Posts Tagged ‘Shrewsbury’
The @oldmarkethall have done it again! The indie drama Robot & Frank has worked its way into my favourite films of the year so far.
Is it too early to declare Iron Man 3 not just my favourite film of 2013, but also my new favourite Christmas film? Screw it – it’s both.
Needless to say that GI Joe: Retaliation (3D) has made by awful action movie marathon. It’s pretty bad: it’s not often The Rock is a redeeming feature.
My awful action movie marathon continues with Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. I can’t quite believe I was looking forward to this a year ago.
To mark the especially awful flock of action films out at the moment, I thought I would celebrate (commiserate?) with an awful action marathon. John McClane returns to the big screen in part one.
In the battle of supernatural romances, will zombies win over witches? There’s only one way to find out…
I like Jessica Chastain in Zero Dark Thirty and I like her in Mama, but which one is better? There’s only one way to find out…
You won’t need a cheat code to unlock the magic of Disney’s Wreck-it Ralph.
Not even Daniel Day-Lewis is enough to make me love Lincoln.
Django Unchained proves that Tarantino hasn’t lost his touch; it may even be his finest yet.
To celebrate the release of Tom Hooper’s highly anticipated musical Les Misérables, the Movie Talking team assembled to talk about musicals.. again!
Not even Ethan Hunt can save Jack Reacher from being a dull, cliched boys film.
Even I’m surprised that The Impossible didn’t make me cry. Not even Ewan McGregor breaking down on screen can thaw this hardened, cynical heart.
Pitch Perfect is aca-awesome
No surprises here: I didn’t like The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Mr Jackson, I’d like my three hours back please.
Yann Martel’s Life of Pi was dubbed the unfilmable book, but Ang Lee managed to do a fine job even though I didn’t like it as much everyone else.
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.
An explosion of colour, beautiful effects and a fantastic voice cast unite to form the best, and most surprising, animation of 2012: Rise of the Guardians
Surprisingly, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted turned out to be one of the best animations of 2012.