Tell you what, we’ve only got a new bloody writer! The glorious Janina Matthewson can be found across the Internet writing for everyone from NASA (that might be a lie) to our little-sister site Work in Prowess, and she’s finally scaled the walls of Best For Film Towers to shower us with opinions and that. Ever wanted help justifying your refusal to watch anything but Labyrinth, over and over again? Welcome home.
“Mononymous?” we hear you cry, “What the deuce does that mean?” Don’t worry. Let us explain. Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is out today and in order to celebrate this momentous occasion, we have decided to prepare for you a list of the top ten films with titles that are a single name. Apparently, “mononymous” means this, thus we bring you the Top Ten Mononymous Film Titles.
London Fashion Week just happened. Did you know that? A huge fashionable event JUST HAPPENED in the UK and, if you’re anything like us here at Best For Film, you probably didn’t notice until somebody mentioned it this morning. We felt bad. Well, we didn’t feel THAT bad, but we did decide that we should do something to celebrate; so, without any further ado, here are the top 10 fashion lessons of cinema. BFF style…
There was a time, long ago, when it was generally considered that an opinion couldn’t ever be ‘wrong’. Unfortunately, that time is no more. With all those English graduates and bloggers telling you what to think, your opinion can and is wrong. It’s hard not to get lost in the din of whose opinion you should pretend is your own. Don’t worry though, cos BFF is here to save you from another awkward conversation by telling you what to think.
Taylor Lautner and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp. Are you as bored of predictable movie pairings as we are? Thought so. The BFF random name generator has spat out some brand-new star pairings and, using these, we’ve made our own movies. Best For Film ain’t just a nickname, after all…
When I was told to have a cinematic look at Europe’s capital cities, I grabbed my passport and my rusty camcorder and rushed eagerly towards Heathrow. But it turns out they just wanted me to tell you about the best films featuring those cities. Cheapskates.
If the results of Radio Times’ latest poll are anything to go by, men might actually descend from Mars and women may hail from Venus. The magazine’s quest to discover the nation’s favourite film sirens saw Ursula Andress top the list voted by men, with Audrey Hepburn triumphing in the women’s poll.