Cinema Review Archive: July 2009

Proposal, The

Sandra Bullock has been dragged out of rom-com retirement for a film that brings nothing new to the genre but still entertains...


Resembling a colourful cartoon, Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon and Bruno Romyís burlesque comedy is likely to delight and entertain both young and old. Noel Megahey reviews.


Sam Rockwell stars in this modest little science-fiction thriller from Duncan Jones that has all the hallmarks of the classics. Noel Megahey reviews.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Year Six at Hogwarts, and evil is closing in on Harry in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which opens in UK and Irish cinemas today. Review by Gary Couzens.

Hangover, The

Todd Phillips' bromantic comedy proves that you don't need A-list stars to make a box office hit...

Public Enemies

John Dillinger ain't going to see a Shirley Temple movie and clydefro ain't going to let Michael Mann's latest go by without a review


From the director of Ping Pong and Vexille comes a reimaging of the legendary Zatoichi. It's a girl you see! Ichi goes on limited release at the London ICA from July 7th.

My Sister's Keeper

The Notebook director Nick Cassavetes has produced another sob-fest that makes you think as it tugs on your heartstrings...

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

More than meets the eye? It's certainly more something.