Thursday, April 24, 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 ...
  • Das Boot Featured

    Sountrack Study: Das Boot (1981)

    Known for its extreme subject matter, length and budget, Das Boot was one of the key second world war films ...

  • Clue Featured

    Review: Clue (1985)

    Why should anyone revisit this forgotten film based on a board game? Well, it's actually a bit of a cult ...

  • the order

    Review: The Order (2001)

    It was rather a shock when I realised that this movie is from 2001... I would've guessed 1985. As you can ...

  • last vegas

    Review: Last Vegas (2014)

    Now and again you get these movies stroll along which don't take themselves too seriously, have nothing to prove 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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michael bay

Obviously I know at this point that he is a Hollywood movie director, but I would say that even without knowing that, he certainly looks like one! Michael Bay is famed for his expensive action films with an abundance of stunts and special effects. He doesn’t really have a portfolio of ‘big’ and ‘small’ movies – all his movies are  [ Read More ]

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Posted by Matt Hall On Apr - 17 - 2014 0 Comments
Das Boot Featured

Known for its extreme subject matter, length and budget, Das Boot was one of the key second world war films to have its narrative told from a German perspective. The epic story of the crew of a large U-boat plunging to uncertain depths in the Atlantic Ocean is accentuated by a chilling, brooding soundtrack of symphonic and electronic elements. Klaus  [ Read More ]

Posted by Matt Hall On Apr - 8 - 2014 0 Comments
Clue Featured

Why should anyone revisit this forgotten film based on a board game? Well, it’s actually a bit of a cult classic. Clue follows a typical (but by no means simple) murder mystery plot, with a butler and six guests trapped in a 1950s mansion arguing about why they are there and who is doing all the killing. The cast features  [ Read More ]

Posted by Mark Wells On Apr - 5 - 2014 0 Comments
the order

It was rather a shock when I realised that this movie is from 2001… I would’ve guessed 1985. As you can tell then, this 89 minute movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme didn’t leave a particularly positive impression. Van Damme plays some kind of action hero bloke with a reputation for being wealthy, cocky and corrupt with his collection and selling of  [ Read More ]

Posted by Mark Wells On Apr - 1 - 2014 0 Comments
michael bay

Obviously I know at this point that he is a Hollywood movie director, but I would say that even without knowing that, he certainly looks like one! Michael Bay is famed for his expensive action films with an abundance of stunts and special effects. He doesn’t really have a portfolio of ‘big’ and ‘small’ movies – all his movies are  [ Read More ]

Posted by Mark Wells On Mar - 28 - 2014 0 Comments
last vegas

Now and again you get these movies stroll along which don’t take themselves too seriously, have nothing to prove and are quite happy to ignore their Box Office performance. Enter Last Vegas. This a film about four elderly friends reuniting to prepare for a wedding with a final trip to the youthful Las Vegas. These four friends are played by  [ Read More ]

Posted by Ben Hargreaves On Mar - 19 - 2014 0 Comments
frankenstein_a

I, Frankenstein. I, wish you hadn’t spent all your money on special effects and got some actors. I, want to know where Aaron Eckhart drew his inspiration from for this performance. I, want to know if the writer of the original graphic novel will ever show his face again. I, am mildly amused by how bad it all is. Mary  [ Read More ]

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