You might not have been there, you might be going soon- either way, here at Best For Film we thought we would compile the best and most iconic movies from four of the biggest cities in the USA. Whether they are stuffed full of landmarks, encapsulate a generation or an era, or are just plain bonkers and made us laugh, read on to discover the best few films to watch if you love New York, LA, San Francisco or Chicago
Disgraced former child star Lindsay Lohan has once again been sentenced to a jail term as a result of her persistent problems with alcohol and drugs.
Remakes have become the scourge of a Hollywood system starved of creativity and imagination. No sooner has a subtitled film won critical plaudits than there are whispers of an English language retread. A reinterpretation of the Swedish coming of age story Let The Right One In, directed by Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) and re-titled Let Me In, opens in multiplexes this Halloween. Now it seems that British films simply aren’t good enough for audiences across the Atlantic because director Neil LaBute has remade the 2007 comedy of errors, Death At A Funeral, transplanting the action to a middle-class suburb of Los Angeles
Good Lord, we have so much to learn from this man. Playboy tycoon and serial robe-wearer Hugh Hefner has saved the iconic Hollywood sign from property developers by donating $800,000 to the cause.
After much speculation, rumour and set-backs, it could be that The Hobbit is actually going to start shooting in July. And how do we know? Cos Gandalf told us. Yeah. Put that in your elven bread and stab it to death with a big sword.