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Monthly Archives: July 2009
Is it good to have doubt? I can’t comment on that question with regards to faith, but in a world where everyone’s so different, it’s surely foolish and naïve, and even rather dangerous, to have too much certainty. That’s my … Continue reading
Surprise, surprise! Alan Moore disowned the long-awaited screen version of his cult comic book Watchmen well before it reached the screen – as has long been his warped wont with adaptations of his work. Yet 300 director Zack Snyder’s movie … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Is the best disaster movie ever made? The Poseidon Adventure is showing on Channel 4 this afternoon at 4.20pm
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Do you have a favourite movie cameo moment? It’s the slew of cameos from dozens of stars that make this Robert Altman satire on Hollywood the memorable movie … Continue reading
I’ve never been a big fan of Jude Law. Ok, that’s an understatement. I think the guy looks shiftier than a group of schoolkids in a newsagent. I wouldn’t trust him with my dry-cleaning, let alone my achy breaky heart. … Continue reading
The Young Victoria Stiff upper lip… Emily Blunt portrays the young Queen Victoria during the turbulent years of her early reign. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to install Flash … Continue reading
Tennessee-born Anna Mae Bullock began her music career in the 1960s after meeting blues musician Ike Turner. She went on to marry him, and changed her name to Tina Turner as her music career took off. Based on her autobiography … Continue reading
Movie star birthdays are like London buses – you get nothing for ages, then three come along at once… Happy 42nd Birthday Philip Seymour Hoffman! Phil was recently seen playing a priest in Oscar nominated drama Doubt, but owning a … Continue reading
We’ve had word from Bathsheba, who runs the blog Stockwell News, that Colin Farrell was spotted last night on location for the film London Boulevard. This riff on Sunset Boulevard themes also stars Kiera Knightley (that’s her on the poster … Continue reading