I just fell in love.
Is it possible to marry a film?
Siri, please wipe my tears.
Theodore works for Star-Lord, apparently.
Please let me be his Mrs. Twombly.
I like future Los Angeles.
Scarlett’s sultry tones are magnetic.
Kudos to you moving aside, Samantha Morton.
That surrogate shit be cray.
Get excited about future games.
That little cartoon dude begs for abuse.
Everybody loves Mr. Adam Spiegel.
Here’s to Oscar-winning Spike Jonze.
And dedicatees Yauch, Savides, Sendak and Gandolfini.
Don’t go humping the fridge.
Posted in Home, Reviews
Tagged 2013, 2014, adam spiegel, adam yauch, amy adams, chris pratt, february, film, harris savides, her, james gandolfini, joaquin phoenix, march, maurice sendak, movies, olivia wilde, os, oscars, review, rooney mara, samantha, samantha morton, scarlett johansson, siri, spike jonze, theodore twombly
BAFTA, you really could have learned one or two things from these nominations. The fact that Best Supporting is rolled into Best Actor/Actress makes for some very interesting choices, very few of which are actually potential Oscar nominees – Branagh and Fassbender, Redgrave, Swinton and possibly Mulligan and Oldman if he’s exceptionally lucky after his pretty unexciting Awards season. But the one main difference is the three nominations for Joanna Hogg’s Archipelago, starring BAFTA Rising Star nominee, Tom Hiddleston. And hello to the overdue acting nods for Colman, Gleeson and Mullan. The addition of a ‘People’s Choice’ Award gives The Smurfs a chance to battle it out against Bridesmaids and Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes. Tell Papa Smurf not to crack the champagne out just yet. Check out the full list of nominees below:
Posted in Home, Oscar Chat & Awards Season
Tagged 2011, 2012, albatross, amy jump, andrew haigh, archipelago, attack the block, awards season, bafta, ben wheatley, black pond, brendan gleeson, bridesmaids, carey mulligan, coriolanus, dreams of a life, evening standard british film awards, fast five, film, fire in babylon, gary oldman, harry potter and the deathly hallows: part 2, jane eyre, january, jessica brown findlay, joanna hogg, john boyega, john michael mcdonagh, johnny english reborn, kenneth branagh, kill list, kung fu panda 2, life in a day, maria djurkovic, michael fassbender, michael o'connor, my week with marilyn, olivia colman, oscar race, oscars, paddy considine, paul davies, peter mullan, pirates of the caribbean: on stranger tides, project nim, rachel weisz, richard ayoade, rise of the planet of the apes, robbie ryan, samantha morton, sean bobbitt, senna, shame, submarine, the deep blue sea, the guard, the hangover part ii, the inbetweeners movie, the messenger, the smurfs, the twilight saga: breaking dawn - part 1, tilda swinton, tinker tailor soldier spy, tom hiddleston, tom kingsley, transfomers: dark of the moon, tyrannosaur, vanessa redgrave, we need to talk about kevin, weekend, will sharpe, wuthering heights
Check out Scott’s (visit his blog here) opinion on the newest trailer for John Carter: Continue reading
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Tagged 2012, andrew stanton, bryan cranston, ciaran hinds, daryl sabara, disney, dominic west, edgar rice burroughs, film, james purefoy, january, john carter, john carter of mars, lynn collins, mark strong, samantha morton, taylor kitsch, thomas haden church, trailers, willem dafoe