The Big Picture – September

The Big Picture - August

September has great cinema entertainment offering raunchy sex tapes, memory loss, and the last performance of Seymour Hoffman in the film A Most Wanted Man. The Big Picture has more!

Serena – Trailer

Serena - drama

In Depression-era North Carolina, the future of George Pemberton’s timber empire becomes complicated when it is learned that his wife, Serena, cannot bear children. The trailer is dramatic – watch!

The Good Lie – Trailer

The Good Lie - inspiring drama

This film tells the story of a group of Sudanese refugees. They were known as “The Lost Boys”, orphaned by the Civil war in Sudan that began in 1983. Fifteen years later, a humanitarian effort brings 3600 lost boys and girls to America. Stars Reese Witherspoon. Watch the trailer. Out September 26

The Riot Club – Trailer

The Riot Club drama, thriller

They go to a local village pub for a night out. Then all hell breaks loose. Prostitutes are ordered on top of champagne and bird-roasts. The decadence leads to disaster. Out September 19. The rich kids are in the trailer

Billy Elliot – The Musical

Billy Elliot The Musical

Millions have been to the stage musical and millions more expected to experience the amazing show at the Victoria Palace Theatre. Live performances are also being transmitted live in cinemas in the UK and worldwide. The video captures the stunning performances

This Is Us One Direction’s Revealing Movie

This Is Us One Direction - meet the media

It was nerve-wracking but exciting making the film said the boy band. The director described them as normal fun-loving guys who are mobbed by Directioners (fans) everywhere they go. 1DThis Is Us opens in UK August 29

The Great Gatsby Peoples Review

The Great Gatsby Peoples Review - Carey Mulligan

Australian director Baz Luhrmann won acclaim for his interpretation of the film. He’s thrown a lot of money at it with glitz, glamour and 3D CG affects. Brian Hayes reviews the movie

Trance Movie – Peoples Review

Trance - James McAvoy

From Olympics to movies. The latest film of Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle, Trance, opens in UK cinemas Wednesday March 27. The dark thriller about a multi-million dollar art heist, stars James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson. Brian Hayes has been to see it

Hitchcock The Film – Peoples Review

Hitchcock - Peoples Review Anthony Hopkins

The film Hitchcock unfolds the complex love story between Hitchcock and his wife Alma during the making of the spine-tingling 1960 thriller Psycho. Brian Hayes has seen it and was impressed with the performances

Making Movies Big Scene In London

Making Movies rocknroll

This film is up for an award in a US honours list. Go here to vote americanonlinefilmawards.org/film/ It’s a Cat’s Whiskers production and is going strong. A lot of the team are people of the Silver generation and winning huge acclaim