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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The Disney 50 - Can You Name Them? Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 24 November 2010 20:37

So to celebrate the release of the upcoming Tangled, their 50th feature film, Disney are taking over BFI Southbank in 2011 and showing all of their animated archive. Yes, The Disney 50. All the way back to Snow White. And all on the big screen.

It all kicks off on Sunday 16th January, on the day of the Tangled premiere. Then every weekend for the rest of the year, you can catch an old Disney movie. I remember seeing The Lion King in the IMAX a few years back (in 2D) and it was jaw-droppingly awesome.

I also can't wait to have the chance to see The Aristocats again. That was a sexy bit of cinema. Chicken Little? Not so much.

Now before I go all nostalgic or start debating whether they'll include the naughty words in the digital transfers, my question is this: can you remember all 50 Disney films? I'm fairly sure I can't. But here are 10 to start you off...

Cheap Night In Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 17:48

This week's most affordable way to watch high quality films at home like a poor person.



£8.60. Sorted.



New Poster and Trailer for The Next Three Days Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 09:40

What with the seasonal cheer and family planning, it's perfect timing for the new poster for I'm Russell Crowe's Wife Get Me Out of Prison! When else would people want to be reminded of the evils of jail, or the perils of jailbreaking?

From Paul "Crash" Haggis, this remake of the French thriller Pour Elle sees bumbling nice man John Brennan go all macho in his attempt to spring his wife from behind bars. Taking the advice of ex-con Liam Neeson and asking the friendly man at the local gun shop where to put the bullets, Brennan seems ill-equipped for the task.

But he has one secret weapon: powerful Death Ray lasers that come out the side of his brain. Or at least, that's what the poster looks like. Read on to check it out, or head over here to see The Next Three Days trailer. It busts into cinemas on Wednesday 5th January.

Catfish Poster Now Online Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 08:20

All film posters should look like this.


Source Code Trailer is Seriously Awesome Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Saturday, 20 November 2010 10:55



So Moon was clearly a total fluke...

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Hogwart's Token Black Wizard Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 18 November 2010 15:34

Ok folks, put down your fried chicken, because here it is: your chance to meet Hogwart's only black kid, Bem.

It's not until halfway through the third Harry Potter film that Bem appears. He turns up whenever anyone mentions the words "dark" or "black" to add a bit of colour to the scene.

He only says two lines in the entire movie, so it's with great excitement that we present this exclusive interview with Bem. The unsung star of Prisoner of Azkaban finally has the chance to speak about Harry Potter, institutionalised racism, and his acting career in general.

Behold the king of black magic. This is Bem, in his own words. 

Good and Crap Trailers Now Online Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 10:19

Two big trailers turned up online today. One was rather good. One was crap. I'll leave you to work out which is which.


Cowboys & Aliens 

The film that Aliens vs Predator wanted to be. Bit surprised by the serious tongue-out-of-cheek tone, but I wouldn't worry too much. Harrison Ford's craggy face looks near-demented and James Bond has nothing better to do, so there should be enough chemistry to stop this being the next Jonah Hex. And don't forget, this is from Jon Favreau - DIRECTOR OF IRON MAN. His mum must be so proud to see his name there for all of 0.02 seconds.


Green Lantern

Ryan Reynolds gets out of coffin alive. Finds magic ring. Becomes superhero leprechaun. The world groans.

Warner Bros are clearly aiming for Iron Man territory with Hal Jordan's flippant quips: "Make yourself at home - there's water in the tap," is crying out to be read by Tony Stark. Shame the effects look utterly naff. This trailer's online over at Apple. The film's out in June next year.

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