Snow White & Huntsman “Mini-Review”

Rupert Sanders
Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron
Chris Hemsworth, Sam Claflin
Nick Frost, Ray Winstone
Eddie Marsan, Ian McShane

“Mirror Mirror On The Wall”
Rupert Sanders debut movie follows
Charlize Theron’s Evil Queen Ravenna and
her plans to conquer the entire continent.

“Fairest of Them All”
Ravenna learns from the Mirror that only the
Heart of Snow White (Stewart) will keep her from
growing old and give her ever lasting life, so she
sends a Huntsman (Hemsworth) to do her bidding
and bring Snow White before her.

Viggo Mortensen (Lord of the Rings) was
originally in talks to star as the Huntsman
but negotiations fell through

A tale based on the
Brothers Grimm’s “Snow White”

This is not your ordinary Fairy Tale, it’s woven
with dark material, haunting locations and the
Evilest Queen in all the land.

From Theron’s Dark Evil Queen, the beauty of
Stewart’s Snow White, the Brawn of Hemsworth’s
Huntsman & the lighter moments of the Seven
Dwarfs this movie was everything & more I hoped
it would be – pure cinematic endulgence!

Les Miserables “Trailer”

Les Miserables – Tom Hooper
Cast: Hugh Jackman
Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway
Amanda Seyfried, Sacha Baron Cohen
Release Date: December 14 (US)
December 26 (AUS) January 11 (UK)

Movie Summary
The latest movie adaption of Victor Hugo’s
famous novel – this time directed by Oscar
Winner Tom Hooper (A King’s Speech)

Moonrise Kingdom “Mini-Review”

Wes Anderson
Bruce Willis, Bill Murray
Edward Norton, Frances McDormand
Kara Hayward, Jared Gilman,
Jason Schwartzman, Harvey Keitel

MOONRISE KINGDOM tells the story
of two young troubled kids who have fallen
in love and decide to run away together, but
that’s only the spine of the story – this is
Wes Anderson we are talking about, the
guy responsible for the brilliant Rushmore,
The Darjeeling Limited 
and The Royal
 so you’ve been warned!

There is something exciting about a new
Wes Anderson movie – the stories he weaves
into a movie picture are fascinating, his fun,
colorful characters mostly weird are so
engaging to the viewer and his terrific camera
work, sometimes almost Kubrick in style
enhances the Anderson Experience.

With the distinct direction of Anderson
Moonrise Kingdom was an enthralling
watch, one of my favorite movies of 2012.

 Written by Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola
this movie has many great attributes – no more
than the two young actors making their screen
debuts – Gilman (Sam) and Hayward (Suzy)
who were both delightful – their first kiss and
their dance on the beach was pure magic.

There won’t be many movies that are better
than Moonrise Kingdom this year so take
yourself to the cinema and enjoy!

Men In Black III “Mini-Review”

Barry Sonnenfeld
Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones
Josh Brolin, Emma Thompson,
Alice Eve, Jemaine Clement

MEN IN BLACK III is the 3rd & possibly the
final movie (yea right) in this sci-fi franchise
featuring Agents J (Smith) and K (Jones).

J (Smith) has to time travel to the year
1969 and stop intergalactic criminal
Boris the Animal from changing his fate
and in the process re-writing history.

Barry Sonnenfeld’s Men In Black II
was released 10 years ago in 2002.

Along with the 3 Men In Black movies
Sonnenfeld has also directed Smith in
Wild Wild West back in 1999.

I had lots of fun with this movie, the
injection of new characters, the time
travel aspect of the film and watching
the movie on IMAX 3D all contributed
to a fun cinematic experience.

Men in Black III has some fantastic
movie moments – the Chrysler Building
scene was knee trembling, the introduction
of W‘s Josh Brolin was fine casting and
the smaller roles of Bill Hader as Warhol
and The Pussycat Dolls Nicole Scherzinger
turn as Boris The Animal’s sexy cake
bearing Lily Poison was lots of fun.

Men in Black III deserves to be seen on the
big screen – Will Smith’s first film in over
three years is a triumphant return!

The Apparition “Trailer”

The Apparition – Todd Lincoln
Cast: Ashley Greene
Sebastian Stan, Tom Felton
Luke Pasqualino, Julianna Guill
Release Date: August 24 (US)
October 25 (AUS) N/A (UK)

Movie Summary
Kelly (Ashley Greene) & Ben (Sebastian Stan)
are being haunted by a presence that was
released during a University Experiment
and now the Apparition is feeding on their
fear & is tormenting them day & night,
Patrick (Felton) an expert on the Supernatural
could be their only hope in tackling
The Apparition

The Great Gatsby “Trailer”

The Great Gatsby – Baz Luhrmann
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio
Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire
Amitabh Bachchan, Isla Fisher
Release Date: December 26 (US)
January 10 (AUS) December 26 (UK)

Movie Summary
The Great Gatsby
based on the acclaimed
novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Following the
mysterious Jay Gatsby & Daisy Buchanan
in the “roaring” 20’s.

Reuniting DiCaprio with his Romeo & Juliet
director Luhrmann for the first time since 1996.

The Great Gatsby was also given a movie
adaption in 1974 – it starred Robert Redford
and Mia Farrow in the lead roles.

Skyfall “Trailer”

Skyfall – Sam Mendes
Cast: Daniel Craig
Ralph Fiennes, Javier Bardem
Judi Dench, Helen McCrory
Release Date: November 9 (US)
November 22 (AUS) October 26 (UK)

Movie Summary
must eliminate the threat to M16 whilst
tackling loyalty issues with M as secrets
from her past come back to haunt her!

Killing Them Softly “Teaser-Poster”

Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta &
Richard Jenkins star in Andrew Dominik’s
Mob Heist thriller KILLING THEM SOFTLY

So looking forward to this movie, great to see
Pitt & Dominik (Assassination of Jesse James)
reuniting – Dominik has assembled a mouth
watering cast & now we get a glimpse of a
wicked looking teaser poster!

Release Date: September 21st US & UK

Alex Cross “Pictures”


Remember this guy – Matthew Fox in LOST
Well below are pictures of him in his latest
role as Picasso, a cage fighter & assassin

Matthew Fox has transformed his
physique to play the part – wow!

The Movie is an adaption of the series
of novels by James Patterson following
detective Alex Cross (Tyler Perry) and is
helmed by Rob Cohen (Fast & the Furious)

Released in the U.S on October 26th