We’re at the point now where, to a certain extent, we know what to expect from Wes Anderson. A charming screenplay, delightful production design, exquisitely composed cinamatography, and a barrel of actors we all wish we could take out for gin. The Grand Budapest Hotel delivers on all counts, as we knew it would, but…
With the news that Fox has cancelled the 3D post-conversion of the16 year old Independence Day, we’re celebrating by imitating Randy Quaid. The alcoholic part, not the kamikaze pilot part. Saying that, after this epic drinking game we’ll be down for anything. With a multitude of awful lines, a plethora of pregnant pauses and Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation being molested by a tentacle monster, Independence Day is an awesomely terrible movie that deserves your tribute. Doesn’t anybody have any vodka left!?
Roland Emmerich continues his heroic quest to earn the animosity of every single person on planet Earth
We’re Hungary for this one. Damn you Monday!
Gird your loins, everyone: it’s arrived. The film which inspired the following words from Roger Ebert: “Describing the movie is bringing down the level of my prose.” A “billion dollar movie” featuring the likes of Jeff Goldblum, Will Ferrell, Robert Loggia, Zach Galifianakis and John C Reilly. A film so strange and offensive it led to a number of furious walkouts from audience members during a screening at the Sundance festival. Yes, Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie is upon us, and goddamnit is it a beautiful, terrifying spectacle.