As we previously reported this year sees the big screen debut for the bear from deepest, darkest Peru. The teaser trailer for the movie has been released to build up the excitement before the movie release at the tail end of the year. Continue reading “Paddington teaser trailer” »
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Unleashed online is the first teaser trailer for the 2014 monster movie Godzilla. Based on the cult Japanese film series, the film deals with the appearance, out of nowhere, of a giant Lizard creature intent on destroying all of mankind. In the big chair for the film is director Gareth Edwards. His last film was the 2010 low-budget Sci -Fi thriller Monsters. That was an impressive and entertaining movie with a unique vision and an outstanding execution.
Principal photography has commenced on the remake of Godzilla. Based on the 1954 film, not the 1998 effort, initial photography is taking place in Vancouver, Canada. In charge of the film is director Gareth Edwards. Edwards previous film was the 2010 low-budget Sci -Fi thriller Monsters. That was an impressive and entertaining movie with a unique vision. Given a larger budget and backing from Legendary Studios it will be interesting to see what he can produce. Continue reading “Godzilla will rise” »
The subject of maturing from boy to man has been covered on countless occasions in Disney style coming of age dramas. The genre is so familiar that we now have an automatic aversion to them. Submarine tries, and succeeds, in taking a fresh approach to the subject.
Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) is a boy on a mission. He only wants two things. He wants his parents to re-connect as a couple and he aims to lose his virginity before his next birthday. Oliver is a quiet boy who finds it difficult to fit in with his peers as he sees himself as an outsider, a loner if you wish. He has a lot of time on his hands that he puts to use by studying his parents habits. When the dimmer switch in his parents bedroom is turned down to half power then Oliver knows that they had an amorous encounter the night before. Continue reading “Submarine” »