As we split our time between being a music journalist and stalking the red carpets of London, when we heard that our favourite Southern sons (of a fallen preacher) the Kings of Leon were releasing a warts-n-all documentary, a union of our two favourite things – movies and music – we were very excited indeed. [...]
Last year Michael Vaughn’s directorial debut, Kick-Ass, asked: What if regular folk could become superheroes? As always, where one filmmaker delves, others follow… Super is the story of Frank D’Arbo (Rainn Wilson), one of life’s losers.
We’ve had our eye on Emily Browning ever since ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’ back in 2004. More recently she’s been making waves in ‘Sucker Punch’ as well as appearing at a number of red carpet events arm in arm with her boyfriend Max Irons (too cute!), but we’re ever so intrigued to [...]
After watching this nearly 2-hour long film, we have one question: why, dear God? Why? This film is of the ‘so awful it’s almost fun to watch’ subgenre of dross.
Javier Bardem must be the happiest man on the planet! Not only has his wife, actress Penélope Cruz, just given birth to their first child, he’s also been nominated for the Best Actor award at this year’s Oscars for his role in the Spanish-language production ‘Biutiful’ (released in UK cinemas last Friday).
The King’s Speech swooped in and scooped five gongs at the British Independent Film Awards last night.
Presented at last month’s BFI London Film Festival, ‘Howl’ explores the life and works of American poet Allen Ginsberg, a leading figure of the 1950s’ Beat Generation. Writer-directors Robert Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.
When we heard an American remake of Swedish horror ‘Let The Right One In’ was in the pipeline our first thought was ‘Is it necessary?’ Followed closely by ‘Would it destroy the beauty of the original?’ Glass half-full, us… Directed by Matt Reeves (‘Cloverfield’), ‘Let Me In’ follows the story of a bullied 12-year old [...]