What better way to ease in a brand-new intern than by throwing them into a (metaphorical) ring with a longtime BFFer and forcing them into a (again, metaphorical) fight to the death, eh? Jeremy Renner is back in cinemas for Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, forcing Megan and Kayleigh into a premature catfight about Renner’s capabilities as an actor…
Is this the new Bond? No.
Film journalists often run through a certain number of preparations before the release of a new film. For any new Michael Bay movie the Caps Lock will be checked and re-checked; before every Katherine Heigl feature critics will hurry out to bathe in acid; and for Christopher Nolan they will bend over and spread their cheeks accordingly. Not so for poor Amanda Seyfried, whose new film Gone opens this week to deafening silence. Probably because there’s not that much to say. Well, except this.
You just got served… a drink! In celebration of StreetDance 2 hitting our screens this weekend, we’ve gathered up our fave ever dance flicks, along with plenty of delicious alcohol, and decided to dance like no one’s watching. Except they are. They’re watching and they’re judging and they’re doing shots depending on how it all goes down…
Thanks to Pierce Brosnan’s latest film role in the Sarah Jessica Parker movie I Don’t Know How She Does It we’ve been shaken and stirred into thinking that we’ve misjudged him as an action hero all these years. Is everybody ready to play our very own BFF version of Where’s Our Wally…?
With Bridesmaids soon upon us and the furore over the long-awaited wedding scenes in Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 about to reach fever pitch, we can’t avoid the thorny subject of movie marriage. So instead of beating brides and grooms (with a large stick), let’s join them and celebrate the 10 best things about movie weddings. All together now ahhhhh (puke).
Here at Best for Film towers, we prefer a side of drama with our wedding feasts. Drawing on a few of cinema’s more dramatic nupitals, we comprise a series of “what if” scenarios that would have The Royal Family shaking in their seasonal sitcom, and which might lend The Royal Wedding an air of watchability.
Mothers are hard enough to buy for, their assurances that they don’t want anything at all only serving the necessity to get something unforgettable. At Best For Film, we know that you probably bought her Mamma Mia! last year, and, as a result, have endeavoured to inspire you indirectly with a list of gift ideas for cinema’s most unforgettable mothers.
While Scotland has a relatively extensive cinematic history, from movies about Nessie to The Stone Of Destiny, it also has a tendency to crop up in less expected places. Should you ever plan to visit our highlands and lochs, we wouldn’t want you taking Hollywood’s word and expecting a populace of alcoholic gingers, nor any of the following. As such, we celebrate Burns Night with eight of the most random Scottish cameos in cinema history.
Add to the magic of Christmas this year by taking in a show! For all you film lovers, we’ve handpicked the best movie inspired theatrical masterpieces currently showing in the capital. Why not put down your Christmas shopping, take the weight off your feet and lose yourself in one of these brilliant adaptations….