Posts Tagged ‘samuel l jackson’
The producers released an SDCC trailer for Kong: Skull Island, starring Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and John C. Reilly at their panel yesterday, the 23rd July.
SPOILERS TO FOLLOW I feel like Tarantino enjoyed The Hateful Eight more than I did. Now that’s not to say that this isn’t a good film, or a worthy addition to the filmography of one of modern cinema’s more challenging directors, because it is both those things. What I aim instead to say is there are several […]
Cancer. For such a little word it’s one that instills a lot of people with the utmost fear and dread. Quite rightfully too because as a disease it kills thousands of people every single year. In the mainstream media, the awareness of Cancer has been raised a lot in recent years, specifically with things like […]
Go and see this film right now. Do not continue reading, do not check cinema times, just go. If you are still reading by this point then you’re doing it wrong because I honestly cannot convey to you enough just how much you need to see the Captain’s second solo outing. Still here? Well I […]
The Maximoff twins have now been confirmed for Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron! Despite his long and fairly public talk of possible involvement in the film, initial concerns that scheduling conflicts may prevent his involvement stopped Aaron Taylor Johnson from all out confirming. It has now been firmly said that the star of films such as Kick […]
I’m not sure where to start with this film, it’s the epitome of the word madcap. It delves into the worlds love of fast food and zombies with an unashamedly unpolitically correct style as to make it a must watch. Part musical, comedy, want to be horror and even a dash of soft-core porn this film tries and succeeds to be an eclectic mash up of all these genres.
Perhaps it’s wrong to say Django is a Tarantino hit, since he hardly has misses, but Django Unchained has become by far my most favourite of his films. I know people who claim Inglorious Basterds is his best work ever, but not in my eyes and definitely not in my opinion. Django Unchained has quite […]