Aaron Sorkin is back in the courtroom. The man who made his debut as a movie writer with A Few Good Men is once again in front of a judge for the politically-charged drama The Trial of the Chicago 7. As well as translating the true story of the bizarre trial for the big screen,
Netflix has been a reliable source of cinematic fun during the coronavirus pandemic, releasing a selection of its biggest blockbusters while other studios have been sitting on their hands in lieu of the multiplex. The latest is the stylish, super-powered thriller Project Power, which rips unique abilities from the pages of comic books and houses
It's easy to understand why top actors jump at the chance to star in single-location thriller movies. There are few better showcases of a performer's talent than sticking a camera right up in their face and focusing on little else for the entire length of a film. In the case of the new Amazon Prime
It’s funny how since the fall of the Twin Towers, the daredevil exploits of Frenchman Philippe Petit have become all the more legendary than when his greatest conquests were still standing proud. 2008 brought us the breathtaking documentary Man on Wire, telling the world of the somewhat forgotten journey of one man through the void.
All actors have to start somewhere, right? And it's usually TV that gives them their start in a career. Here are a small list of Hollywood actors that began their career by appearing in homes across the world, and falling into our hearts on the small screen. Aaron Paul - Every American Detective Programme
Third Rock From The Sun Netflix is great for when you've been suggested a TV show to watch, it means that you can just binge watch it - and this week I've been binging on Third Rock From The Sun. It's a brilliant, and warped, American Sitcom, that can be loved by any age. I