The latest news on the next James Bond movie is that there will be some news at some point.
Star Wars VII has been in the public consciousness for barely over a week, but the relentless rumour mill has been out of control. Everyday yet another potential director is added to the Star Wars VII list, and yet another takes themselves off with a sarcastic quip about how Disney’s Star Wars will star Minnie Mouse with a lightsaber. Here is a recap of all the guys still in the running, and those who have jumped out the Millennium Falcon.
Probably the best Bond of the new era, Skyfall is an assured and at times jaw-droppingly beautiful action film. Veering slightly more towards the ludicrous excesses of the Bond of old, Skyfall simultaneously maintains the grittier, more modern style, making it an anniversary throwback and a distinctly modern Bond film all at once. Obsessed with the spectre of death and being replaced, Skyfall doesn’t actually have a great deal to say on those topics, but it does have a memorable baddie (finally!) – and if the climax is disappointing, it’s only in comparison to the mastery of the rest of it.
More like WINDFALL, right? Stupid Monday.
There is nothing we like more here at BFF Towers than seeing two totally random creatures fight it out to the death. Alien vs Predator (one, not two), Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, Mega Shark vs anything really… Later on this month Cockneys vs Zombies attacks our screens and to celebrate we thought it would be fun to think of the best versus films that neither man nor beast has ever thought of before. Some might say there is a reason why these films don’t exist…well we say WHATEVS! We will get a space on our mantelpiece ready for our Oscar. Let’s kick off with Strippers vs Werewolves…oh hang on…