The @oldmarkethall have done it again! The indie drama Robot & Frank has worked its way into my favourite films of the year so far.
You won’t need a cheat code to unlock the magic of Disney’s Wreck-it Ralph.
Pitch Perfect is aca-awesome
My second viewing at @ShrewsburyFS was Woody Allen’s critically acclaimed Midnight in Paris. Whilst I loved seeing Fitzgerald, Hemingway and even Eliot on the screen, I’m certain not everyone would share my appreciation.
Surprisingly, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted turned out to be one of the best animations of 2012.
With an indie trailer and a promising soundtrack, I was bound to leave Silver Linings Playbook on a high. Jennifer Lawrence’s brilliance only added to this high.
Not even sweet animation can make up for Hotel Transylvania; the weakest of this year’s kids horror flicks.
@ShrewsburyFS kindly invited me to review Le Havre at one of their fortnightly showings. I was not disappointed, as this Finnish feel-good comedy is perfect for a Friday evening.
Not even a couple of cute pugs can save The Campaign; one of the most disappointing comedies of the year.
Another indie film, another super high score. Ruby Sparks is proof that the Little Miss Sunshine team have still got it.
For some critics to recommend just going to see Attack the Block again over The Watch is incredibly unfair and unjust. With the only similarity being the inclusion of an alien race, the two films are very different. Although not a bad film, anyone will be disappointed with The Watch if they’re expecting a Joe Cornish film, rather than an Akiva Schaffer one.
Not the best, but not the worst, film I’ve seen at the cinema recently; The Wedding Video is fine for a Sunday afternoon. Watched any other day of the week may result in some serious disappointment.
Indie dramas about romance aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but Take This Waltz certainly swept me off my feet. Although one particular member of the Movie Talking team wasn’t won over.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new contender for Worst Film of 2012 in Keith Lemon: The Film
A more light hearted look at an impending apocalypse, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World is an endearing romantic comedy with an incredibly cute dog. Win win.
Killer Joe is already famous for being violent and making uncomfortable viewing. Never mind that, is it any good? Flip yes it is.
The long awaited directorial debut of Seth MacFarlane is finally upon us as Ted gets its UK release, but does it live up to the hype?
Although marketed as the new Bridesmaids, Friends with Kids is incredibly disappointing; perhaps thanks to the unfair advertising
Finally getting on track and only a few months late; May’s Fan of the Month, Tom, asked me to review Terry Gilliam’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Is it as good as I remembered it? Every bit as much