Courtesy of Paramount Pictures, Film Blerg is giving away 5 double passes and posters to see G.I. JOE RETALIATION (3D) starring Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum and Dwayne Johnson, out in cinemas from Thursday 28 March. Film Synopsis: In G.I. JOE: RETALIATION 3D, the G.I. Joes are not only fighting their mortal enemy Cobra; they are forced to contend with threats from within the government […]Read more ›
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Courtesy of Universal Films, Film Blerg is giving away 5 double passes to see the musical epic LES MISERABLES, out in cinemas from Wed 26 December. Film Synopsis: Les Misérables is the motion-picture adaptation of the beloved global stage sensation seen by more than 60 million people in 42 countries and in 21 languages around the globe and still breaking box-office records everywhere in its 27th year. […]Read more ›
Hot on the heels of the successful miniseries adaptation of the very popular 2008 Christos Tsiolkas novel The Slap, Dead Europe is Tony Krawitz‘s feature film debut, and a stirring adaptation of one of Tsiolkas’ most divisive literary efforts. The attraction of The Slap will be sure to get some fans through cinema doors, though I’m not altogether sure they’ll be pleased with what they […]Read more ›
Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt) is the go to man when you need things sorted out. He is called upon when an illegal mob poker game is robbed by two amateurs (Scoot McNairy and Ben Mendelsohn), pissing a lot of people off. In print the plot certainly doesn’t do the film itself justice.Read more ›
It is fairly stock standard for long monologues to be chewed up by the actors on The Newsroom. Aaron Sorkin (who consistently credits himself as the writer, with a small team of staff writers) has some thoughts about the state of the modern world, and it is through his characters that we glean a sense of these thoughts.Read more ›
In an effort to make reference to All the President’s Men, episode seven (5/1) of The Newsroom took on the breaking of a news story like nobody’s business. And they did so with gusto at the biggest story of 2011: the killing of Osama Bin Laden. For all of the nobility and patriotism that was flagged as it happened, something […]Read more ›
Having seen the trailer before viewing the feature, it really came as no surprise that Hick seems slightly unsure of what genre it really is. Elements of coming-of-age, melodrama, thriller, and the on-the-run-crime genre all exist, but none really have an overriding sense, throwing the viewer into a perpetual state of unknowingness and confusion.Read more ›