by Ren Zelen With a resume containing Bend It Like Beckham and Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, director Gurinder Chadha may not have seemed to be the immediate choice to bring a tragic, historical epic to the screen. However, when the director made a short introduction at the London screening of her new film Viceroy’s House, she explained her personal connection to this ambitious project. … Continue reading Viceroy’s House – Review
We’re delivering some whooping platefuls of floury, sugary lemony treats. That’s right, despite technically being a religious holiday to show the true spirit of sacrifice, we are more excited about round treats. In our addled states as human beings, we took Shrove Tuesday to scoff as much as you can before staving off sweets for forty days (ha ha ha – no). So for Shrove Tuesday, … Continue reading 5 Drool-Worthy Pancake Scenes
David Ayer seems to have found a new muse with Will Smith. Smith still can’t seem to decide whether he is an action star or a dramatic star and is mediocre at both. Bright revolves around Ward and Jakoby who roam around on a night patrol on to discover that the streets have a darkness underneath it. Well, this seems to be a mash up of … Continue reading Bright – Brand New Trailer
Before film, artists once ruled the world. Now it’s cinema. And NOW we make movies about artists, which continues with Cezanne and I! The historical drama revolves around two artists who became lifelong friends. One of them was writer Emile Zola whilst the Cezanne and I looks to be a terrific artistic drama! We dare you to say the lead names 10 times fast – … Continue reading Cézanne and I – Brand New Trailer!
You can tell what the team at Pixar are hoping to achieve with Cars 3. They’re hoping that it will leave all the other films coming out around the same time in the dust as it races towards a glorious swansong for the franchise (before they inevitably reboot the film with a brand new character in pole position). While the latter may be achievable (née … Continue reading Cars 3 – Brand New Trailer!
The news has broke that American actor, Bill Paxton, has tragically died at the age of 61. Paxton passed away after complications during surgery, his family confirmed. He leaves behind a wife and two children as well as scores of fans. The actor will be remembered for his roles in Aliens, Titanic, Predator 2 and Apollo 13 amongst his many screen credits. A diverse talent, … Continue reading Bill Paxton: In Memoriam