Uma Thurman

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  • Why do movie poster designers hate Uma Thurman?

    Movie Feature | Ali | 6th December 2011

    Earlier this week, we saw a poster for Uma Thurman's Ceremony, in which her face looked like it had been grafted on to a stranger's body in some twisted, Face/Off-esque experiment. Turns out Uma Thurman resolutely refuses to look normal on any of her posters.

  • Films on TV round-up: one-armed men and one-man armies

    TV Feature | Ed Williamson | 22nd May 2011

    Yeah, pretty clever headline, right? I almost got a job writing headlines for the Daily Mail once, but it fell through because I only knew three synonyms for 'gypsies'.

  • Tarantino talks Kill Bill 3

    Movie News | Matt | 2nd October 2009

    QT has announced plans to make Kill Bill 3. "But hasn't The Bride already killed Bill?" I hear you ask. Who cares about plot when there are ninjas to fight and obscure Korean films to reference!

  • Be Cool

    Movie Review | | 2nd April 2005

    Smugness is not a quality I particularly look for in a film star. For example, I could quite happily have Jude Law banished from the face of the earth and put up with the bitching I'd get from the entire female population of the planet, just so I don't have to endure his tiny, contended little face on my cinema screen any more....

  • Kill Bill Vol. 2

    Movie Review | Ali | 12th September 2004

    Not many people in Hollywood would have the audacity to split their latest movie into two parts, but if there's one person we could forgive, it's fanboy favourite Quentin Tarantino. Last September saw the arrival of the first instalment, kicking, screaming and wielding deadly Hattori Hanzo steel. Now Volume Two has arrived, bu...

  • Kill Bill Vol. 1

    Movie Review | Ali | 5th September 2004

    Whether you're inclined to believe Harvey Weinstein's view that it was too good to be slimmed down, or the general consensus (that we're being forced to pay twice to see what is essentially just the one movie), Kill Bill has been unceremoniously chopped in two parts - one Eastern in style, one Western. Volume One is Tarantino's...