In the second half of director Robert Zemeckis's new adaptation of Roald Dahl classic The Witches, the villainous Grand High Witch (Anne Hathaway) has requested that she and her fellow members of the International Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children be served pea soup, without garlic. The result, a waiter tells Octavia Spencer's
There's always a lot of talk at this time of year about the possibility of big actors Norbit-ing themselves. The term comes from the Oscars in 2007, in which Eddie Murphy's expected Best Supporting Actor win for Dreamgirls didn't come off, with some of the responsibility placed on the fact his terrible multi-role comedy came
I thought I had Instant Family pegged from its marketing campaign. It was sold on the basis of brightly coloured cinematography and two comedy stalwarts in Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne, complete with a lightly absurd premise. That campaign, however, sells a different film to the one that Daddy's Home director Sean Anders has made.
Part fairytale, part period thriller, part science fiction, part romance, you could go on describing the many parts that make up Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water. Its open for interpretation as well as easy to see it as a simple story about two beings who fall in love and those who would tear