Sandra Bullock

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  • Terribrill: Demolition Man

    Movie Feature | Ali | 5th September 2011

    I love Demolition Man dearly, despite it quite probably being Not A Very Good film. It's as lovable as it is laughable, and has the unique characteristic of being dated on two levels – in both its 'present day' scenes in 1996 and its futuristic setting of 2032. In the oeuvre of Sly, however – and yes, I did just use the word 'oeuvre' in relation to Sylvester Stallone – it represents the end of an era; a time before the action movie became completely self-aware. Truly Demolition Man is the last hurrah for the so-called 'high-octane' one man army action movies of the mid-nineties, and it goes out with a bang, not a whimper.

  • The Blind Side

    Movie Review | Kirsty | 8th March 2010

    American football is a sport we don't get much information on over here; as Alan Partridge said, it's just futuristic rugby, right? But it's okay that the rules are overly confusing and we don't play it at school, because there is little to no gridiron action included in American football movie The Blind Side.

  • Sandra Bullock 'wins' Razzie

    Movie News | Ali | 7th March 2010

    She's about 24 hours away from the most memorable night of her life, but Sandra Bullock still found time to accept the award for Worst Female Performance at last night's Razzies. HURRRRRRRR.

  • All About Steve

    Movie Review | Rob | 18th January 2010

    Sandra Bullock. Hollywood A-list. Attractive, likeable and never takes herself too seriously. The question is, how has 2009's most successful female US box-office star managed to maintain her Hollywood status, when she's been coasting for so long in various whimsical non-coms? You know, non-coms like The Proposal, and like this unflattering piece of guff.

  • The Proposal

    Movie Review | Rich | 27th July 2009

    The Proposal is a strange film. It's exactly what you'd expect of an update to Grard Depardieu's Green Card and yet for every occasion when it complies with one of the inevitable clichs demanded by its genre, there's a moment of subtle character development that implies that its creators really should be producing a stronger p...

  • Crash

    Movie Review | Ali | 22nd August 2005

    And so back to reality. This summer we've been treated to Emo planes, chocolate paedophiles and runaway clones, which, although varied in quality, all had one thing in common - escapism. No one loves getting lost in a film more than me, but every once in a while it takes a hard-hitting movie like Crash to shake you out of yo...