Here at FTRC we love nothing more than staring at pretty pictures all day. Which makes the part of our job that requires us to check out a million movie posters a week that bit more enjoyable. This week we figured we’d give a shoutout to all those folks out there knocking up alternative versions [...]
The first stills from Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained are here! They’re good ones, too, giving us a first look at not only Leo diCaprio, but Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz too. Apparently inspired by 1966 flick Django, QT’s latest tells the story of a slave (played by Foxx), who legs it across the country to [...]
In last week’s Avengers Assemble post – the first in our two-part series – we covered Thor and Hulk. That means this week we’re going to wrap it all up with ol’ Shellhead, Iron Man, and the shield-slinger himself, Captain America. Like Batman and Superman before him, Captain America appeared in a matinee serial in [...]
Chris Nolan has screened 10 mins of his upcoming Batman threequel The Dark Knight Rises at CinemaCon – no, we’re not remotely jealous. Luckily, some nice peeps who were there have been kind enough to say what they thought… This is pretty spoilery, so we’ve stuck it under a cut in case you guys don’t [...]
Pixar have released a third trailer for upcoming heroine-flick Brave! And it’s a goodun…much better than the other two if you ask us. Colour us excited! Brave hits the UK on 17 August. Will you be checking it out?
Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey and John Cusack team up in new film The Paperboy.
A couple of days ago we wrote a post about how much we love Amanda Seyfried. Turns out our Film Club feels the same way – shame they’re not so enthusiastic about her new flick Gone.
This may be one of the most foregone conclusion-esque Film Club votes ever, but we’re gonna do it anyway. Fair’s fair, and all that. Some tinpot superhero flick called Avengers Assemble is taking on Albert Nobbs and a bunch of African Cats – while we know which one we’d go far (gotta love a cute [...]
Brit Marling’s new film Sound Of My Voice certainly doesn’t look like a LOL a minute, but that didn’t stop it from getting rave reviews at last year\’s Sundance Film Festival.
There’s something reassuring about seeing Bruce Willis sporting his cranky face while wielding a gun.