It’s the movie on everybody’s lips, but not for the right reasons. Is it a big Fantastic Flop like everybody’s saying? Find out after the jump.
It’s finally here, the biggest film of the year which is the next huge step in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but how does it compare to the other blockbusters in the series and most importantly, is it better than The Avengers?
Here is the second trailer for the Benjamin Button style fantasy-romance flick starring Mrs Ryan Reynolds, hit the jump!
One of the years most anticipated movies is finally released, but how does it live up to the extraordinary hype? Hit the jump below to find out!
The award season is almost over, and it leaves the biggest prize to the end. This is of course the coveted, the honourable, the shiny … Oscar! – It has been a very tough year for all the films nominated with competition like no other. We can praise this however, because the sheer quality of […]
Road to the Oscars: there’s only four days left until the coveted Oscar night and I’m reviewing one of the hottest films to come out in 2013 for it’s sheer appeal in the critics circles as well as winning multiple awards already and is nominated for six Academy awards. So hit the jump to find […]
Road to the Oscars: Nebraska is a 2013 drama film nominated for six Academy Awards at this years Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay.
Road to the Oscars continues with a look at Philomena, a movie directed by Stephen Frears and written by Jeff Pope and Steve Coogan which has been nominated for four Oscars at the 86th Academy Awards, including: Best Actress for Judi Dench, Best Screenplay for Pope and Coogan, Best Score for Alexandre Desplat and an […]
Released in 2013 in the states and 2014 everywhere else, Her, is a film written and directed by Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovitch) starring Joaquin Phoenix (Walk the Line, Gladiator) and Scarlett Johansson (Lost in Translation, The Avengers) as the voice of Samantha. Supporting actors include: Amy Adams, Chris Pratt, Rooney Mara and Olivia Wilde. […]
The next chapter in my road-to-the-Oscars, is my review of “August: Osage County” and while it’s not nominated for any big rewards in regards to Best Picture, Best Director or Best Adapted Screenplay, it has been celebrated for its acting, with nominations for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress. Scroll down to see my thoughts! […]