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The American Film Institute challenge!

Around two years ago approximately on the 5th January after feeling the effects of indulging over the Christmas period (of feeling mostly guilty) I decided rather than promising myself to get a six-pack or get a job in the media industry (which I have unsuccessfully trying to pursue for the last seven years) for that years New Year’s Resolution I thought I would do something more achievable and fun. 156 more words

American Film Institute

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) Review

A drunken evening Martha and George destroy each other in front of a young couple who have just moved to the town Nick and Honey. All taking place from 2am following a party . 633 more words


Best Picture Project

After the current awards season I have decided to start a new project on Let’s Go To The Movies . . .

Best Picture Project… 166 more words

Best Picture Project

Guardians of the Galaxy to premiere on Sky Movies this March.

MARVEL’s Guardians of the Galaxy is to premiere on Sky Movies next month.

In the far reaches of space, US pilot Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) finds himself the object of a manhunt after stealing an orb coveted by the villainous Ronan (Lee Pace). 84 more words


Maleficent premières on Sky Movies.

Disney’s hit live action film Maleficent is available to Sky Movies subscribers this weekend.

Disney tweaks the Sleeping Beauty legend for the visually sumptuous tale of Maleficent (a well-cast Angelina Jolie), a good fairy-turned-bad who spends years trying to atone for an act of malice. 59 more words


Godzilla leads Sky Movies March highlights.

Godzilla leads Sky Movies March premiere highlights. Box-office hit Godzilla comes to Sky Movies this mMarch.   Directed by Gareth Edwards, Kick-Ass’s Taylor-Johnson stars in this epic take on the ultimate monster movie in which humanity comes under threat from monstrous foes old and new. 115 more words


Mark Millar On Fantastic Four Reboot

Comic Book Legend Mark Millar recently sat down with Sky Movies to defend Director Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot. Many fans of the comics believe that the movie will be an utter failure like 20th Century Fox’s movies a few years back while others believe Trank’s will be a success due to the different direction he plans to take the characters. 20 more words