The world is going to hell, you know how I know? It’s because every day we get a little bit more crazy, and our political correctness scale creeps past the balanced zero mark edging into the minus numbers. Another notch on that scale is that we’re set to see “this … [Read More]
I’ve just come back from a press screening of Where the Truth Lies, and in a week when I’ve just seen Chumscrubber and Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang. Compared to the months of remakes, sequels and prequels we’ve been subjected to, and the half arsed attempts at storylines, I’m frankly amazed … [Read More]
One of Edinburgh’s oldest independent cinema’s could be lost, we talked about this before, but now I’ve been handed a link to a site to raise your objection about the possible loss of one of the best cinema screens in Edinburgh. Save the Cameo have the petition running, and also … [Read More]
Title=The Constant Gardener
Summary=Strong story with a great ending and a huge agenda. Unfortunately there’s style overload and both the agenda and the moral ending could have been toned down slightly to make for a much better movie. It also seriously needs an injection of pace to retain the audience attention. Weisz is superb in this, with Huston firing in another superb performance as a close second. A beautiful view of Africa in some of the scenes.
Title=Initial D on DVD
Summary=A good movie that really centres around the drift racing scenes which are superbly filmed and put together, there’s also great use made of the DTS track during the racing. The extras aren’t that strong and more around the cars and the racing would have been much better, and in English too.
You know top lists are about debate, there’s not a closure on them, and none of them are right and yet all of them are. Your list is right for you, mine for me, the Movie Blog’s for everyone. The fun is in debating and remembering some of those great … [Read More]
Title=Freaked on DVD
Summary=A bizarre, absurd and funny movie. The DVD offering is packed with extras including an audio commentary and a full movie rehearsal, both very interesting to watch. The comedy is furious and off the wall, and a surprise to see from Alex Winter. Great performances from Randy Quaid and Keanu Reeves.
Yes please is what I bet I’ll hear most of in response to this story…I know I would. Yet there seems to be a big problem in America, watching people gunned down in the streets, seeing charred bodies in the middle of a warzone, or just plain pumping out tons … [Read More]
Over at Selling “No Place”, a blog of the trials of trying to sell an Indie Feature Film, Clive has started posting some interesting thoughts on how to write a screenplay that makes money. His first post amazingly entitled How to write a screenplay that makes money, he gives the … [Read More]
Title=The Corpse Bride
Summary=The film immediately reminds you of The Nightmare Before Christmas and if you enjoyed that you will definitely enjoy this. This film is a Halloween classic. Go and see it!
I was pointed to this article via Asian Movie News over at their sister site, Beyond Hollywood. It’s reported to be a beginners guide to Hong Kong cinema and what to watch…Here’s the gist of the titles to watch… Yes, it’s true, boys and girls, “The Matrix” wasn’t the first … [Read More]
I loved The Muppets when I was a little kid. Man I would watch them every chance I had. The first couple of films still make me laugh like an idiot whenever I catch them on TV some night. Good times. The the muppets have lost a lot of their … [Read More]