This review was first published on Steven’s brilliant website Popcornaddiction.com. Make it your next stop. Prior to her untimely death on August 31st, 1997, when the vehicle she was travelling in crashed in Paris’ Pont de l’Alma road tunnel, Diana (Naomi Watts) embarked on a relationship with London-based Pakistani surgeon Hasnat Khan (Naveen Andrews). This…
Keaton! Stone! Watts! Galifianakis! Birdman! Exclamation marks!
Movie 43 may already be the most derided film of all time, and it’s only been in the cinema for less than a week. It’s an ‘anthology film’ of thirteen or more (depending on how you count) short, non-related comedy sketches directed by various different people. We decided to check it out and reflect on what, if anything, it could all mean.
The blonde bombshell we love to hate, Naomi Watts has popped into our lives recently by being nominated for a Best Actress Golden Globe for her performance in The Impossible. She also plays Princess Diana in the upcoming film Diana, to be released later this year. But her empty eyes don’t tell her full, heroin-dappled story – Naomi does have a few skeletons hiding in her closet!
New red-band trailer for Movie 43 stars Kristen Bell’s vagina