Anne Hathaway

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  • Rio

    Movie Review | Rob | 4th April 2011

    Those bloody Orange adverts have a knack of putting me right off the films they promote, making me judge them months before they're released. Just read my Gulliver's Travels review for proof (although it didn't help that that actually was complete arse). I was well-prepared to dislike Rio on the basis of that God-awful phone ad. Well, don't I feel like a fool...

  • Villains and casting announced for The Dark Knight Rises!

    Movie News | Matt | 19th January 2011

    I bet £10 on Rob Schneider playing the Penguin and Jennifer Aniston playing Poison Ivy. Find out if I was right, after the jump.

  • Love And Other Drugs

    Movie Review | Matt | 20th December 2010

    When does a rom-com stop being a rom-com? When it's R-rated? You'd think that the very definition of such a certification would ensure that the usual saccharine sentiment is swapped out for something more substantial. Unfortunately, no amount of F-bombs, extensive nudity and scenes of distressing drama can save this film from all the well-known romantic comedy trappings. So, essentially, this is just When Harry Fucked Sally.

  • [Insert famous names here] now linked to Alien prequels

    Movie News | Ali | 19th October 2010

    The latest big movie stars to be linked with Ridley Scott's Alien prequels? Anne Hathaway and James Franco, who join Natalie Portman, Noomi Rapace, Gemma Arterton and 80 other actors on a pointless list of nonsense.

  • Alice In Wonderland 3D

    Movie Review | Ali | 28th February 2010

    Stop me if you've heard this one before. A literary adaptation by Tim Burton, set in a twisted, multi-coloured alternate universe, starring Johnny Depp as a borderline weirdo and Helena Bonham Carter as a loud-mouthed, pasty-faced kook. Sound familiar?

  • Anne Hathaway and John Malkovich are Spider-Man 4's Vulture family

    Movie News | Ali | 8th December 2009

    The casting rumours surrounding Spider-Man 4 seem to have been settled once and for all. Out is Black Cat, in is The Vulture... and his daughter? Man, there's going to be some pissed off nerds online tonight.

  • Rachel Getting Married

    Movie Review | Anna | 29th January 2009

    Anyone who has recently been stung by the nasty little wasp that was Bride Wars may approach another Hathaway wedding flick with understandable caution. Fear not, because Rachel Getting Married is poles apart from that hollow bitch-a-thon and demonstrates what Anne Hathaway is capable of when presented with a decent and challeng...

  • Bride Wars

    Movie Review | Ali | 13th January 2009

    Despite what Grazia, Cosmopolitan and Glamour magazines say, despite the reviews of Alan 'Four Stars!' Frank, despite what half of women-kind seem to think - wedding comedies are just not very good. Why? Because the target audience of misty-eyed girls who go damp at the sight of diamonds and tiaras are too busy cooing over the f...

  • Get Smart

    Movie Review | Rob | 21st August 2008

    Mel Brooks' long-running '60s TV spy-com gets a big-screen re-jig for a ADD-afflicted generation that's most likely unaware of its existence. Director Peter Segal (The Longest Yard, 50 First Dates) takes on the tricky task of adapting a TV show for a Cold War era into an action comedy aimed at a younger audience, but it's fair t...

  • Brokeback Mountain

    Movie Review | Ali | 2nd March 2006

    Picture this scenario: A cinema, packed to bursting point on a Saturday evening, punters literally spilling out of the doors and onto the pavement outside, apparently quite prepared to face being hit by passing cars in order to join the queues. What's the reason for this mass cinematic pilgrimage? Potter? Kong? Aslan? Scar...