THIS IS DULL, LACKLUSTRE SPARTA!
A sequel that runs parallel to 300.
It isn’t very much fun.
Stapleton is nae Gerry B.
He graduated from Sam Worthington’s English school.
You’ll hardly remember him tomorrow.
We always see your tits,
But damn Eva, y u so fit?
Your combat earcuff be bangin’.
Calisto’s pa is rather young.
Jack O’Connell seems so out of place.
Oh hello David Wenham’s thighs.
Rodrigo Santoro is barely recognisable.
Make sure you play ‘Spot Michael Fassbender’.
Very stylish, but incredibly boring.
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Tagged 300, 300: rise of an empire, david wenham, eva green, film, gerard butler, jack o'connell, lena headey, michael fassbender, movies, noam murro, review, rodrigo santoro, sam worthington, sullivan stapleton, this is sparta
DIRECTOR: Tim Burton.
CAST: Johnny Depp, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bella Heathcote, Chloe Grace Moretz, Gulliver McGrath, Helena Bonham Carter, Jackie Earle Haley, Jonny Lee Miller.
SYNOPSIS: After breaking the heart of witch Angelique Bouchard (Green), rich and powerful Barnabus Collins (Depp) is doomed to spend his life as a vampire – and then buried alive. When he is accidentally freed two hundred years later in 1972, Barnabus faces a very different world and a very different family.
Based on the American television series that ran from 1966-71, Dark Shadows is yet another excuse for Tim Burton to dabble in the supernatural and unconventional. But even with an immaculate performance from Johnny Depp, this new film from the duo (with Bonham Carter in tow, obviously) will have you begging for a time when they were joining forces for original projects like Edward Scissorhands. Continue reading
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Tagged 2012, angelique bouchard, barnabus collins, bella heathcote, chloe grace moretz, dan curtis, dark shadows, eva green, film, frankenweenie, gk films, gulliver mcgrath, helena bonham carter, jackie earle haley, john august, johnny depp, jonny lee miller, may, michelle pfeiffer, movies, review, seth grahame-smith, tim burton, warner bros.
It’s been another pretty busy week for trailers and for the first time Nadine and I have disagreed on our favourites of the week. Next week – we’ll put it up a few days after Christmas – is the biggie, though, with The Dark Knight Rises (I lied when I said we’d do that this week!), The Hobbit AND Prometheus. Mental. So, as ever, take a look at what’s below and let us know if you disagree with our opinions! We have Men In Black 3, ParaNorman (NADINE’S TIED TRAILER OF THE WEEK), The Flowers Of War, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Perfect Sense, Rock Of Ages, Jack The Giant Killer (NADINE’S TIED TRAILER OF THE WEEK), Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance, Expendables 2, Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (EMMA’S TRAILER OF THE WEEK), Lock-Out, The Dictator and Casa De Mi Padre. Oh, and if you hadn’t already guessed, it’s Ewan McGregor week. Continue reading
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Tagged 2011, alec baldwin, animation, anna faris, arnold schwarzenegger, ben kingsley, bill nighy, bruce willis, casa de mi padre, catherine zeta-jones, channing tatum, christian bale, chuck norris, december, dolph lundgren, dwayne johnson, eddie marsan, emily blunt, emma thompson, eva green, ewan mcgregor, expendables 2, film, g.i. joe: retaliation, gael garcia bernal, ghost rider: spirit of vengeance, guy pearce, jack the giant killer, jason statham, jet li, joe gilgun, john c. reilly, josh brolin, julianne hough, kodi smit-mcphee, kristin scott thomas, lennie james, liam hemsworth, lock-out, luc besson, maggie grace, malin akerman, marvel knights, men in black 3, musical, nicholas hoult, nicolas cage, paranorman, paul giamatti, perfect sense, rock of ages, russell brand, sacha baron cohen, salmon fishing in the yemen, stanley tucci, sylvester stallone, the dictator, the flowers of war, the rock, tobey maguire, tom cruise, tommy lee jones, trailers, will ferrell, will smith