Bette Midler is at her brassiest, most brilliant best in That Old Feeling, a dazzling ‘90s comedy about the divorced parents who attend their daughters wedding day. At the reception, their current partners find themselves abandoned when sparks begin to fly once a certain flame gets reignited. It’s a diamond of a premise which brings laughs by the bucketload. And let's face it, who doesn't love a bit of the wonderful Bette Midler? More please.
With three sequels and four spin-off films sealing the franchise, it’s perhaps time to take another look at the powerhouse sex comedy which kickstarted the whole thing. American Pie, folks. You either love it or you hate it. There is no middle ground. It's hard to believe it's been a staggering fifteen years since it was first unleashed onto the world. Say hello once again to those awkward high-school boys who make that bond-of-a-lifetime pact together: to lose their virginity by prom night.
I dare you to begin to watch The Wolf of Wall Street - playing now on PictureBox - and not finish it. Srsly. If you even glimpse this masterwork featuring the dream team of Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio AND you can actually turn the PictureBox player off, you’ll be the only person in the entire human race to do so. Let me give you 10 reasons why:
Warriors, concubines and Keanu Reeves are the stars of the show in 47 Ronin, the Japanese fight flick based on a clan of samurai who seek to avenge the death of their lord and reclaim their honour. It’s a lavish 127 minutes of film, with promising first-time director Carl Rinsch showing a keen eye for sharp moves, sumptuous costumes and solid special effects.