Studio Ghibli Isao Takahata Interview

Acclaimed director Isao Takahata’s first film in fourteen years is the Academy Award nominated The Tale of The Princess Kaguya. In 1985, Takahata was one of the founding fathers of animation hothouse Studio Ghibli along with fellow director Hayao Miyazaki and producer Toshio Suzuki Miyazaki, 74, announced his retirement in 2013 and Takahata, who will [...]

Quvenzhane Wallis Stars In Annie Remake

Quvenzhane Wallis the young Oscar nominated star of Beasts Of the Southern Wild  is set to star as Annie in the forthcoming remake of the 1982 musical classic. The film is set for release in 2014 and is based on the original stage production about a young orphan girl trying to find her family. Will [...]

Jennifer Lawrence Joins New David O.Russell Film

Oscar nominated starlet Jennifer Lawrence looks set to re-team with her Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell and handsome co-star Bradley Cooper for a new film. Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner are also attached to star. The project which previously went by the title American Bullshit tells the true story of the [...]

Zero Dark Thirty Review

The Plot: Inspired by actual events a determined CIA agent leads the global hunt for terrorist mastermind Osama Bin laden. She must confront indecisive superiors, well trained terrorists and the harsh realities of brutal interrogations in her quest for justice. Her mission ultimately climaxes in one of the most infamous military assaults in human history. [...]

Flight Review

The Plot: When a passenger plane suffers catastrophic problems at 30,000 feet, its pilot somehow manages to make a miraculous lifesaving landing. However as the authorities and media investigate his heroic actions he struggles to conceal a troubling secret that could destroy everything. The Good: Flight is certainly not the first film to depict a [...]

RAZZIE Awards Nominations 2013

On the same day that BAFTA announces it’s nominations list for the best films and performances of the past year in cinemas, the Golden Rasberry Awards nominations list have also been released, naming and shaming some of the worst on screen efforts. Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2, Battleship and That’s My Boy are among those films embarrassingly leading the [...]

Green Mile star Michael Clarke Duncan dies at 54

Michael Clarke Duncan the towering Oscar nominated star of The Green Mile has died at the age of 54, having failed to recover from a heart attack he suffered in July. Although best known for his unforgettable performance alongside Tom Hanks as a death row inmate in the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s supernatural [...]