Oldboy is my favourite film of all time. It was a masterpiece when I first watched it at the ignorant age of 10 and it is still a masterpiece when I watch it again at my current hormone charged age of 16. I could gush over it in the form of a long winded blog post but I have a sub-par youtube video to do that for me (link is on my spill page). So hearing that Spike Lee is remaking my favourite film of all time was like music to my ears. That is if said music was sung by Justin Bieber with… Continue
Many fans of the site may have recently noticed in the most recent Let's Do This and list of Movie Reviews that Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is listed as a Better Than Sex. Most see it as a joke, I do too, but some really concerned with whether or not Korey and Co-Host are serious.
Coincidentally, on this week's ACOCO, Carlyle declared the zombie genre dead just before I popped in my copy of "Pontypool," IFC Films' unusual foray into the zombie subgenre. Before I popped it in, I was with Korey, who said, since all zombie films are character-focused, it's pretty much impossible to run out of stories to tell provided that the characters are unique and, perhaps, if new rules were set within the film-verse. But, did this film make me eat [his] words or provide the next… Continue
Added by jadekite22 on August 11, 2010 at 10:05am —
There are moments when I feel lucky in discovering a film I never heard from before and which ends up blowing my mind, this movie is gone with the pope. The movie is about a recently release from jail low level mafia enforcer who comes up with the plan to kidnap the pope and demand a ransom of $1 from every catholic for his release. Doesn’t this sound…
I just came home from watching District 9, the new film directed by Neill Blomkamp and produced by Peter Jackson. The film is about alien race that has crashed landed on earth and have been confined to a specific area in Johannesburg, South Africa for 20 years. The film is shot like a documentary for the first half of the film with it moving to a more traditional way of being shot. The director Neill Blomkamp has beautifully shot this film, He knew the exact shots that would convey the sense of… Continue
Added by DBoX on August 14, 2009 at 2:00pm —
I hope the Video works this time....
If there are any problems please tell me.
Since I live in Puerto Rico Im Sometimes Blocked From Seeing Stuff From Vimeo And Hulu.
I found this on Kotaku.com its by Musclebeaver.
The strangest video I have ever seen, but I like… Continue
DPS, more commonly known as Disney Princess Syndrome, is a problem which affects many, many Disney Princesses (as I'm sure you're no doubt aware having read the name). The symptoms are common, always present in the patient and, sadly, are very contagious. The Syndrome itself is most commonly found among the Disney brand but is present in most forms of media which cater to the female sex (no giggling!). The symptoms include a single parent, anorexia (or unhealthy bodies), virginity… Continue
“You’re all clear kid!” this is one of the most memorable quotes etched in the minds of movie goers everywhere as they traveled to that galaxy far far away. I am of course speaking of the assault on the death star at the end of a new hope. The mission being: destroy the death star, the odds of success? Impossible. But with the courage of the rebellion and the determination of a young pilot named Luke Skywalker, but what makes this an important moment in cinema? Till this day star wars fans…Continue
How many times have you seen these situations in films? If you're any kind of film fan than it's probably every second of third film that Hollywood pumps out. Most lessons are harmless enough Be yourself, Dreams do come true and such and such. However, not every lesson or piece of moral guidance really stands up to logic or even makes all that much sense. As such I've decided to post 5 of the most common Terrible Lessons Hollywood Teaches…Continue
Bollocks. That's what this movie is, and what it always will be. No plot. No talent. No future.
This pile of shit is a fictionalised account of the creation of The Sex Pistols, told from the view point of their manager, Malcolm McLaren. It was originally supposed to be a satire of the music industry at the time and how could a group like The Sex Pistols get a record deal. That at least would have been… Continue
Added by Nowhere Man on May 22, 2008 at 5:30am —
Ah, now this is more like it. Julian Temple, the director of the first Sex Pistols movie decided to do the band the justice it deserves and makes a documentary about the truth. The whole truth. And nothing but the truth,
Mixing old and new footage of the band, Temple's documentary charts the rise, decline and fall of the Sex Pistols from their humble beginnings in Shepherd's Bush to their disintegration at the… Continue
Added by Nowhere Man on March 23, 2008 at 8:52pm —
Alright guys I definitely did not plan to post 2 blogs in the same day (Is that legal?) but look at the comments on my page and the ones on Cyrus's page I just talked to Cyrus for a while and he seems like a pretty awesome guy but through our conversation I pitched a movie idea called "Back To Production" to Cyrus and guess what Cyrus liked the idea so much he gave it .......