Black Man vs Train. Black Man wins. Who needs more when you're dealing with a missile the size of the Chrysler building?

Deathly Hallows Part 1

The first part of the last part of the ever-darkening franchise, Deathly Hallows Part 1 is the best film of the lot. Yes, even The Columbus Years.

The Girl who Kicked the Hornets' Nest

This TV movie spends one hour in hospital, one in court. It's basically an episode of Casualty and Kavanagh QC back-to-back.

The American

Veteran hitman shacks up in southern Italy. Sleeps with women. Befriends priest. Takes pretty pictures. Classy stuff.

Potterthon 2010

Poor boy with no friends lives in cupboard under the stairs. Decides to live blog all Harry Potter films in a row. 902 minutes. 6 films. 1 television. Accio life.


Machete don't text. Machete disappointing. Machete better as trailer.

Leap Year

Disturbing, graphic and painful to watch. Yes, it's realistic, but that’s part of what makes it so unpleasant.

Due Date

The Funniest Film Since The Hangover? Due Date ticks every comedy box. Except the one labelled jokes.

Despicable Me

Likeable fun with a lazy conclusion, Despicable Me shoots for the moon, steals it, then lets it go again. Above average, but below Pixar.

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New Harry Potter Trailer - Now With Added Flashbacks Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Monday, 01 November 2010 07:22

It's always a lovely way to end a week - with a new Harry Potter trailer. Especially one with lots of cute videos of ickle Danny Radcliffe back when he was a tiny wee moppet.

Good job that's what we got then, just before Halloween hit: an all-new trailer for Deathly Hallows Part One, complete with flashbacks across the whole series of JK Rowling's adventures. Yes, it's bowl cuts and spectacles galore with this fluffy look back at The Boy Who Lived when he was barely The Boy Who Stopped Wetting The Bed.

There's also a few tidbits from producer David Heyman and the rest of the cast (Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are amazingly not sick of their characters yet), and a nice load of clips from the upcoming finale, including Bill Nighy and Hagrid's sidecar-sporting motorbike. 

Now to be released in spectacular jaw-dropping 2D, trailers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One just keep on apparating online, but with only a few weeks left before we can finally see it, that sense of climax is actually starting to kick in. Either that, or I'm feeling ultra-soppy at the sight of ickle Danny wielding an owl that's twice the size of his head.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One magics into cinemas in a matter of days. Check out more Harry Potter trailers. Or read on for the full new video. Accio Friday 19th November!

Don't Look Now: Best Movie Pumpkins Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 29 October 2010 09:04

Paranormal Activity 2 is out and Saw 3D is imminently upon us - yes, it's Halloween again and rather than list the scariest horror movies or discuss Let Me In vs Let the Right One In (again), I thought we'd go for something a tiny bit different.

As anyone who's every carved a pumpkin knows, it's frickin' difficult to do well, especially if you're aiming for a cinematic likeness. Which is why we've rounded up the best movie pumpkins on the internet to give you some solid inspiration before you start cutting massive holes in your evening. It was either that or kidnap Neil Buchanan and force him to make a Horror Movie Art Attack. And this was far easier.

Tron Night: The Verdict Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 29 October 2010 08:40

After the success of Twentieth Century Fox's Avatar Day, Disney held Tron Night yesterday - a chance for fans to see 23 minutes of preview footage from the upcoming Tron: Legacy. The verdict? Pretty damn awesome.

Continuing on from Steve Lisberger's incredibly impressive 1982 movie, Tron: Legacy takes place in an age where technology is far more relevant. It's so advanced that the film's in 3D, an arguably unnecessary touch, but one that at least makes the title screen stand out a little more. The rest is just as stunning however you see it (hint: IMAX).

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It hardly seems like a year since Leicester Square last carpeted itself up for the capital's filmic festivities, but the 54th BFI London Film Festival has arrived. And once again, we'll be running around to see all the films like crazy people. Crazy people with press passes.

Both veteran stalkers and snazzy dressers, our top reporters (including our tra
ined attack scientist) will be stepping out in style to bring you all the action. So all you have to do is follow our tweets and shout at us which films you want us to review. Simples.


 The Line-Up






 The Official BFI LFF Toilet Quiz!


The Hobbit Will Shoot In New Zealand Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 28 October 2010 08:08

After all that hoo-hah and cackwaffle, The Hobbit has finally got its fight with the New Zealand folks settled and will be shot in Peter Jackson's home country.

Warner Bros. have reached a deal with the Kiwi government, which will see new legislation introduced to clearly distinguish between employees and independent contractors.

Not that anyone wants to read more about Peter Jackson and his hairy midget friends. I'm certainly sick of writing about it. What I will say is that it's great news for my friend Ed, who moved over to New Zealand looking for production work a while back. Working in a range of museums and constantly bumping into Guillermo Del Toro in comic book shops, he's been pestering Wingnut Films every day for several years. Now there's some actual work for him to beg for. Good luck to him, the bespectacled darling.

For all the other Middle Earth nonsense, you can read our Exclusive Generic Hobbit News Story, which will cover you in the event of any possible rumours.


The Dark Knight Rises - Batman 3 Title Confirmed Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 27 October 2010 14:58

So that's the title of the third Batman film: The Dark Knight Rises.

So much for The Dark Knight Returns - clearly a better title. Nolan confirmed the sequel's name to the LA Times, also ruling out The Riddler as a villain. He also spoke about his determined dislike of 3D, and had this to add:

"We’ll use many of the same characters as we have all along, and we’ll be introducing some new ones". It's enigmatic as usual, but I'll forgive any director who not only makes Inception but also prefers IMAX to 3D.


Never Say Never Trailer Online Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 27 October 2010 08:30

"They said it would never happen.. That he would NEVER make it... But you NEVER stopped believing..."

So that's clear then. Because you never stopped believing, we get a Justin Bieber film. Perhaps if we all stopped believing in Justin Bieber, he would stop singing.

Until then, Never Say Never - the official biopic of music star Justin Bieber, aged 16 - is definitely heading towards cinemas. And is definitely in 3D. And definitely has a trailer.

Read on to sample just a small taste of what this documentary about pop music, fame and floppy fringe hair has to offer. Then work out a way to cover your ears on Friday 1st April next year, when deafening teen girl screams will kill all those within hearing range.

And for all those hoping that this is an April Fool's in advance, I point you in the direction of the snazzy purple poster.

Here's hoping someone writes "Again" at the end of the title and makes everyone think this is a re-release of Sean Connery's unofficial Bond movie. Ah, Mr Connery. There was a REAL man who never said never. 


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