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  • Marvel's Cine-CHAT-ic Universe: The Incredible Hulk (2008)

    Movie Feature | Ali Gray, Matt Looker, Becky Suter, Ed Williamson | 10th October 2017

    It's official: part two of this new feature means it definitely qualifies as a 'regular', although we haven't quite pinned down how often we'll be catching up with the Marvel movies - it basically comes down to when ITV2 get round to showing the next one. And as nobody came up with a better title, it's time to HULK SMASH the 'Read full article' button and enjoy the next chapter of (*winces*) Marvel's Cine-CHAT-ic Universe: The Incredible Hulk.

  • Sixth-former wins competition to name Jesse Owens biopic

    Movie News | Ed Williamson | 27th November 2015

    "Because it's about a race, like running, yeah?" explained 17-year-old politics student Hugo Potench, smoking in that slightly nervous way that you can definitely tell means he doesn't enjoy it. "But it's also about RACE. Like, what happens to black people. Yeah?

    "Yeah?"

  • You Ain't Seen Me, Right? - Altered States (1980)

    Movie Feature | Daniel | 10th December 2010

    You've had your fighting robot stories this week, now it's time for your proper film education stuff. You can't have your dessert without eating your mash and peas first.

  • Robin Hood

    Movie Review | Rob | 15th May 2010

    The first time Ridley Scott made a big budget, historical epic with Russell Crowe, it worked out really rather quite well. Scott tried again five years later, only this time he roped in Orlando Bloom. That didn't work out so well. The lesson there is, don't work with Orlando Bloom. Now it seems Scott has learnt his lesson and got his Gladiatorial mate back for another historical/fictional jaunt, but this time, with bows, arrows and a Yorkshire accent (or something like it).

  • The Incredible Hulk

    Movie Review | Ali | 9th June 2008

    It's no real mystery that Ang Lee's Hulk failed to set the box-office alight. What do you expect when you hire the director behind films like The Ice Storm and Sense And Sensibility to adapt a comic-book about a big green ball of rage? You get what you pay for. For Hulk 2.0, Marvel have realised just that, and in hiring the dire...

  • A History Of Violence

    Movie Review | Chris | 1st March 2006

    "There's no such thing as monsters," says mild-mannered coffee shop owner Tom Stall to his frightened little daughter. The look on his face tells a different story. We're not talking Orcs, evil wizards and big scary lighthouses here, rather the kind of monster that you read about in the newspaper, the purveyor of those horribl...