It’s a truly lost art. Over the years a handful of directors, among them Mel Brooks (Silent Movie- 1976) and Finland’s Aki Kaurismaki (Juha-1999), have with varying degrees of success embraced the aesthetics of silent cinema to tell their stories.
Based on the award-winning play by Beau Willimon (who also co-authored the screenplay), this political potboiler is George Clooney’s fourth film as director. Like his previous efforts (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Leatherheads, Good Night and Good Luck), the most appealing aspect of The Ides of March is the classy cast.
Close on the heels of the 3D animated romp The Adventures of Tintin, here's another crowd-pleaser from the box office supremo Steven Spielberg. An old-fashioned, inspirational saga, War Horse tells the story of a young farm hand (Irvine) who develops...
The Descendants is an indelible portrait of loss and self-discovery. Based on the acclaimed debut novel by the Hawaiian author Kaui Hart Hemmings, the serio-comic family drama focuses on a prosperous middle-aged lawyer (Clooney). Rashid Irani writes.
Just when we thought that social issues had been shot dead and buried by Hollywood — overdosing on 3D and heist flicks — there comes The Help which once again takes up cudgels against racism.
Twitterverse went aflutter after it was officially anounced that funnyman Eddie Murphy would host the Oscars 2012 as a solo host. The reclusive actor has confirmed to Oscar top bosses that he's on for the job.