Thanks to Joel and Ethan,
I just went inside actual Llewyn Davis.
His name needs another syllable.
Oscar has an impressive voice.
He is nicer to Mulligan this time.
She actually made me laugh.
Llewyn is really quite sad.
Jake Johnson must be his older brother.
He hitchhikes far too much.
Adam Driver rocks my world.
Garrett and Goodman are an unnecessary distraction.
Timberlake has a good beard.
LOVE the record cover poses.
Please Mr. Kennedy is my new jam.
I must have that cat.
Posted in Home, Reviews
Tagged 2013, 2014, adam driver, carey mulligan, coen brothers, ethan coen, film, garrett hedlund, inside llewyn davis, jake johnson, january, joel coen, john goodman, justin timberlake, movies, oscar isaac, please mr. kennedy, review
It’s not a particularly strong week for trailers, with no huge releases touched upon. However, there’s a nice variation of genres and still a fair bit of intrigue. So, this week Nadine (check out her blog here) and I look at new trailers for Rampart (TRAILER OF THE WEEK), Beauty And The Beast 3D, W.E., The Woman In Black, The Vow and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Continue reading
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Tagged 2011, 2012, 3D, abbie cornish, andrea riseborough, angela lansbury, anne heche, beauty and the beast, ben foster, brad peyton, bradley pierce, channing tatum, ciaran hinds, cynthia nixon, daniel radcliffe, david ogden stiers, disney, dwayne johnson, film, gary trousdale, hammer, james d'arcy, james ellroy, james watkins, jane goldman, janet mcteer, jerry orbach, jesse corti, jessica lange, josh hutcherson, journey 2: the mysterious island, kirk wise, kristin davis, laurence fox, luis guzman, madonna, michael caine, michael sucsy, movies, natalie dormer, november, oren moverman, oscar isaac, paige o'hara, rachel mcadams, rampart, rex everhart, richard white, robby benson, roger allam, sam neill, scott speedman, sigourney weaver, steve buscemi, susan hill, taylor swift, the rock, the vow, the woman in black, thirty seconds to mars, trailers, vanessa hudgens, w.e., woody harrelson
I am really honoured to be able to say that I had the pleasure of listening to Nicolas Winding Refn talk about his latest film, Drive, before watching a preview of his incredible film on Saturday evening at Empire Big Screen at the O2 in London. I am even more honoured to say that I was asked by the amazing HeyUGuys to review it for them. To check out my 5* review for Ryan Gosling’s new film, please click here.
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Tagged 2011, albert brooks, bryan cranston, cannes, carey mulligan, christina hendricks, drive, heyuguys, nicolas winding refn, oscar isaac, review, ron perlman, ryan gosling