We’re seeing double! (There are two pictures)
Hey, do you have a name? I don’t care really. You’re not famous. Neither is Frances Gumm. Or should I say JUDY GARLAND. Come on peeps, we all know they laughed at old Gummy’s face when she came to an audition. Why, Virginia McMath was probably a boffin before she became Ginger Rogers, and don’t even get me started on Archie Leach. What’s in a name? Well, I’m gonna show you.
YES YES PLEASE YES
Whoever keeps ruining films by creating plot-revealing trailers, please stop doing it. One Day was bad enough!
The word ‘formulaic’ is bandied about quite a lot by us cinema lovers, and we’ve noticed that if often occurs just after watching a Kevin James film. This week saw his latest offering, Zookeeper, besmirch screens across the country, so to celebrate / commiserate / royally take the mickey we take a gander at some of the parts which are undoubtedly going to be offered to him in the near future.
The tagline for Take Me Home Tonight reads ‘Best. Night. Ever.’ Pretty bold for a film with little publicity and a cast of not-very-well-knowns. But this surprisingly sweet and funny tale of what was acceptable in the 80’s is full of decade-spanning charm.
Awww yeah! After releasing a teaser trailer earlier this week, that included commentary from producer Robert Rodriguiz, team Predators have finally put us out of our misery and released the official trailer.
After the stunner that was Spider-Man 2 (in our humble opinion one of the best superhero films ever made), Spidey 3 certainly had a weight of expectation against it. And unfortunately, it’s not really the send-off the franchise – not the mention the considerable talents of Maguire, Dunst, Raimi et al – deserved.