Wednesday, July 23, 2014
  • Film News Headlines | Frozen is top of the Box. Popular Disney Animation Frozen has now become the top-grossing animated film in history pipping Toy Story 3 and the Lion King in second and third respectively. However, already doing well at the box office, The Lego Movie could be coming through to try and steal that away. SOURCE - BBC ENTERTAINMENT..... An Indiana Jones who isn't Harrison Ford?? Disney could be in line to replace Harrison Ford in a fifth Indiana Jones movie. While suggestions are that Ford would be looking to return, the rumours are that he is now getting too old to be considered as suitable for the role and so could be replaced. Nothing has been confirmed, but I for one will struggle to imagine the films without Ford playing the lead role. SOURCE - FILM JUICE..... Incredibles 2 to the rescue! It has been confirmed that popular Pixar production The Incredibles is finally in line for a sequel with the original creator and director Brad Bird ready to write the script. It might be a little while off yet, but it'll certainly be a welcome return to the big screen for the Incredible family. SOURCE - VARIETY..... Oscar Success for 12 Years a Slave. Another Oscars has been and ...
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Frozen is top of the Box. Popular Disney Animation Frozen has now become the top-grossing animated film in history pipping Toy Story 3 and the Lion King in second and third respectively. However, already doing well at the box office, The Lego Movie could be coming through to try and steal that away. SOURCE – BBC ENTERTAINMENT….. An Indiana Jones who  [ Read More ]

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Pirates Featured

Looking at the output of our Director Of The Month, Gore Verbinski, I was unable to decide on a soundtrack to review. Which pirate movie is the best? Which score is most suited to it? I couldn’t say, because I can barely tell them apart. I’ll have to take them all on at once. Hans Zimmer, for all his market  [ Read More ]

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Posted by Mark Wells On Jul - 19 - 2014 0 Comments
mud

While one might think that this movie is about that sticky stuff you get in the middle of a field on a rainy day, that isn’t quite correct. Having said that, it does largely take place in woodland and rivers as a true country setting. ‘Mud’ is the name of the main character, a fugitive,  played by the excellent Matthew  [ Read More ]

Posted by Matt Hall On Jul - 15 - 2014 0 Comments
Pirates Featured

Looking at the output of our Director Of The Month, Gore Verbinski, I was unable to decide on a soundtrack to review. Which pirate movie is the best? Which score is most suited to it? I couldn’t say, because I can barely tell them apart. I’ll have to take them all on at once. Hans Zimmer, for all his market  [ Read More ]

Posted by Matt Hall On Jul - 11 - 2014 0 Comments
ITW Featured

Kevin Spacey has just finished an enormously successful run at the Old Vic playing America’s greatest lawyer, Clarence Darrow. Among Darrow’s most famous cases was the Scopes ‘Monkey Trial’, first dramatised for the screen in Stanley Kramer’s Inherit The Wind. This is the (mostly true) story of a biology teacher in the state of Tennessee teaching Darwin’s evolutionary theory to  [ Read More ]

Posted by Mark Wells On Jul - 3 - 2014 0 Comments
surf's up

Sometimes it can be difficult to follow the plot in a story. This is not the case with Surf’s Up, however all notions of plausibility must be left at the door for you to enjoy this, movie. It is a lighthearted animation about penguins and their surfing primarily the annual Penguin World Surfing Championship (yeah… that’s what I thought!). Anyway, it  [ Read More ]

Posted by Mark Wells On Jul - 1 - 2014 0 Comments
gore verbinski

Born in 1964, Gore Verbinski is one of the most creative directors currently in the industry. However he is certainly not overly wild or wacky with his style, but uses notable imagination when making his movies. The number of movies he has completed may not be that great compared to other top directors, but he certainly does not fall behind  [ Read More ]

Posted by Matt Hall On Jun - 27 - 2014 1 Comment
Cellini Featured

In fairness, this is an opera, not a film, but it was directed by a famous film director and I happened to see it in a cinema. Terry Gilliam is the talk of London at the moment and here’s why. In 2011, the ex-Monty Python animator turned Hollywood filmmaker decided to try his hand at directing an opera. He staged  [ Read More ]

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