Since 1999 the jokes have gotten cruder, the scenarios more ludicrous and the boobs more plastic. To prepare myself for the release of American Pie: Reunion, I took a look at the first three cinematic films (and the first straight-to-DVD spin off, unfortunately). Consequently, I’ve had the soundtrack on repeat in my head.
The cinema is suffering from a post-Avengers Assemble lull; no film can really compare to the anticipation and hype until Prometheus comes out in June. Whilst we’re waiting, it seems that we have to endure a few less impressive features to fill the gap and Silent House is one that fits this description perfectly.
It’s with regret I have to retract my previous statement: Friday/Saturday night action films are capable of being just incredibly bad. Gone was awful, Lockout wasn’t bad, and Safe is probably the most boring film I’ve seen at the cinema since The Devil Inside.
Andina, April’s Fan of the Month, asked me to review Josh Radnor’s Happythankyoumoreplease. His directorial debut is just as indie as it sounds, but also surprisingly heart warming.
The Summer blockbuster season starts here with Joss Whedon taking on the challenge of organising the superhero group The Avengers, hear what Amy Moss, Kieran Prout and Rob Walker have to say.
Lasse Hallström returns to the big screen with his third book adaptation to date, but are Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt just as likeable as some of his other characters? No prizes for guessing what I think of McGregor, who can never do wrong
Marvel’s Avengers Assemble is the first of my most anticipated summer blockbusters to be released; it certainly doesn’t disappoint. With Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and Captain America a-plenty, it has something for everyone. As always, a spoiler free review so you can experience the awesomeness for yourself at the cinema – now reviewed in 2D and 3D!
Sometimes all you want to see if an action packed, sci-fi romp that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Even though it certainly won’t win any awards, Luc Besson’s Lockout certainly won’t let you down on a Saturday night
There’s nothing quite like settling down to an action packed thriller, even if it does have its faults, on a Saturday night. Amanda Seyfried’s new film Gone, advertised as a suspense thriller, is nothing short of boring and is certainly on the short list for worst film of 2012.
I don’t think I’ll ever learn that just because someone credible features in a film, it certainly doesn’t make it a good one. Yet again, I experienced this disappointment with The Cold Light of Day
The release date for Marvel’s Avengers Assemble is almost upon us. To celebrate the excitement, I revisited every Marvel film I could get my hands on and selected my top five Marvel films for this post. See how your favourite Marvel film fared in the chart at the bottom of the post.
Steve McQueen’s latest endeavour Shame has attracted a lot of media attention. Even though it’s not something you’d watch on a Sunday afternoon with all your family, it’s certainly worth a look for everyone else.