The long-awaited reboot of the Tomb Raider games sees Lara Croft returning as a globe-trotting student, who gets washed up on a hostile island after a shipwreck. She’s flawed. She’s feisty. She’s BOUND to get her own movie – but which actress has got the guts to take on such an iconic character? Outta the way Angelina Jolie, here’s the top 10 actresses we actually WANT to take on Tomb Raider…
Oz: the Great and Powerful, the prequel to 1939’s The Wizard of Oz that everyone has been clamouring for these past 70-odd years (ahem), is most surprising in that it’s nowhere near the mess it promised to be. Luridly colourful and garish, but filled with likable performances and some excellent 3D. But while it may not be a total mess, but that’s not to say that it isn’t still wildly inconsistent at times.
And your little dog too!
He’ll be hunted by the Queen of the Universe, which makes us think that Brian May might be involved
Best For Film’s Favourite Flicks returns, and this week it’s safely in the hands of bona fide writer – seriously, she did a radio play and everything – Florence Vincent. What are you going to go for, Flo? Which bastion of classic cinema reigns supreme within your heart? Citizen Kane? Vertigo? What’s that – something more recent? How about Taxi Driver? Sátántangó? Requiem for a Dream? Oh, it’s a not-quite-nineties teen film with the Thong Song guy in it. Obviously.
We’ll be the judges of a film’s greatness and power thank you very much.
James Franco, playing a dick? NEVER.
So you’re drunk. You had one too many at Pizza Express or wherever, and now you’re in the cinema, and you are drunk. And you have FEELINGS. About this film. That you are watching. You may or may not swear at the screen, but whatever you say (you don’t remember in the morning) it is loud. You are swiftly removed from the cinema, and never permitted to return. Dark times. Enter Movie Interruption Screenings.
This sounds Glucking good! …we’ll show ourselves out.