Maybe they’ll call it The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Life is Suite?
Richard Gere seems intent on re-inventing himself. After years of being the romantic leading man, Gere has switched gears (Gere/gears… get it?… ummm… never mind) and has scrounged up every role that can leave him in any kind of villainous light. Trust us when we say that his name WILL come up at some point during your lifetime so it’s best to be well-prepared with our handy-dandy cheat sheet!
Arbitrage is the feature directorial debut of writer Nicholas Jareck about successful hedge-fund manager Robert Miller and the consequences he must face when honesty is no longer an option. Richard Gere is on top form is a film about the morality of finance in post-crash America.
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.
We’re seeing double! (There are two pictures)
New red-band trailer for Movie 43 stars Kristen Bell’s vagina
With David Fincher’s remake/adaptation of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo about to hit our screens, and the rumour mill about an English adaptation of the Old Boy going into overdrive, we thought it was the perfect time to remind everyone of the horrors of Getting The Remake Wrong. There are many, many re-workings that never should have been attempted, but heck we’re all busy, so in the name of convenience we’ve handily we’ve whittled it down to the top 5 we’ll never forgive…
Wes Craven: Two words that by their associative powers alone, can conjure inimitable phantasmagoric visions from which you cannot avert your eyes, but in the dead of sleepless night, so desperately wish you had. Whether it’s the snicker-snack of finger-knives or an Edvard Munchian bogeyman that threatens our dreams, it’s high-time that we got ourselves educated on the hand that wields them…