The Film That Made Me...
Not many people rate the film that tanked compared to 'The Virgin Suicides' and 'Lost In Translation', but it's a cult classic Sofia Coppola should be praised for.
After watching the adaptation of Elizabeth Wurtzel's autobiography about being a narcissistic, mentally ill student with no redemption, my life completely changed course
Ahead of his new retrospective at the BFI, we talked to the godfather of trash about Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor and the worst movies known to man.
Jack Nicholson's performance as Bobby Dupea makes for a convincingly churlish arsehole, and one I could recognise myself in.
Nixon was a crook, but seeing his many flaws on screen showed me I wasn't alone in my imperfections.
There's nothing glamorous about throwing it all away too early.
It's one of the most harrowing depiction of nuclear warfare to ever hit screens – not for what it showed, but for what it didn't show.
Did the 1986 version of Transformers desensitise me towards death?
Barbara Loden's film about an aimless woman who abandoned her children made me realise how grateful I am for my own mother's love and care.
Richard Linklater's lazy, Gen X indy flick taught me that, sometimes, it's OK to take the roundabout way.
Striving for perfection can drive you insane, but I didn't realise just how insane I'd become until I watched Black Swan.
The underdogs found their way to the top of New York's club scene, quickly outranking anyone who'd made their lives hell.