I always seem to hear about filming taking place in London afterwards and I always kick myself because I love to go down and watch. Thankfully, this wasn’t the case with the new currently-untitled Paul Thomas Anderson project as I saw on Twitter on Tuesday that they were filming and they were still there today. Here’s what I saw:
It’s the start of the month which means it must be movie preview time! I’ve got you covered from superhero movies, Disney live-action reboots to some awesome independent release. Check out my picks!
You know what time it is! It’s the start of February which means it’s time to look forward to the cinema releases this month brings! There are quite a few awards season favourites finally coming our way as well as some high-profile sequels, such as Fifty Shades Darker, which I have deliberately missed off (I’m not that bothered about seeing it).
Tonight is the first really big awards show of the season – the Golden Globes! Ahead of the show, I have gone through all the nominees and highlighted who I want to win vs. who I think will win.
Welcome to a new year, and more importantly, a new month for films! Unfortunately for us in the UK, this is the time when all the Oscar-bait movies the US had aaages ago are finally released, but at least we can finally see what the hype is all about – and you are in for some treats!
We are rapidly approaching 2017 so it seems like the right moment to look ahead at what movies we can be excited about this coming year.
Today the first full trailer for Dunkirk was released and it looks EPIC. Director Christopher Nolan is a genius in my eyes but I wasn’t completely sold on this movie, simply because I’m not a massive fan of war films, but the trailer has changed that.
This week, there has been an insane influx of movie trailers from Spider-Man: Homecoming, Fifty Shades Darker to Baywatch. There has been so much new footage to feast your eyes on you could be forgiven for missing some. So here’s a handy guide of the trailers you may have missed this week.
It’s November which means the awards season films are slowly creeping in – but never fear, there’s plenty of blockbuster fare to enjoy too. So here’s my top picks:
I saw a bucketload of films at this year’s London Film Festival. Seeing films in this fashion is very tiring but it also helps you sort out the good from the bad, the outstanding to the mediocre very easily so here are the top ten films that stood out at LFF this year (click on the titles to read the full review):