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Monthly Archives: August 2010
Cemetery Junction – Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant reveal the origins & influences behind the film
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant discuss the origins and influences behind Cemetery Junction, their coming-of-age comedy set in the Reading suburbs in the summer of 1973. Ricky Gervais: Everything we’ve done has been autobiographical: working in an office, working … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings | Motherhood – seriously, who wants to watch a day in the life of a yummy mummy?
This was one of the worst box office flops in Hollywood’s history. It’s not difficult to see why. It’s the story of an urban yummy mummy (Uma Thurman hang your head in shame!) who spends a day juggling the demands … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Ellen Page has more recently been in the news because of her role in Christopher Nolan’s Inception. She did a fun interview with Wossy as part of the … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Now here’s a question. If they decided to remake and update Summer Holiday, who could you see in the Cliff Richard role? It’s a tricky one really as … Continue reading
Now here’s one for any budding film student out there. We all know director Tony Scott for his big-budget Hollywood films, Top Gun and Enemy of the State (though his 1980′s horror The Hunger remains my favourite), well here’s a … Continue reading
The Girl Who Played with Fire will probably bewilder anyone who hasn’t read Swedish writer Stieg Larsson’s hugely popular Millennium trilogy of crime thrillers – and peeve those who have. For all the books’ fans’ prior misgivings, the first film … Continue reading
I loved Fame, the 80s TV series. During its run on British TV, I watched it religiously, I bought two of ‘the Kids from ‘Fame’ albums, attempted to dance to the albums (badly), I donned the legwarmers, and I learned … Continue reading
Centurion Bloody battle… Neil Marshall (The Descent) directs this historical action thriller about a group of Roman soldiers fighting for their lives after their legion is wiped out in a brutal ambush. If you can see this, then you might … Continue reading
Deliriously proving that the geek shall inherit the earth, Edgar Wright’s fabulous Scott Pilgrim vs. The World sees cinema’s über-nerd Michael Cera taking on all comers in the quest for the girl of his dreams – and coming out on … Continue reading
The Expendables Action packed… Sylvester Stallone gathers together an ensemble of big screen action heroes, including Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jet Li, for this action thriller about a team of elite mercenaries tasked with overthrowing a Latin American dictator. … Continue reading