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Financial crisis inspires Wall Street sequel

April 30, 2009

The global economic downturn has inspired a belated sequel to Oliver Stone's 1987 corporate thriller Wall Street.

Wolverine reviewed: check your brain at the door

April 29, 2009

Wolverine is clearly take it or leave it popcorn entertainment, ripe for intellectual condemnation. But it does a fine job doing what it ought to: entertain.

Hollywood feels the pinch with film production at standstill

April 28, 2009

Hollywood's movie production has plummeted in the global financial crisis, sending 75-80% of Los Angeles-based technicians and film crew workers to the unemployment line.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles turn 25, plan new movie

April 28, 2009

Wouldya believe it -- those gnarly, product-placed, mutant, crime fighting terrapins are a quarter of a century old. Time for another bad CGI movie!

Disney double take: everything old, new again

April 28, 2009

If watching these old-school Disney clips brings back fond memories, that may be because you’ve seen the animation before in a different Disney movie. YouTube forensics uncover the truth.

Samson and Delilah under the stars in Alice Springs

April 27, 2009

The Telegraph Station was an appropriate setting for a film that expresses so much about the communication gap at the heart of this country, writes Elli Rennie.

Interview with Russian filmmaker Sergei Dvortsevoy

April 27, 2009

In Australia for a few days to promote his acclaimed drama Tulpan, film-maker Sergei Dvortsevoy sat down for a chat with Cinetology.

Interview with Sergei Dvortsevoy

April 27, 2009

Cinetology interviews Russian film-maker and Tulpan director, Sergei Dvortsevoy.

Beginners’ guide to Star Trek

April 24, 2009

The new Star Trek film has premiered to rave reviews. Here's everything you really need to know about this seminal series (including how to dress like Captain Kirk).

Disneynature’s Earth: one tree planted for every bum on the seat

April 23, 2009

Disney’s new subsidiary company Disneynature is pledging to plant one tree per every ticket bought to its first film, Earth, during the first week of screening.