Saturday, August 25th, 2012
is tom hardy the next movie star. while his turn as bane in ‘the dark knight rises’ was better in the trailer than in the actual film. he did have his moments. but unfortunately the filmmakers sold the character out in the last 30 minutes in the film.
while the film ‘lawless’ will be a wash for hardy, it’s clear that
mad max’ will attract a lot of attention. perhaps ‘this means war’ was an indication of what hardy has to offer. a lot of promise but perhaps not the chops to sustain an entire film.
tom hardy as bane in the dark knight rises
Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
lars von trier’s latest film Melancholia premiered yesterday in germany at the babylon theatre in berlin. the new film which features kirstin dunst, charlotte gainsbourg (looking more and more like her father) and kiefer sutherland is an end-of-the world science fiction drama that tracks the planet melancholia which is on a crash course to earth. the film also features alexander skarsgård (true blood) and his father stellan skarsgård who plays alexander’s father in the film. oh so self-referential.
lars von trier who we all know is afraid to fly, appears at a Q&A in berlin. which probably means he’s not afraid to drive or use trains.
danish director lars von trier
Saturday, May 21st, 2011
if you compare the video on the daily telegraph’s website to the one on the guardian newspaper’s website, you will see that it’s really easy to make anyone look like an asshole. the guardian newspaper‘s video is a bit more nuanced in that it shows the entire context of lars von trier’s faux pas that has made him persona non grata while the telegraph starts in medias res.
Thursday, October 28th, 2010
this film just looks like a 3-d transfer. and the film is far too dark to take full advantage of this technology. the gladiator fight scene was almost effective. and the art direction is quite good. but me thinks the 3-d bit is just to try grab the gold from the higher ticket prices.
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
yes, this has been available for ages. but we at a blog about whatever are getting psyched about the 20 minute 3-d screening in rome scheduled for next week.
here’s a blast from the past:
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
disney is holding a special 20 minute 3-D screening of tron next week at the 2010 rome film festival.
Tron Legacy Starring Jeff Bridges
Thursday, August 5th, 2010
someone just forwarded us a spam press release asking everyone not to post this until midnight. but midnight where? midnight aussie time? midnight tokyo time? or midnight cet time? midnight gmt? midnight los angeles time? the film, called never let me go, is based on a novel by kazuo ishiguro ,whose written a bunch of weepy novels. not sure if this one is too.
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010
first roman polanski gets a ‘get out jail’ card from switzerland, then loads of people get married. this is turning into a stunner of a week. guess the great recession is going on since so many people are getting married. first there was javier bardem and penelope cruz, then phillip lahm, and now bristol palin. has thomas mueller has started a trend with the barely past teens set?
Thursday, July 1st, 2010
admirable. i mean, everyone can’t be a yalie, can they? and why do we need those ivy league people?