No romance here, guys – we’re bored of all those piffly romantic movie breakup lists we’ve seen scattered all over the place. We get it, y’know – love is fleeting, heartache is awful, blah blah blah. But you know what’s even worse than losing your one true love? Losing your best friend. And so, to celebrate / mourn the demise of JLS, we’ve decided to take a look back over the top 10 most devastating movie breakups of all time. Ready your tearducts, people!
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.
A little teaser from Oz for you my pretties.
And your little dog too!
If you don’t already have a drink in your hand you fail at life, there’s never an excuse to be sober on a Friday and we’ve devised this drinking game so you never need one. In honour of last week’s release of Walter Salles’ On The Road we bring you the best drinking game based on Road Trips you’re likely to find this side of happy hour. Put your foot down and chug it!
With both bicycle courier nightmare Premium Rush and bonkers sci-fi feast Looper on the horizon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is fast becoming one of Hollywood’s premier leading men. But what of the man himself? What do we really know? One thing’s for sure… we have to go deeper.
It’s a sad fact in life that, sometimes, bad trailers happen to good films. Look at 21 Jump Street for instance; a clever satire of the buddy-cop drama made to look just like… well, just like an actual buddy-cop drama. We’ve decided to hold these trailer crimes accountable and have selected the top 10 worst offenders to be sent before the Best For Film judge…
It looks like John Carter is going to fall fast and land hard at the box office. Costing a cool $250 mill’ to make, based on a cherised collection of sci-fi novels, featuring the most sophisticated CGI Disney could afford and being the live action debut of director Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, Wall-E plus writing credits on the Toy Story trilogy), John Carter looked like a shoe-in to be one of the year’s toppermost earners. Right now it looks like breaking even worldwide would be a hopeful return. Which got us thinking….