Safe Haven is out, signalling the end of the cinematic world as we know it. But, thankfully, four brave new interns have joined the Best For Film battle against the dark regime of Nicholas Sparks. Is there a single film out there in this post-Sparkian civilisation worth seeing?
Safe Haven has been making a killing at the box office, for reasons we can’t possibly fathom. Badly written, badly acted and generally just bad, this is the number one film to stay away from this week…
Safe Haven is out in cinemas this week. This is a fact. We cannot refute it – nor can we stop it from happening (believe us, we’ve tried). What we can do, however, is give you 10 very good reasons to stay the hell away from it…
Tell you what, we’ve only got a new bloody writer! The glorious Janina Matthewson can be found across the Internet writing for everyone from NASA (that might be a lie) to our little-sister site Work in Prowess, and she’s finally scaled the walls of Best For Film Towers to shower us with opinions and that. Ever wanted help justifying your refusal to watch anything but Labyrinth, over and over again? Welcome home.
Josh Duhamel stars in latest Nicholas Sparks adaption. Something tells us it might be a romance
The Zefron is a bit of a dark horse these days; after seeming set for lifelong underage vaginal domination around 2006, when that guiltiest of guilty pleasures came out, High School Musical, he just didn’t take off from Disney quite as drastically as anyone expected. There was a time when he would have been anyone’s first bet for the male leads in things like Avatar – instead, he seems perpetually dissatisfied and cannot decide what he wants. We at BFF do like a mysterious one, so let’s have a wee look.
Yes, there’s another one.
Really, we’re the lucky ones.
Has he even written it yet?
Hurrah for the bloody goriness that is Guy Fawkes day! A proud, dastardly time indeed in our national history, and a great excuse to give children some fire to mess around with. So considering the film world is usually so ready and willing to hijack our most exciting tales, our question is, where are the films to accompany Bonfire Night?