Archive for October, 2015

Prick Up Your Ears

Prick Up Your Ears

| October 6, 2015

Prick Up Your Ears is a film that should not have been left in relative obscurity and yet for some god forsaken reason, it has. Directed by Stephen Frears and starring the likes of Gary Oldman and Alfred Molina, one would think that a film with such prestigious talent behind it would be recalled and […]

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Manglehorn

Manglehorn

| October 6, 2015

Manglehorn is in a line of work that is perfect — maybe a little too perfect — for his personality. He runs a lock-and-key company independently, and in the same way, he keeps his distance from the rest of the world most of the time. Manglehorn tells a story about the kind of guy that […]

4GOT10

4GOT10

| October 6, 2015

Most small time directors have delusions of grandeur. Some are lucky enough to have the talent and vision to bring their aspirations to life. Others are content with just stealing the best ideas from better directors and attempt to pass them off as their own. Sadly, this is the case with Timothy Woodward Jr’s straight-to-home-media […]

What We Did On Our Holiday

What We Did On Our Holiday

| October 5, 2015

Doug (David Tennant; Doctor Who) and Abby (Rosamund Pike; Gone Girl) can’t stand each other.  After years of marriage, the couple are living separately and it’s become obvious to their three children that their relationship will likely not get better, meaning a divorce is inevitable.  Despite their problems, the family try to hold things together […]

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Hollywood Power Couple’s Change of Pace: EXCLUSIVE Walter Parkes and Laurie McDonald/He Named me Malala Interview by Paul Fischer in Los Angeles.

Hollywood Power Couple’s Change of Pace: EXCLUSIVE Walter Parkes and Laurie McDonald/He Named me Malala Interview by Paul Fischer in Los Angeles.

| October 5, 2015

Walter Parkes and Laurie McDonald in many ways typify the old fashioned Hollywood producer. Over the years they’ve produced some of the biggest films from the Men in Black films to Spielberg’s Catch me if you Can and The Terminal to Ridley Scott’s Gladiator. So it came as something of a surprise to learn of […]

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We Are Still Here

We Are Still Here

| October 4, 2015

We Are Still Here (2015) might not be the film that “changes the face of horror cinema forever,” or some other such hyperbolic nonsense. Very few movies achieve such greatness. And yet I find myself having ever more frequent conversations with people about how horrible this or that movie is because it’s not great, even […]

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