The 15 Best Gary Oldman Performances Ranked - /Film

Gary Oldman is one of the greatest film actors of all time. His versatility is so established now that there are internet memes about his uncanny ability to just simply vanish into a role. No other actor could convincingly play real-life figures as diverse as Lee Harvey Oswald and Winston Churchill, let alone such contrasting literary characters as Dracula and George Smiley. It's this versatility that has led to his success and longevity as an actor; he can play the hero, the villain, a supporti

The 15 Greatest Humphrey Bogart Movie Moments

Is there a classic Hollywood actor more iconic than Humphrey Bogart? Perhaps James Cagney or John Wayne, but neither of them had the versatility of Bogart. He's a genuine star, someone whose career you can track from studio bit player to leading man. Bogart is simultaneously one of the most distinctive, easily imitable actors of the Hollywood era and one of the most natural, subtle performers of the era, whether he is playing heroes, villains, or something in between.

The Infernal Affairs Trilogy Blu-ray review: Dir. Andrew Lau and Alan Mak [Criterion Collection]

Ok so let’s get this out of the way. I love Andrew Lau and Alan Mak’s Infernal Affairs way more than Martin Scorsese‘s critically-lauded remake, The Departed. I’m not going into a detailed comparison here, but for me the performances, cinematography and economy of storytelling are much more impressive – plus the fact that, you know, this is the original version of the story.

The 12 Best Scenes In Andor Season 1, Ranked

Initially written off as just another unnecessary spin-off for an ancillary character from a spin-off from the main film series, "Andor" has instead emerged as one of the most exciting, viscerally thrilling, politically charged additions to the "Star Wars" universe since, well, the very first film. With Tony Gilroy at the helm, the series features an array of new characters, masterful pacing, and a dark oppressive feel that hangs over every episode.

Double Indemnity Blu-ray review: Dir. Billy Wilder [Criterion Collection]

“I did it for the money, and a woman. I didn’t get the money and I didn’t get the woman… pretty isn’t it”

Billy Wilder is my favourite director of all time. There’s no-one else who can so deftly jump between genres, going from comedy to drama to war films to film noir with such consistency (Give or take a Howard Hawks). Double Indemnity was only his third film, but it proved to be one of the most seminal, genre-defining film noirs of all time.

Based on the James M Cain novel, the plot follows
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