Parker is out soon, and if you’ve seen the trailer/moody-ish poster you’ll know that singer Jennifer Lopez is in it, starring alongside rent-a-hardman Jason Statham. This isn’t the first film J-Lo has been in. To be honest, we’re not sure why that keeps happening. And to make things even more dire, Lopez has threatened revealed she would like to take on more acting roles due to her ‘great experience’ working with Statham on set. But Jen’s not the only one who should just slip away quietly back into the recording studio AND STAY THERE.
TOMORROW, they’re out TOMORROW! Ha, they’re not.
Guided by the probing mind of Keanu Reeves, Side By Side is a thoughtful documentary exploring the near universal adoption of digital filmmaking techniques by an industry once defined by the physicality of photochemical film. While most of the directors interviewed wax lyrical about new cinematic frontiers and the endless possibilities presented by the 21st century’s digital playground, some dissenters suggest such freedoms mightn’t be such a good thing.
Whaddya mean we’re funny? No, no, whaddya mean we’re funny? Are we here to amuse you!? Well yes we are! It must be yet another of Best For Film’s Favourite Flicks, because we’re about to gush all over Scorsese’s 1990 masterpiece. Jersey Shore, eat your heart out.
With Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese on board we should probably get the Oscars prepared now just to save time.
In which Matthew McConaughey will probably still find a reason to be shirtless.
The director of this Jo Nesbø adaptation is an honours graduate from the Quentin Tarantino School of Film-Making and the plot is as riddled with holes as some of its victims; but the humour is absolutely spot-on and the acting superb, so we’re prepared to suspend our disbelief just long enough to tolerate all the severed fingers in the Cheesy Puffs and the gratuitous use of that nail gun. Plus it’s in Norwegian and subtitles make us feel smug.
Just pretend Adam Sandler isn’t there. Everyone else is.