Five Star Film

FIVE STAR FILMS #72: The Apartment (Billy Wilder - 1960)

A look at Billy Wilder’s much-lauded classic The Apartment, the Best Picture Oscar-winner for 1960

FIVE STAR FILMS #71: McCabe and Mrs Miller (Robert Altman - 1971)

Just a year following his comedy hit, M*A*S*H, the great Robert Altman made what remains my favourite of his films, McCabe & Mrs. Miller

FIVE STAR FILMS #66: Jesus Christ Superstar (Norman Jewison - 1973)

I hadn’t, until recently, viewed the film as a critic more than just an admirer; while I had fond memories, I was stunned by exactly how invigorating and powerful Jesus Christ Superstar is as a statement on, and camp critique of, religion and obsession.

Ray J's FIVE STAR FILM: Coming to America (1988)

HE'S best known for kickstarting Kim Kardashian's career with a lil' home movie and his pick for a five star film is just as tongue-in-cheek...

Ray J's FIVE STAR FILM: Coming to America (1988)

HE'S best known for kickstarting Kim Kardashian's career with a lil' home movie and his pick for a five star film is just as tongue-in-cheek...

Carmen Carrera's FIVE STAR FILM: Hocus Pocus

She’s considered one of the sexiest models in the world and is the hot favourite to walk the Victoria’s Secret catwalk as their newest Angel in 2014. Carmen Carrera also used to be a man, but she’s now taking the fashion industry by storm as the first transmodel to truly crack the mainstream.

Bill Bailey's FIVE STAR FILM: Bad Boy Bubby (Rolf de Heer - 1993)

The Brit and self-confessed “old hippie” took some time out to share his choice of a Five Star Film – from Down Under no less – and one that he has become completely “obsessed” by.

Warren Brown's FIVE STAR FILM (REDACTED)

When I asked Warren Brown if he could tell Graffiti With Punctuation his FIVE STAR FILM and five reasons why, he did something unexpected; "That's too hard, I might just down right refuse."

Warren Brown's FIVE STAR FILM (REDACTED)

When I asked Warren Brown if he could tell Graffiti With Punctuation his FIVE STAR FILM and five reasons why, he did something unexpected; "That's too hard, I might just down right refuse."

Johnny Knoxville's FIVE STAR FILM: Blazing Saddles (Mel Brooks - 1974)

In town to promote his latest offering – Bad Grandpa – Johnny Knoxville lived up to his reputation and bent the rules when it came to picking a Five Star Film.