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Monthly Archives: July 2010
How well did you do with my movie wedding picture quiz yesterday? Think you guessed them all correctly? Well, now you can find out. Here are the answers:
To the English-singing world, Serge Gainsbourg is something of a joke – known at best for his lascivious pop song ‘Je t’aime, moi non plus’, with its cheesy Hammond Organ and sleazy heavy-breathing, and for announcing to a startled Whitney … Continue reading
I’m not picking any films today as I’m off to a wedding do tonight. So, instead I’ve assembled a picture quiz on that very theme. Check out this wacky movie wedding album below. Can you identify which films these pics … Continue reading
It seems that Joaquin Phoenix’s puzzling career change has inspired others to dabble. Gwyneth Paltrow has just recorded a country music track called Country Strong for an upcoming movie (with the same name), where she plays down-and-out country star Kelly … Continue reading
Stand-in News Muser Caitlin Maggs ponders over the latest movie gossip, giving you her unique take on all the showbiz shenanigans… Media giant Disney recently decided to drop the third and latest instalment of the page-to-screen adaptation of C.S Lewis’ … Continue reading
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang Child scare… This fantasy sequel, set during World War Two, sees the magical nanny arrive on a family farm to help a hectic young mother cope with her three boisterous children and their two … Continue reading
Director Peter Weir‘s spooky yet beguiling Picnic at Hanging Rock was one of Australia’s earliest international hits when it was released back in 1975. It helped propel the young director to Hollywood and has since become a true classic, spawning … Continue reading
Cheap and cheesy 1980s TV show The A-Team gets an expensive retread with a big-screen blockbuster version – but will the new movie fire up cinemagoers’ fond memories of the original or trample all over them? Having never seen the … Continue reading
Toy Story 3 Child’s play… Woody and co. find they have a new home in the third instalment of the animated franchise – a local daycare centre, where the children run riot and a strawberry-scented bear isn’t all he seems. … Continue reading
1. Very Little Dialogue. It’s a non-English language movie, but this Belgian/French film relies largely on music and its characters’ actions to tell its amusing fairytale. It’s about a plucky grandmother and her pet dog who set out to rescue … Continue reading