The Edge takes a look at Nigel Cole’s (“Calender Girls”) latest Britflick that dramatises the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant.
The most honest and enlightening movie review of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps you are likely to read
The compelling social critique that is Paddy Chayefsky’s “Network” is as chillingly relevant today as it was in 1976
The EDGE take a look at the social phenomenon that we all can’t get enough of… in a movie.
Julia Roberts goes to find herself for a year, whilst she eats food, prays and learns to love after her messy divorce – a flawed premise for a film…?
Joe Dante returns after his lengthy absence from cinema screens, having finally gotten rid of…
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Some films review themselves just by their titles – Big Nothing and The Expendables being…
THE EDGE take a look at THE adaptation of the Summer – starring Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper and Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson
THE EDGE looks at M. Night Shymalan’s latest addition to his portfolio. Probably not one to be too proud of.