Archive | March, 2009

Misery business – Frozen River review

Frozen River – Starring Melissa Leo and Misty Upham. Directed by Courtney Hunt. Rated MA for strong themes. 97 mins.At this year’s Oscar ceremony, there was a name you may not have recognised amongst the prestigious Best Actress nominees. Of course, everyone knows the likes of Angelina Jolie, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet and Meryl Streep. […]

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God bless Pixar’s new Up trailer

source: traileraddict.com Those clever monkeys down at Pixar have delivered a brand new trailer for their flick Up, and it’s shinier and prettier than real life itself. The film follows the adventures of a 78-year-old man named Carl Fredrickson, who decides to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Accidentally tagging along for the ride […]

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New Star Trek trailer might make it the biggest film of ’09

source: traileraddict.com The new trailer for J.J. Abrams Star Trek has debuted online, and it’s looking more and more like the biggest and baddest film of this year’s blockbuster season. This trailer focuses on James T. Kirk’s origin, and his motivation to join the Starfleet Academy. I think Chris Pine does a great job of […]

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Final Wolverine trailer an operatic tale of motorbiking mutants at war!

source: usatoday.com The final trailer for X-Men Origins: Wolverine has debuted on USA Today, along with several character posters. One thing is for certain – Jackman looks hardcore. By clicking on the above image, you will be taken to the USA Today page which features the character images in greater detail. They include Hugh Jackman […]

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DiCaprio signs up for Nolan’s Dark Knight follow-up

source: hollywoodreporter.com Leonardo DiCaprio will star in Christopher Nolan‘s upcoming picture Inception, described as a contemporary sci-fi action film that takes place within the architecture of the mind. There have been unconfirmed reports that Ellen Page will also star in the film. We decided to include her picture anyway, because well, it’s Ellen Page. Nolan […]

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Kevin Smith makes a cop movie

source: variety.com Kevin Smith has been lined up to direct A Couple of Cops for Warner Bros, with Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan set to star. It will be Smith’s first major studio picture. The film has been written by Robb and Marc Cullen (Las Vegas), and centers on a pair of police officers who […]

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Angelina Jolie gets her spy on in Salt

source: slashfilm.com The first official photos of Angelina Jolie in the espionage flick Salt have been released by Columbia Pictures. The Phillip Noyce directed flick features Jolie as Evelyn Salt, a CIA officer outed as a Russian sleeper spy. She is forced to go on the run from those who believe she is attempting to […]

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Zooey-mania strikes! Watch the 500 Days of Summer trailer and choose its poster!

source: traileraddict.com Ahhhhhh, Zooey. The queen of indie crushes, Ms. Deschanel, continues to solidify her stranglehold on “quirky female love interests” with her upcoming picture 500 Days of Summer. Zooey stars as the titular Summer alongside Joseph Gordon Levitt in this Marc Webb directed ‘anti-romantic comedy. Levitt plays a heartbroken young man recalling his relationship […]

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Johnny get your gun – Depp and Bale face off in Public Enemies

source: traileraddict.comThe first official trailer for Michael Mann’s upcoming gangster flick Public Enemies has exploded onto the web. It stars Johnny Depp as the notorious criminal John Dillinger and Christian Bale as the FBI agent intent on hunting him down. It has been four years since Mann has helmed a feature film, and arguably five […]

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"Dude von dudenstein" – Crazy German ads for I Love You, Man

source: impawards.comUPDATE: Well kiss my grits. These ain’t German. These are legitimate U.S posters, and those are legitimate quotes from the film. I’ve embarrassed myself. Those Germans, they have a word for everything. Although foreign marketing material doesn’t usually get much play on our blog, we couldn’t pass up the German one-sheets for the upcoming […]

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Terminator Salvation trailer reaches new heights of badassery

source: traileraddict.com A brand new trailer for Terminator: Salvation has landed online, promising the kind of crazy action we’d always dreamed about after Judgment Day. Drinking game: Take a sip everytime cheeky DP Shane Hurlbut walks into frame. http://www.traileraddict.com/emd/9244 I really dig this new trailer, and am suddenly filled with more faith in McG‘s ambitious […]

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The 10 greatest comic book movies ever!

Last week, The Dark Knight crossed the billion dollar mark at the worldwide box office, making it the fourth highest grossing film of all time, and the biggest ever comic book adaptation. Of course, all that money is small consolation for its devastating snub at the Oscars, where the film was ignored in all major […]

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Geezer feature – RocknRolla DVD review

RocknRolla – Starring Gerard Butler, Thandie Newton and Tom Wilkinson. Directed by Guy Ritchie. Rated MA for strong violence and coarse language. 114 mins. So this is Guy Ritchie’s big comeback? Huh. This is the same director we were so excited about back in 1998? Are you sure? Ten years later this kind of cockney […]

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The times they are a-changin’ – Watchmen review

Watchmen – Starring Patrick Wilson, Malin Akerman, Jackie Earle Haley, Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Directed by Zack Snyder. Rated MA for strong violence and sex scene. 160 mins. They called it the ‘unfilmable’ graphic novel. It was written with the specific intention of showing the limitations of cinema, and the boundless […]

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The next big comic book movies!

The wait is almost over for Watchmen fans – our beloved comic book has finally made it to the big screen. Of course, there are many out there who have seen the trailer and been left saying “what was that?” Did some of you feel a bit left out of all the excitement? Did the […]

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