This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave,  Nick and Greg take a look at new release films ‘Gabrielle’, ‘The Two Faces Of January’, ‘Galore,’ ‘‘22 Jump Street,’ ‘Frank,’ Ernest And Celestine’ and ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’. This episode also contains interviews with Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Jay Baruchel, Toby Wallace, Lily Sullivan and Rhys Graham. To listen to the show you can download it for free from our Podcast Channel – Listen/Download here Continue reading


Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Hossein Amini Stars: Viggo Mortensen, Oscar Isaac, Kirsten Dunst, David Warhofsky, Daisy Bevan-James, Sobol Kelly. The Two Faces Of January is set in Greece in 1962, and draws its title from Janus, the Roman God of beginnings and ends and who is usually depicted with two faces. The central plot features an innocent man on the run from the police after becoming mixed up in murder and intrigue. Rydal (Oscar Isaac, from Inside Llewyn Davis, Balibo, Drive, etc) is a young expatriate American working as an unofficial tour guide in Athens, Continue reading

THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY – interview with Hossein Amini

by GREG KING. "I've really had a bit of an up and down career in terms of things that have worked and things that haven't worked," candidly admits Iranian-born screenwriter Hossein Amini (Drive, The Wings Of The Dove, etc). Amini makes his directorial debut with The Two Faces Of January, a slow burn suspense thriller in the Hitchcock mold. The film has been adapted from the novel written by Patricia Highsmith (who wrote Strangers On A Train, The Talented Mr Ripley, etc). The film is set in Greece in 1962, and the central plot features an innocent man on the run from the Continue reading


by GREG KING. For his Movies At Dusk program on 3WBC 94.1FM, Greg spoke to the festival director Nashen Moodley to find out more about this year's exciting program. To hear more, click on the link below: REVIEWS. LAST UPDATED JUNE 2. GABRIELLE. This award winning French-Canadian film is a moving, raw and emotionally touching tale of a young, mentally handicapped girl who just wants to find love and independence. Gabrielle (played by newcomer Gabrielle Marion-Rivard) suffers from Williams syndrome and Continue reading