Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Bus
French film monthly Premiere has announced that Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom will be opening Cannes Film Festival 2012. To save you from having to find a French newsagent/actually read any French, here are the predicted titles that have us wishing that we could spend a week on Brangelina’s fuck-off-huge yacht…
Everyone loves Jim Carrey, and what better time to do a shambolic career appraisal than with Mr. Popper’s Penguins coming out next week? Obviously that film will render this list null and void, and all other “Best Film” lists, as it promises to be ruddy brilliant, but until it that day here are our Top 10 Jim Carrey films. Somebody stop us!
Warning: extreme copypasta ahead. Proceed with caution.
Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry – together at last! A most original cinematic odd couple whose Green Hornet manages to absorb elements of the best of both; the pair combine trademark Rogen gagsmithery and Gondry mind-bending visuals to breathe life into a threadbare tale and bring verve and invention to a genre creaking under the sheer weight of its own offerings.
With a model railway as our guide, we follow Michel Gondry’s aunt Suzette through a lifetime of anecdotes and relationships. A very personal piece of documentary filmmaking, can The Thorn In The Heart resonate with moviegoers and Gondry alike?