If Sam Worthington were a colour, he’d be transparent
We love owls over here at Best For Film Towers; their fluttering wings and soft feathered bodies are the only reminder we have of the outside world. Owls are wonderful, that’s for sure… but which owls are the MOST wonderful? Sit back and marvel as we present the top 10 owls of cinema…
WOLVES ON A PLANE?
No, really, there’s actual electric stuff in it. Like a LIGHTNING BOLT
A heist movie in which the main character spends 90% of his screentime on a foot-wide ledge? That sounds interesting! And it nearly was. Man on a Ledge contains all the ingredients necessary for a credible thriller, but it falls at the last hurdle – putting them together. Also, Sam Worthington is still useless. Message ends.
For some reason.
Coriolanus is out! It hasn’t been nominated for any Oscars (because it was released too late, but let’s not split hairs)! Ralph Fiennes is on the warpath (probably)! And just think what a man who takes Auschwitz in his stride would do to you if you bumped into him and mispronounced his name? READ THIS CHEAT SHEET QUICKLY, BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!
To celebrate the upcoming release of War Horse (and an all-girl, no Underwood BFF team) we decided to delve into the film archive and pull out (you guessed it!) the Top 10 Film Horses. Just for the record, this was never intended to happen; I pitched an article about novel-to-movie adaptations and, somehow, we ended up shaking on an equine extravaganza. From the likes of Troy and The Lord Of The Rings, all the way up to Shrek and Disney, it seems we’ve got enough material to keep even the most avid pony-philes happy…