Posts Tagged ‘DVD’
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.
After loving Lee Pace in the delightful Pushing Daisies, Kieran (from the Movie Talking podcasts) recommended and lent to me The Fall. Promising to be incredibly beautiful and incredibly imaginative, I had high hopes for Tarsem Singh’s fairy tale
The Burma Conspiracy promises “an explosive, high-octane thriller” – does it deliver such thrills, or does it just try and be something it’s not?
Normally I’m all too quick to write off a film about war off as a boys film that I wouldn’t enjoy at all. I was pleasantly surprised with Forces Speciales (Special Forces). Sent in brutal but stunning Afghanistan; Special Forces is much more than the average war film.
As I’m slowly working my way through the 1001 Movies To See Before You Die I’ve been discovering not only classic films, but some of the most renowned actors and actresses of all time. Despite this, I still hadn’t seen a Brigette Bardot film. Le Repos du Guerrier (Love on A Pillow) is my first Bardot; she was every bit as lovely as I had expected.
The Kids Are All Right walked away with numerous accolades when it came out in 2010 and won a soft spot in the hearts of many. Is it really that special? It’s actually really rather remarkable
I really enjoyed the novel Never Let Me Go and after seeing One Day I know most movie adaptations are awful.. how does this one fair?
In celebration of the Hallowe’en season, here’s a run down of arguably the most successful horror franchise of recent times: the Paranormal Activity Trilogy
Mel Gibson plays a troubled husband along side Jodie Foster and a beaver hand-puppet in this self claimed “Dramedy”.
Nothing like the slick CGI Disney films we’re used to, Pooh bear takes us back to our childhood with this classically cute new release.
The end of the world is only hours away; what would you do?
My first introduction to the wonderful Ryan Gosling; he was just as great a few years ago as he is now
The animation of Mary and Max is a little rough around the edges; a nice change from the CGI movies that regularly grace our screens