Paul

May 23, 2011

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Slightly flinchy at times. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in a movie about aliens? Is anyone actually surprised? Most probably think Paul is the third part in Frost-Pegg-Wright’s hugely successful and lauded ’Blood and Ice Cream’ trilogy when it in fact is a buddy-movie by Pegg and Frost alone. According to Pegg the idea originated […]

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Anathema live @ The Slade Rooms Wolverhampton, 16/02/2011

May 23, 2011

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Anathema with Awake by Design and North Atlantic Oscillation First off, I’d like to apologise for the absence of new posts on this site. I’ve been quite bogged down with other stuff, and three of my stories I wanted to post here I couldn’t earlier as they were a part of my Magazine production course […]

Tron: Legacy

December 22, 2010

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”It’s biodigital jazz, man”. That line, delivered by his Dudeness, Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn, pretty much sums up Tron: Legacy. Just like jazz, it’s an experience overall yet consists of brilliant musicians, or areas of production in this analogy, even though you might not appreciate them all and some are better than the others. […]

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Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

December 20, 2010

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This is not your typical Christmas movie, although it is a Christmas movie anyway. Rare Exports is what began in 2003 as a short movie on Youtube about catching a Santa Claus and spawned a sequel short movie in 2005, and has now made its way on the big screen as a full movie, albeit […]

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London Boulevard

December 10, 2010

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  A movie that begins with a sequence that could be straight from a Tarantino movie or an unholy lovechild of one and a western cannot be bad, right? That’s what you’d assume at least, and that’s what I assumed. Well, I guess there’s a first time for everything. William Monahan’s London Boulevard, based on […]

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The Men Who Stare At Goats

December 6, 2010

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  Hollywood needs more proper slapstick movies. Long gone are the days of The Marx brothers’ genius comedies that I greatly admire. The thought occurred to me when I was watching The Men Who Stare At Goats, an ensemble comedy starring George Clooney, Ewan McGregor, Kevin Spacey and Jeff Bridges, men who are interested in […]

The American

December 4, 2010

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I have not seen Control, Anton Corbijn’s earlier movie, so the idea of a famous photographer directing a movie is quite interesting. The American is Corbijn’s first foray into fiction, as Control was based on the life of Ian Curtis, the late singer of Joy Division. The American is based on Martin Booth’s novel A […]

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