The time for the third season of Fargo to arrive is drawing ever nearer, and the sense of excitement is almost palpable. It’s definitely not helped by the brand new trailer the good folks at FX have just released, showing Ewan McGregor arguing with himself over money and family. Dotted throughout the trailer is a slew of famous characters (acting alongside McGregor) including the absolutely … Continue reading Fargo Season Three – Brand New Trailer!
There have been plenty of dramas that revolve around travelling to find themselves. That continues with The Sweet Life. The Sweet Life is an unconventional dramedy revolving around Kenny and Lolita who have their own brand of demons. Together, they make a pack to travel across country to the Golden Gate Bridge. Starring Chris Messina and Abigail Spencer, this looks emotional and quirky enough to … Continue reading The Sweet Life – Brand New Trailer!
The Wimpy Kid series is one that has perhaps continued without much notice. As the title suggest it revolves around a hapless young lad and his quest for popularity. This continues with the fourth oouting The Long Haul. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul revolves around a road trip to attend their elderly grandma’s 90th birthday. However, this goes heinously wrong thanks to … Continue reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul – Brand New Trailer!
After being one of the best things about Captain America: Civil War (which is tricky because nearly everything in that film was so goddamn amazing,) Chadwick Boseman looks to set the world aflame. Judging by his standalone follow up film Black Panther, his world domination seems sure enough. Until then, however, we have to gander at his talents in thriller Message from the King. The … Continue reading Message from the King – Clips & Trailers
by Ren Zelen Achieving some absorbing storytelling, director Amma Asante and screenwriter Guy Hibbert reveal a noteworthy chapter of Britain’s post-war history. A United Kingdom is the opening film of the 60th London Film Festival and is the based on the true story of Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo) a young law student in London in 1947, who also happens to be the Prince of Bechuanaland … Continue reading A United Kingdom – Review
Happy St Patrick’s Day to everyone who hails from the Emerald Isle! Though in passing years this holiday has become one of those celebrations where people guzzle on Guinness in clothes dyed green and try to speak in the worst Irish accents imaginable (but we all know, that award goes to Gerard Butler in P.S. I Love You. He doesn’t even seem to try!) But … Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day: 5 Great Films from Irish Directors