In The King’s Speech, Colin Firth plays King George VI who unexpectedly became the king of England after his father’s death and his brother’s abdication.
Harry Brown (Michael Caine) is an elderly ex-marine living in a dingy English housing estate apartment. The escalating crime and violence has made Harry so
While filmmaker Julien Temple is best known today for his punk music documentaries The Filth and the Fury and Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten,
Barely disguising its intentions to ridicule the circumstances that lead to the 2002 Iraq Invasion, In the Loop examines the fictitious machinations of UK and
Martin Sherman’s 1979 stage play Bent, which originally starred Ian McKellen in the West-End and Richard Gere in Broadway, is about a homosexual man sent
Prior to playing the role of a grieving husband in Genova, Colin Firth gave what had been his strongest performance to date in Anand Tucker’s