What are you waiting for? WATCH THIS:
After the tantalising glimpse of the new Jurassic Park movie from earlier this week, the first full trailer is now here and gives us a very tasty idea of what’s coming in Jurassic World. Let’s watch!
We all knew it had to end sometime. In my case the end came ten days late. Mostly because I was busy doing other things and just couldn’t get around to mustering up the right mood to watch it. So the Doctor sat on my DVR for a while. I did watch the entire seventh season (so far) of Sons of Anarchy. But I hate endings. I still have the season one finale of Remedy and the series finale of the Office to watch. What can I say, I hate goodbyes.
That said, I did sit down to my last Doctor’s appointment this week, here’s how that went… Continue reading…
Are we tired of this guy yet? Can we say that?
The Theory of Everything has all the right ingredients to be a major award contender. It’s a period set drama that has happened within our lifetimes, it has some great talent in the main roles, and it’s about a world-famous scientist who everyone loves. Sometimes a film comes together to be more than the sum of its ingredients. Other times, like this time, it doesn’t.
The Theory of Everything isn’t bad though, it’s just that it suffers from all the problems that biopics tend to suffer from and the two great central performances aren’t quite enough to elevate the film above that.
For now reason at all, here’s Robert De Niro at a 2009 awards ceremony reciting lines from Taxi Driver in a fake British Accent.
Benicio del Toro as Pablo Escobar? Where do I sign? Let’s watch!
Here’s a last trailer for the upcoming last instalment of The Hobbit. We’re almost through this people!
Interstellar is probably the most ambitious film I’ve seen all year. It aims high in terms of scientific accuracy, storytelling, and cinematic scope, and it very nearly succeeds. But not quite. That’s not to say it’s a bad movie, but I was hoping for a great movie and this is just a good one.
Pixar has announced that they are making a fourth Toy Story movie to première in 2017. Mixed feelings abound.
Here’s a poster for next years Will Smith / Margot Robbie team up Focus. It’s out of focus. I see what they did there.
Turns out my DVR gets a bit temperamental when it’s being overworked. And then it refuses to record Doctor Who for you. So you have to figure out when the Space Channel is actually going to re-air the episode you missed all the while it keeps telling you “recording space is low” but when you go to watch the Daily Show it will only play one minute and then withhold the other 29 as some sort of punishment. I digress. The point is I’ve finally been able to see the last two episodes of Doctor Who before this weekend’s finale. Shall we begin? Okay then. Continue reading…
Alex Garland has written some great films (28 Days Later, Sunshine, Never Let Me Go, Dredd) and now he’s finally directed one. Here’s a trailer for his first directorial effort which looks, in a word, great.
“Do not arouse the wrath of the great and powerful Oz! I said come back tomorrow!”
Or, you know, when the film comes out on the 26th of November.