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The World's End (2013)

Ungainly, sparky, and incorrigibly enjoyable, The World’s End, the fizzing finale to Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy, is everything that is scarce in modern British cinema, and precisely what it thrives on. 583 more words


Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore Unite in Miss You Already

What happens when you combine the visionary genius of Catherine Hardwicke and a script by British comedy gem Morwenna Banks? A beautiful and powerful story of friendship. 88 more words


Now is Good - Jeremy Irvine & Dakota Fanning

I just finished watching Now is Good. It is probably the fourth or fifth time that I have seen it and it still is so good! 140 more words


First look--Fassbender leads new bloody, big-screen adaptation of Macbeth

Henry V is probably the best of William Shakespeare’s dramas adapted for film, garnering for director and lead actor Kenneth Branagh two Oscar nominations.  For the bloodiest of Shakespeare’s plays, Michael Fassbender… 179 more words


The World's End (2013)

Director – Edgar Wright

Starring – Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsan, Pierce Brosnan, David Bradley, Rosamund Pike, Darren Boyd, Bill Nighy (voice) 10 more words

Film Reviews

Review: Pride (2014)

PRIDE is good-ish. They’re going for feelgood, and they certainly succeed in delivering that, but if you’re looking for much more then you might leave a little disappointed. 669 more words



A film by Richard Ayoade

Cast: Craig Roberts, Sally Hawkins, Paddy Considine

Oliver Tate (grain roberts) is a rather a dull boy. He dreams that everyone appreciates him , fantasizes about the tribute that he would make to his friend when he died. 243 more words