Another emotionally stunted male saved by a younger woman
Greenberg is a delicately observed, very well acted character study that is undermined by the utter obnoxiousness of its main character. It is very hard indeed to care about Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller), the dysfunctional anti-hero of the film: a man on the cusp of middle-age, bitterly disappointed by the way his life has turned out.
Once they were the darlings of the press, feeding the gossip columns with their bed-hopping and break-ups. Andrew Johnson discovers how it worked out
'Fish Tank' by Andrea Arnold dazzled, but Richard Curtis seemed to have lost his golden touch
Our film forum is your chance to pass judgement on a recent release. Here's a selection of your views on Richard Curtis's comedy about pirate radio
Stars including Belfast’s Kenneth Branagh, Rhys Ifans, Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy turned out last night for the world premiere of The Boat That Rocked.
As a new film celebrates the Radio Caroline generation, Ian Burrell tracks down the DJs at Britain's hottest illegal station, and finds a band of modern-day buccaneers desperate to be part of the establishment – if only the authorities would listen
To celebrate the release of Richard Curtis’ new comedy The Boat That Rocked in cinemas 1 April, The Independent is offering one lucky person the chance to experience life aboard the real boat that rocked.
The Welsh actor, infamous for making inappropriate comments, does it again in radio interview
Sienna parties in Hollywood while Rhys drowns his sorrows in Cardiff
Can adults and teenagers ever enjoy a holiday together? Adrian Mourby and his brood gave it a go in Bodrum