These photos will make you feel like you’ve been shot in the head! With photos!
In which Jon Snow still isn’t getting any.
Ice Age 4 hurtles from one boring and entirely unoriginal scenario to another, justifying its glaring historical and chronological inaccuracies, hopeless characters, tedious plot and joyless slapstick by covering them in frozen precipitation. It’s just a rehash of previous Ice Age themes and scenes from other, better films, but told by prehistoric animals that existed millions of years apart. Sure it’s for kids, but a cinema full of children could only muster the occasional half-hearted chuckle and even the sound of Sid regurgitating something into his paw couldn’t mask the sound of artistic integrity quietly dying.
OH JUST GIVE UP
A renaissance is taking place in American television, with the quality and originality of recent programming equalling anything that Hollywood can offer. The newest arrival of Game of Thrones shows what television is capable of, telling a story that perhaps could not be told in film. Could it be that television is finally going to overtake film in terms of artistic credibility?