I recently had the chance to sit down with an imaginary man called John Carter and discuss his thoughts on the new movie, from Finding Nemo director Andrew Stanton, John Carter. Nick Hilton: Hi John, thanks for letting me speak to you. John Carter: Pleasure, [...]
Browsing all posts from March, 2012.
The Clapper Bored is delighted to announce that RJ Bruni has won our inaugural Rising Star competition. RJ managed to score a whopping 236 votes which constituted 38% of the overall total, a pretty amazing achievement. Congratulations must also be extended to all the nominees [...]
Mainstream comedy has been on a pretty lengthy losing streak. Wanderlust, Project X and The Muppets have all failed to bring the big laughs that their producers obviously thought would be filling the multiplexes. So, it’s both wonderful refreshing and totally reassuring that a comedy [...]
I’m enough of an Alan Alda enthusiast that I’ll go see any movie that he’s in (except Tower Heist, sorry Brett Ratner). So I went along to Wanderlust knowing that it was probably going to be rubbish but expecting Alan Alda to be the best [...]
The Raven is a strange concept for a film. It takes place in a fictional version of Edgar Allan Poe’s life where a gruesome series of copycat murders are taking place, based on the gothic horrors of his stories. In itself there is nothing wrong [...]
Rachel McAdams is one of my favourite actresses. Honestly, I could watch her read the phonebook. This makes it all the more inexcusable, then, that I found The Vow to be such a totally soulless piece of filmmaking. I rarely end up seeing these Nicholas [...]