ANDREW JOHNSTONE watches two funny guys drink, eat and bicker their way around Spain, and pronounces their movie to be worth a good chortle, or even two.
Author: Andrew Johnstone
Through most of our long cinematic history we’ve hated our own films, but ANDREW JOHNSTONE finds 14 pieces of pure filmic gold that beautifully convey our developing cultural history.
It’s one of the 10 best British movies ever made, and it’s as brilliant as it’s barmy. ANDREW JOHNSTONE reckons this unusual, haunting and plain odd film is unjustly neglected.
He was an extraordinary king from ages past now shrouded in myth and mystery. ANDREW JOHNSTONE talks about Gilgamesh, and a book that brings him alive in a new age.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE explains why he keeps his cheese grater under the bed.
Wonder Woman is a runaway hit, but ANDREW JOHNSTONE goes against the grain to declare it an unmitigated disaster.
There’s a simple and effective way to kick against the pricks, and to make it hurt, but which involves no violence. ANDREW JOHNSTONE explains.
An iconic TV franchise is kicked back into action. It’s imperfect, but ANDREW JOHNSTONE likes it anyway.
Andrew Johnstone stays tuned in and fascinated by a story about a modern-day political superman (and woman).
McLaren is anything but just another film about a car-racing driver, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE
ANDREW JOHNSTON reviews the autobiography of one of the most extraordinary songwriters of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE tells the strange and bizarre saga of controversial Hamilton legends Mobile Stud Unit.