Matthew Goode

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  • Allied

    Movie Review | Ed Williamson | 21st November 2016

    Brad Pitt, I have decided, is too handsome. My reaction to more or less anything he does on screen these days is instinctively: "Yeah, but this character wouldn't look like that. No one does." In Allied, which is fine and all that but a bit daft, he marries Marion Cotillard while looking amazing then grows suspicious she is a spy while looking amazing, and I can't shake the feeling that all of this looking amazing is part of a comfort zone out of which he's unprepared to step.

  • Stoker

    Movie Review | Neil | 25th February 2013

    Poor old Park Chan-wook. One minute you're the director of the blistering Sympathy For Mr Vengeance and Oldboy, the next you're the director of I'm A Cyborg, But That's OK and Thirst. What to do to regain your former prowess? The answer, obviously, is to make a new film in a language other than your own, from a script by a Prison Break actor, which on the surface looks like a remake of a beloved Hitchcock classic. What could possibly go wrong?

  • New Stoker trailer features worst burn in history of movies

    Movie News | Ali | 27th September 2012

    Seriously, guy. That doesn't even make sense. Shitty insults aside, Chan-wook-Park's Stoker looks pretty great. (Full trailer here).

  • Matthew Goode rumoured for Zack Snyder's Superman

    Movie News | Ali | 22nd November 2010

    Because that rumour machine won't keep shovelling shit into itself!

  • Leap Year actor says Leap Year sucks

    Movie News | Ali | 24th February 2010

    Actor Matthew Goode has laid into his new movie a few days before it's even opened in cinemas. Like you were going to go and see it anyway.

  • Amy Adams in Leap Year movie trailer

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 14th November 2009

    Dear Amy Adams. Please do not appear in any more terrible romcoms. If you do not consider changing your course of action, I will be forced to stop stalking you. Yours, Mr X. P.S. You are almost out of mustard.

  • Brideshead Revisited

    Movie Review | Anna | 6th October 2008

    And so, Brideshead has once again been revisited. The tale of crumbling aristocracy, Catholic fanaticism and a magnificently dysfunctional family in the days before everyone was trotting off to therapy. Charles Ryder (Goode), "a painter from Paddington", is mesmerised by charismatic Sebastian Flyte (Whishaw) when th...