Keanu Reeves looking to return to the last films in which he gave a half-decent performance, a mere 21 years ago.
So, The Inbetweeners Movie is finally upon us, relishing in the antics of four teenage boys on holiday. And, what with the success of Twilight and High School Musical lingering in the air like a bad smell, it seems the world has gone crazy for teen flicks. Crazy, obviously, because these new-fangled teen movies can’t ever hold a candle to the likes of Ferris Bueller and The Lost Boys. Join us as we count down our fave ever pubescent movies of all time…
At the invitation of the Swedenborg Society, Best For Film is publishing a special series of reviews to follow its ‘Images of the Afterlife in Cinema’ film season, which will be exploring life, death and everything in between. This week things have been getting distinctly non-triumphant for the rock gods of 1991 San Dimas – Bill S Preston Esq. and Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan.
Keanu Reeves has dropped hints about the possibility of a second sequel to Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. This would be most triumphant.
If you’re in London, there’s only one place to be on a Friday night for the next few weeks – attending the Swedenborg Society’s superb programme of films centred around life, death and the mysterious no man’s land in between. We’ll be there – will you?