By Gareth Negus
With yet another election looming in the next few weeks, we’re revisiting Gareth Negus’s review of the Margaret Thatcher biopic from 2011. Whatever you may think of the present incumbent, y ou’d never catch Thatch looking awkward while eating chips out of a cone.
Continue reading The Iron Lady
Gareth Negus uses his search engine to find meaning in Lion
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Gareth Negus watches Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard share a special relationship in World War II drama, Allied. That’s an actual line from the film, by the way.
Continue reading Show Me Your Chickens, Max
Gareth Negus watches the TV series of Wolf Creek.
He’s behind you.
Continue reading Welcome to Mick’s World
Gareth Negus learns to stop worrying and love the bomb, with the new Criterion Collection blu-ray.
“Gentlemen! You can’t fight in here, this is the war room!”
Continue reading Dr. Strangelove
Matthew Turner and Gareth Negus pick out their highlights from this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Continue reading Edinburgh Film Festival 2016
Friday the thirteenth is lucky for some asGreen Room Gareth Negus has more fun than he expected to with Cannes 2015 Directors’ Fortnight selection , in UK cinemas this week.
Continue reading You’ll Be The First To Go
Gareth Negus opens ‘Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion’ and finds a mix of bullseyes and misses.
Continue reading Cult Reader
Gareth Negus watches the version of Pride and Prejudice where a person is sought after not for their wealth or status but for their brains.
Let off some steam, Bennet!
Continue reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
Gareth Negus reviews Amy Schumer’s breakthrough movie. Was it a Super Advance First Class or… no, you’re right, that’s not going to work at all. Sorry.
Continue reading Trainwreck