No Sesame. All Street. Not many taglines sum-up a film as well that one does. The Happytime Murders follow two dysfunctional, unorthodox cops as they investigate a spate of contract killings. The catch: The victims are puppets in a world where … Continue reading Trailer of the Week: The Happytime Murders
This month we review a selection of movies from Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies list. Today is Number 96: Good Will Hunting. The hook of Good Will Hunting is the type that could launch many different styles or genres of stories: … Continue reading 100 Greatest Movies Month: Good Will Hunting (1997) Review
This month we review a selection of movies from Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies list. Today is Number 48: The Silence of the Lambs. Some moments go beyond the movie itself, growing in fandom and status and becoming a force unto … Continue reading 100 Greatest Movies Month: The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Review
This month we review a selection of movies from Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies list. Today is Number 60: American Beauty. There is a great appeal to a character who decides to start “taking matters into their own hands.” In the case … Continue reading 100 Greatest Movies Month: American Beauty (1999) Review
Aquaman has always struggled to be taken really seriously as a superhero. Robot Chicken did a very good job of highlighting his flaws, which included the orange and green suit, the ability to talk to fish and the general uselessness of … Continue reading Trailer of the Week: Aquaman
Another fortnight and another podcast! Following the Dwayne Johnson special comes the Mission: Impossible – Fallout special which has plenty to discuss. As well as a full review of the movie, Ben and Dave also discuss pertinent questions such as; Can … Continue reading Views from the Sofa: The Movie Podcast! Spoiler-filled Mission:Impossible – Fallout special
I’ve like The Oscars and what they represent for the movie industry. I like the pomp and ceremony that goes with them and I usually recognise the movies they have chosen as worthy contenders (if not always worthy, eventual winners). However … Continue reading Why The Academy have got it wrong with the new “Popular Movie” category.