We’re already half-way through our 12 Days of Christmas! Where has the time gone? Let’s take a GANDER (geddit?) at Best For Film’s Top 6 Geese. Are you EGGcited? OK OK no more goose puns. We couldn’t think of anymore anyway. Enjoy!
If you don’t already have a drink in your hand you fail at life, there’s never an excuse to be sober on a Friday and we’ve devised this drinking game so you never need one. In honour of last week’s release of Walter Salles’ On The Road we bring you the best drinking game based on Road Trips you’re likely to find this side of happy hour. Put your foot down and chug it!
With his indie credentials firmly established by neo-noir debut Brick and talents further supported by 2008’s The Brothers Bloom, writer-director Rian Johnson returns with his take on the sci-fi genre. A time travel chase film injected with both an underlying sense of moral precariousness and welcome comic relief, the set-up isn’t new, but the delivery certainly is. With Johnson deftly combining influences alongside his own discernible flair, Looper may call-back to cinema’s past, but its own modernity is never in question.
No, that’s not a typo up there. That’s actually just the title.
Time travel = fun for all the family.
Are kidney transplants funny?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt furrows brow, looks a bit like Bruce Willis
In light of the TomKatMobile crashing and burning on the love highway, we’ve put together a list of our Top Ten Divorce Movies.
“Every second that passes is BAD.” Then stop talking nonsense, Jeff Daniels!
Can you hear that? It’s the sound of Hollywood lining classic films up against a wall and shooting them in the head…