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I’ve never played a video game in my life but that didn’t stop me loving Edgar Wright’s quirky comic-book adaptation Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Based on Canadian cartoonist Bryan Lee O’Malley’s cult graphic novel, Wright’s movie takes its narrative … Continue reading
Resident Evil: Afterlife Back from the Undead… The Sci-Fi horror thriller franchise based on the ultra-gory video game can’t be killed off. Series star Milla Jovovich – joined by Hereos’ Ali Larter – now kicks ass in 3D. If you … Continue reading
Grown Ups Arrested development… Dire reunion comedy sees Adam Sandler and a bunch of his Saturday Night Live chums as old friends hooking up for a wake for their high-school basketball coach. 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
Tremendous buzz in Leicester Square last night for preview of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Edgar Wright’s fab film version of Canadian cartoonist Bryan Lee O’Malley‘s graphic novel goes on release in the US this weekend, but UK audiences won’t … Continue reading