Boss, starring Kelsey Grammar comes to DVD in the UK on Monday and we’ve taken a look at it ahead of its release.
Charting the story of Mayor of Chicago Tom Kane, a man filled with corruption and an insatiable lust for power that he is ready to betray anyone at any moment to keep control of his beloved city.
Come as You Are is a small foreign film with a huge heart.
Based on a true story of 3 young men, all of whom are disabled, they plot an escape to Spain where they plan to have their first sexual experiences.
Essentially a road trip movie this film goes tells a heartwarming story of life lessons, friendships, acceptance and love.
Made of Stone is a film by the acclaimed film maker Shane Meadows, of This is England fame, about the reformation of The Stone Roses and their Heaton Park gigs.
Celebrating 50 years since its release Cleopatra starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor ahs been beautifully restored for this 50th Anniversary re-release.
In stunning high definition this film has been remastered to the highest level. The quality is so good you will marvel at the fact that this lavish production is indeed the age it is.
Standing the test of time the performances from the now iconic Taylor as Cleopatra and Burton as Mark Anthony the film, about the Egyptian Queen and themes of power, love, obsession and despair this is an epic in every sense of the word.
Today sees the release to the follow up of Paul Tanter’s The Rise and Fall of the White Collar Hooligan and picks up in life after the job.
Mike Jacob’s (Nick Nevern) has escaped to the Costa Del Sol and started his life again, but after a frankly convenient and chance encounter with two people from his old life that recognise him his life is turned upside down when his girlfriend is kidnapped and held hostage by the man he stole from. Desperate to save her he hunts down old associates that can help.
‘The Great Gatsby’ follows would-be writer Nick Carraway as he leaves the Midwest and comes to New York City in the spring of 1922. Chasing his own American Dream, Nick Carraway is lured into the lavish world of his party giving millionaire neighbour, Jay Gatsby, who lives across the bay from his cousin Daisy. However, Nick soon bears witness to a tale of impossible love, obsession, madness and tragedy.
Fast and Furious 6 is like a NOS fuelled version of it’s earlier counterparts with Director Justin Lin back in the driving seat he took this franchise up a notch in every possible way.
JJ Abrams was at the helm of the new, Star Trek Into Darkness and he delivers yet another phenomenal movie.
A self confessed novice going into the prequel to this film I was not much of a Star Trek fan but left converted, this time I left a fanatic.
The Impossible is an incredible true story focusing on one family’s struggle for survival in the 2004 Tsunami. Strong acting and fantastic practical effects make this film a hard-hitting, sometimes difficult watch. The drama is portrayed with brutal but beautiful realism on the big screen without glorifying or belittling this tragic event. Won’t be many dry eyes left for this one.
If the title “The Cabinet of Dr Caligari” brings back memories of painful undergraduate film studies lectures where you just wanted to get on to discussing which was the best Lethal Weapon, then its safe to say we have different attitudes towards cinema. However, before you scroll onward, looking for some leaked teaser footage from the new Star Trek film, let me try and explain why Caligari is worth your time.