Words by Jeff Galasso. The 21st century has yet to see an Oliver Stone film join his list of classics, which includes Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July and JFK. The much derided Alexander, the toothless W. and the Wall Street sequel no one asked for have done the famed director’s legacy no favours. [...]
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Words by Jeff Galasso. French actor/writer/director Maïwenn’s third feature film Polisse won the Cannes Film Fesitval’s Jury Prize in 2011 and will finally see its UK release in June. Based on actual stories from first-hand accounts collected by Maïwenn from Paris’ Child Protection Unit, the film presents a melodramatic view of [...]
Words by Jeff Galasso. After their success with The Muppets Nicolas Stoller and Jason Segel return to their old profane tricks in illustrating the struggles faced by two love-struck San Franciscans in The Five-Year Engagement. This latest Stoller/Segel collaboration sees the latter teamed up with Emily Blunt as [...]
Words by Jeff Galasso Casa de mi Padre is one of the most delightfully zany comedies to come along in quite some time. Starring Will Ferrell and penned by former “Saturday Night Live” scribe Andrew Steele, this spoof western-actioner is recited predominately in Spanish whilst relying on an endless [...]
Words by Jeff Galasso Fifty years after the original Hanna Barbera cartoon series first aired Top Cat returns, this time via Mexico, as a feature-length film in 3D. TC and the whole alley cat gang have been brought into the modern world where mobiles, computers and digital environments rule the [...]
Words by Jeff Galasso. “Motherfu”-KABOOM!!!!! BOOOOOOMMM!!!! If the above sounds like a good time, then Battleship just be the film you’re looking for. The latest mind-boggling toy cash in from Hasbro takes the concept of the classic board game, straps it to a muthaf’n missile and shoots [...]