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What I’m Watching – January 2013

This list only includes films I watched for the first time this month. My most recent viewing is the top entry. Embargoed films get their respective star ratings when allowed!!

Hidden (Caché) (Dir: Michael Haneke, 2005) ****

Funny Games (Dir: Michael Haneke, 1997) *****

Love Is All You Need (Den Skaldede Frisør)

Welcome To The Punch

Broken City

Wreck-It Ralph (Dir: Rich Moore, 2012) ****

Bernie

Zero Dark Thirty (Dir: Kathryn Bigelow, 2012) ****

Maniac

Song For Marion (Dir: Paul Andrew Williams, 2012) ***

I Give It A Year (Dir: Dan Mazer, 2013) **

Django Unchained (Dir: Quentin Tarantino, 2012) ****

The Sessions (Dir: Ben Lewin, 2012) ****

Flight (Dir: Robert Zemeckis, 2012) ****

Hitchcock (Dir: Sacha Gervasi, 2012) ***

Lincoln (Dir: Steven Spielberg, 2012) *****

Tiny Furniture (Dir: Lena Dunham, 2010) ****

Jack Reacher (Dir: Christopher McQuarrie, 2012) ****

Quartet (Dir: Dustin Hoffman, 2012) ***

The Impossible (Dir: J.A. Bayona, 2012) ****

Rise Of The Guardians (Dir: Peter Ramsey, 2012) ***

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What I’m Watching – April 2012

This list only includes films I watched for the first time this month. My most recent viewing is the top entry:

The Avengers (Dir: Joss Whedon, 2012) *****

Iron Man 2 (Dir: Jon Favreau, 2010) ***

Despicable Me (Dir: Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud, 2010) ***

Battleship (Dir: Peter Berg, 2012) **

The Cabin In The Woods (Dir: Drew Goddard, 2011) ***

Pret-A-Porter (Dir: Robert Altman, 1994) **

Born On The Fourth Of July (Dir: Oliver Stone, 1989) ****

Jumper (Dir: Doug Liman, 2008) **

Trailer Talk: My Big Fat Marvelgasm, Claymation Ghosts, The Hoff And Disney’s Attempt At Dubstep

I love this week’s selection of trailers, which you may find surprising seeing how I’ve actually been a little harsh towards some – very unlike me, I know. But there’s such a brilliant mix to choose from, including some great animation, thrillers, comedy and some not so great ones. But hey, that’s all part of the fun. This week Nadine and I look at (deep breath please) The Stath, the supernatural, that pesky John Carter again, more Marvel characters than you can shake a stick at, David Hasselhoff, Snoop Stiller, Adam Sandler’s weird career, a resurrected canine, little yellow minions, morticians, American Football, claymation ghosts, John McClane and Superman, coming of age indie quirkiness and Norwegian murders. Let’s talk trailers: Continue reading

Last Week’s War Horse Press Conference

On Monday the 9th, HeyUGuys sent me to Claridge’s in London where I live-blogged the entirety of the War Horse Press Conference with Spielberg, Kennedy, Hiddleston, Irvine, Watson, Morpurgo and Curtis. It was an incredible morning and a lot of information was given in regards to the process and love Spielberg has for this project.

Click here to read the whole thing back!

What I’m Watching – January 2012

This list only includes films I watched for the first time this month. My most recent viewing is the top entry:

Take Shelter (Dir: Jeff Nichols, 2011) *****

The Guard (Dir: John Michael McDonagh, 2011) ****

Cedar Rapids (Dir: Miguel Arteta, 2011) ***

Super (Dir: James Gunn, 2010) ****

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Dir: David Fincher, 2011) ****

Shame (Dir: Steve McQueen, 2011) *****

The Artist (Dir: Michel Hazanavicius, 2011) *****

Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows (Dir: Guy Ritchie, 2011) ****

Tabloid (Dir: Errol Morris, 2011) ***

War Horse (Dir: Steven Spielberg, 2011) ***

Attack The Block (Dir: Joe Cornish, 2011) ****

The Great Trailer Debate – Week 6

What a week! With the insane amount of Awards and nominations over the last two days it’s taken me a little longer than usual to post this. But this is definitely a nice break for me and one that doesn’t include having to write out Michel Hazanavicius’ name over and over and over…… The sad thing is that I can write his name without thinking now. Anyway, back to the trailers. This week Nadine and I (check out her blog here) bring you The Five-Year Engagement, The Lorax, The Darkest Hour, The Cabin In The Woods, Lockout, This Means War, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted, Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close (TRAILER OF THE WEEK), The Three Stooges, The Iron Lady, The Lucky One, What To Expect When You’re Expecting and Battleship. Wowzer. Next week brings us something that makes me want to (and I probably will) cry – The Dark Knight Rises. Continue reading