A great diversity of titles this year included David Lynch's 'Mulholland Drive' the fascinating 'Donnie Darko', unusual and very funny bio-pic '24 Hour Party People' and the haunting 'Kandahar'. Isabelle Huppert was rivetting as 'The Piano Teacher' alongside sharp-tongued 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' and Richard Linklater's rotoscope feature 'Waking Life'. Wes Anderson produced 'The Royal Tenenbaums', 'Life and Debt' investigated the effects of globalisation on Jamaica's economy, while back home, Rogernomics came under the lens in 'In a Land of Plenty'
This riveting film captures the meteoric real-life exploits of Tony Wilson (great performance by Steve Coogan), a savvy Manchester-based TV impresario... Read more
Huge production difficulties were faced by Francis Ford Coppola while shooting this epic-scale Vietnam War drama, including disastrous weather conditi... Read more
A sheer delight of a film about a young soccer player who overcomes personal obstacles to score a winning goal in the final seconds of a crucial match... Read more
Dark and disturbing, destined-for-cult status tale stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a gifted but troubled 80s high school student whose adolescent horrors tak... Read more
During the presidential election of 1988, a teenager named Donnie Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal) sleepwalks out of his house one night, and sees a giant, dem... Read more