Sam Neill

Nigel John Dermot "Sam" Neill (born 14 September 1947) is a New Zealand actor. He is perhaps best known for his starring role as paleontologist Dr Alan Grant in Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III. He has also had a number of high-profile roles including: the lead in Reilly, Ace of Spies, the adult Damien in Omen III: The Final Conflict, Merlin in the miniseries Merlin, Captain Vasily Borodin in The Hunt for Red October, Lord Friedrich Hoffman in Snow White: A Tale of Terror, and Alisdair Stewart in The Piano.

Most recently he played Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in the Peace Arch Entertainment production for Showtime, The Tudors.

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Rams Review

Sam Neill and Michael Caton star in Rams, an enjoyable remake of the 2015 Icelandic film, relocated to Western Australia.

Ride Like a Girl Review

The story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, a directing debut from Rachel Griffiths.

Sweet Country Review

Justice itself is put on trial.

My Brilliant Career Review

On Blu-ray from Criterion UK for its fortieth anniversary, My Brilliant Career established director Gillian Armstrong and star Judy Davis and remains a classic of 1970s Australian cinema.

My Brilliant Career Blu-ray Review

On Blu-ray from Criterion UK for its fortieth anniversary, My Brilliant Career established director Gillian Armstrong and star Judy Davis and remains a classic of 1970s Australian cinema.

The Piano Review

Jane Campion's Palme d'Or winning film celebrates 25 years.

The Piano Review

The heart asks pleasure first

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

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Watch the trailer for Australian western Sweet Country

The barren plains of the outback provide the ideal backdrop for this beautifully shot drama

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

Check out the films released in the UK later this week

Liam Neeson has the journey from hell in the trailer for The Commuter

Neeson's up to his neck again in his upcoming thriller

Hunt For The Wilderpeople Review

A wonderfully quirky and heartwarming comedy drama from New Zealand

The Daughter Review

Secrets from the past haunt the present in The Daughter, in British cinemas now.

Peaky Blinders: 2.06

Imperfect, rushed and troubling, but still excellent.

Peaky Blinders: 2.03

Whether family or war, it’s all about blood.

Peaky Blinders: 2.02

The one where Tom Hardy is the very best Tom Hardy that he can be.

Peaky Blinders: 2.01

Season 2 of <b>Peaky Blinders</b> starts with a bang.