Bob Hoskins


August 13, 2008 // 0 Comments

Oliver Stone has a hand for making political history popular despite the fact that his films are typically shrouded in controversy and questioned on their accuracy. Regardless of what really happened, "JFK," for example, is certainly the most [...]


July 8, 2008 // 0 Comments

I knew absolutely nothing about "Doomsday" until recently a press release appeared indicating the film would appear on DVD and Blu-Ray. I had not caught any theatrical buzz or trailers and as such the film was a complete novelty to me. It [...]


August 11, 2006 // 0 Comments

"Unleashed" marks Universal's first HD-DVD release that comes as a combo, featuring the high definition version of the movie on one side of the disc and a DVD version on the flip side. Written and co-produced by Luc Besson, [...]

Mrs. Henderson Presents

April 20, 2006 // 0 Comments

Genius Products is the new studio created by the Weinstein brothers after they cut their ties with Disney. Their first titles are now rolling in and "Mrs. Henderson Presents" is one of those releases. Produced in the United Kingdom and directed [...]


April 14, 2006 // 0 Comments

Imaginatively filmed and wildly original, "Stay" is a supernatural thriller that almost becomes more of an experience, rather than a typical film. I don't think that many will predict the outcome of this one, or even remotely envision the [...]

Enemy At The Gates

August 30, 2001 // 0 Comments

It seems inevitable that director Jean-Jacques Annaud’s large-scale WWII drama would be compared to "Saving Private Ryan." On the surface, "Enemy at the Gates" appears to mimic its predecessor yet, given a closer look, the latter [...]

The Cotton Club

July 10, 2001 // 0 Comments

Francis Ford Coppola’s 30’s period piece ’The Cotton Club’ is another one of his stylish films that are full of hauntingly beautiful images and an almost poetic visual style, underscoring the filmmaker’s rather artistic take on movies as opposed [...]

Felicia’s Journey

May 23, 2000 // 0 Comments

’Felicia’s Journey’ is a passionate thriller located in England that tells the story of a serial killer in a very unique way. Played by Bob Hoskins, Joseph Hilditch is an eccentric chef whose path crosses with that of Felicia, a young woman on the [...]


March 14, 2000 // 0 Comments

Commonly hailed as one of the few disappointments in Hollywood Wunderkind Steven Spielberg’s career, "Hook" is certainly one of the more playful movies by the director, and I have to admit that I did not particularly like the film the first [...]