Month: July 2013

The Heat

So the new comedy from Bridesmaids director Paul Feig stars its co-star Melissa McCarthy and average comedy veteran Sandra Bullock as a rogue cop and an up tight FBI agent who team up take down drug dealers in Boston. The concept is not a new one, a tried and tested formulae that’s been used ever…

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Episode 23 Inglorious Bastnerds : The Wolverine

Hello it’s another fine review episode brought to you by the Bastnerds. This episode myself (@cinematronix) Allan (@mysocalledbrian) and Scott previously (@Celluloidical)  of look at The Wolverine. We talk talk a little bit about how great but tough going Blackfish is and why Francis Ha failed to wow me as much as most reviews would suggest.…

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The Wolverine

    No one has played a superhero more time than Hugh Jackman and after the disappointing X-Men Organs, fans have still yet to see a Wolverine film they really want. Sadly we’re never going to get an over violent blood filled film starring the one they call Logan but is The Wolverine the best…

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The Worlds End

  So now the final instalment of the cornetto trilogy is upon us. I say trilogy, they’re a three completely different films directed by Edgar Wright and starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and ice cream. Ever since Shaun of the Dead became the internally beloved classic that it is, Hot Fuzz has trailed behind it…

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Pacific Rim

  So here is another summer blockbuster featuring giant robots fighting as buildings collapse around them. No…. wait… come back…… it’s not a Michael Bay Transformers sequel and its an original idea that isn’t based on a comic book or a re-make/sequel. Directed by Guillermo del Toro, Pacific Rim basic premise is giant robots vs…

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The Bling Ring

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4c6hmrwba0 Inspired by true events the new film by Sofia Coppola is a look at celebrity culture. When a group of teenagers obsessed with fame starts desiring Gucci handbags and expensive jewry, partially of one Paris Hilton, one of them gets the idea of googling  the stars home address and walking in when she’s out…

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Now You See Me

Now you see me is the new film by Louis Leterrier to make a crime caper that involves magicians. Sounds like fun. Throw in a cast that has Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo, Isla Fisher, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine and you have my attention. So a fun premise with a sold cast, it…

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