How might Spielberg's Tintin adaptation have fared if it was shot in live action? Luke Buckmaster reaches into the Tintin cinema history books to find some clues.
Steven Spielberg's lastest glossily produced middle of the road fare is essentially a collection of seven or eight handsomely shot World War I short films stuck together with a bit of salt lick, writes Luke Buckmaster.
As Labor continues to celebrate its achievement in getting emissions trading legislation through the House of Representatives comes this assessment of international movement towards an emissions reduction agreement.
Steven Spielberg's big budget film about Hergé's intrepid globe trotting reporter has some breathtaking moments and an endearing naivety, writes Guy Lodge.
Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford star in the cross-genre hybrid nobody was waiting for. Cowboys and Aliens is cinema as stupid spectacle, writes Luke Buckmaster.
The mantle for the boldest and strangest blockbuster-to-be thus far in 2011 belongs to the Spielberg-produced Super 8, which is nothing to write home about, says Luke Buckmaster.
Veteran blockbuster director Steven Spielberg this week bought the rights to Guardian journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding’s book WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy, reports Luke Buckmaster.
Two-time Oscar winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis, who has appeared in only four films since 1997, has signed on to play Abraham Lincoln in an upcoming Spielberg-directed biopic, reports Luke Buckmaster.