any time soon but its a Valiant effort.
May the schwartz be with you as you settle down to this relentlessly silly send-up aimed at the kiddies from the Star Wars generation.
Dont bother opening the cinema door to this pile of hoodoo hokum.
Guillermo del Toros foray into the comic book world of Hellboy is an exciting, funny, and surprisingly touching sequel with some of the best visual effects Ive seen.
Just because you can see its message from a mile away, don't think this is some simple revenge/anti-government movie; a fully realized, thought-provoking viewing experience.
An original and compelling take on the end of the world from nouveau-Nazi Lars Von Trier. Excellent acting, beautiful cinematography and a wonderful soundtrack create a haunting atmosphere. A great film - even if you do leave the cinema with all hope and positivity destroyed.
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.
A remarkable true story brought to life in the most original and fascinating way by David Lynch.
A perfectly watchable swords and sandals gorefest. Nothing more.
Don't be put off by the synopsis. A film about perfume and sniffing really can be a dark, intriguing thriller.
If you want to see lovely attention to detail and a wonderfully grim portrayal of the Seventies then go see this. But for entertainment and an intriuiging plot you should probably stay away.
Mamma Mia, the accents are just one of the awful things about this terrible adaptation of a modern classic.