Articles Posted in the " Cameron Diaz " Category

  • The Counsellor

    After years of pitting his luckless protagonists against gladiators, Saracens, cannibals, jihadis, aliens, Incas, replicants and even more aliens, a scattering of Mexican gangsters feels like a pretty low-key threat for Ridley Scott’s latest. And so it proves. With characters ranging from the forgettable to the insufferable and a plot that makes even less sense…



  • Monday Face/Off – Jim Carrey

    Ah, Jim Carrey. It seems as if everyone who is anyone has an opinion on this funnyman of big budget flicks – whether you adore his early works and abhore Mr Popper’s Penguins, prefer him to stick to comedy and steer clear of serious dramas (hello Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind) or simply want to see him dress up in a funny costume, it’s hard not to have an opinion about good old Jim. So, with THAT in the forefront of our minds, Sarah and Nina have launched into an almighty row…


  • A Liar’s Autobiography

    Graham Chapman has been mostly dead for 23 years now, but hasn’t stopped his voice reaching out through the veil of time to narrate his own (mostly fictional) biography. Recent recordings of Graham Chapman reading his own book have been remastered to fit this 3D collection of animations as an homage to the great deceased Python. Featuring the talents of the Monty Python team, along with a few surprise guests, A Liar’s Autobiography is a wonderful tribute, even if it lags in places. There is a lot of love for Graham Chapman in this film, and hopefully you will feel it too.


  • Gambit

    Gathering dust in various stages of development hell since 1997, Gambit finally arrives on the big screen. From the off it’s clear Michael Hoffman’s remake of the 1966 caper is no spring chicken. A comic heist film so thoroughly undercooked and blushing with embarrassment, the only chicanery here is the evident self-deceit involved in slumming for a paycheck.




  • Top 10 Awesome Casting Choices for an All-Female Expendables

    Just when we thought the Expendables series couldn’t get any better, word has reached us that producer Adi Shankar has plans to make an all-female version of action ensemble. Director of the sequel, Simon West has stated that he is fully on board with the idea (WHO WOULDN’T BE?) and would like to see a line-up involving the likes of Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz, Milla Jovovich, Helen Mirren and Jamie Lee Curtis. We can see the appeal of those casting choices but here at BFF (which otherwise stands for Best For Females) we’ve dreamed up a list with a little more bite. So here it is chaps and chapettes: the top ten ovarylicious casting choices for an all-female Expendables. WARNING: Due to her recent involvement in the unforgivable Red Lights, Sigourney Weaver has been banned from this list.


  • Cheat Sheet: Mila Kunis

    Is that Emma Stone I see before me? Oh no, wait. It’s Mila Kunis, Stone’s more Ukranian lookalike. You have to admit that these two girls are pretty similar (we won’t say who we think is better…Stone…) and yet so different in many ways. Mila Kunis is actually a good-ish actress, she clearly has a sense of humour and seems like a pretty nice gal. But where did this young minx spring up from? Mila Kunis seems to have cemented herself firmly into Hollywood these days and has taken over from other young starlets as the number one go to person for sex appeal. Whilst this is normally a cause for instant dislike we are for some reason oddly drawn to Mila. Come with us on a magical journey into Mila Kunis. Into Mila Kunis’ WORLD. Sorry, we got a little carried away there. Mila Kunis’ world…