THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER THAT’S WHAT!
Monthly Archives For November 2012
Silver Linings Playbook, Moonrise Kingdom and Beasts of the Southern Wild lead a host of nominees at the 2013 Independent Spirit Awards.
Laurence Anyways is a grand story that breaks down the love between two people to its purest form as a matter of the heart beyond the physical that’s delicately handled by writer and director, Xavier Dolan.
This tense, unnerving film delivers scares, but also features some astounding use of the camera.
Dale and Blake bring you this shaken, but most certainly NOT stirred edition of THAT MOVIE SHOW; in which we both want to punch Julie Delpy.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower beautifully captures a formative time in adolescence that is more than just a “coming of age” flick but a celebration of life.
Before we left behind the cultural phenomenon that was the 80′s, 1989 delivered us two of the most righteous phone booth time travellers we’ve been graced with.. no Doctor Who crusty dude its not you, its (Alex Winter) Bill S Preston Esq. & (Keanu Reeves) “Ted” Theodore Logan.. and its a truly most excellent adventure!
Watered down is a phrase that comes to mind in the wake of Nickelodeon’s latest Halloween tween comedy Fun Size.
It’s adolescent life, without the gloss but the resonant joy of freeze-framed fist pumps.
… with 2 Days in New York ?feeling like eight days in Guantanamo bay – there’s only the latest entry into the Bond franchise to compel you to get to your local cinema.
Relying on bold, unconventional storytelling and brave performances – and thankfully we have Audiard’s headstrong ambition and the awards-worthy skill of Cotillard and Schoenaerts – Rust and Bone offers plenty of reward.
Praise must go to Rashida Jones for writing such an excellent role and delivering a strong performance. This impressive romantic dramedy offers up an obscure relationship that shouldn’t work, and yet because of the appealing characters, we buy it.
You leave Perks with the kind of feeling you expected to have leaving The Master: the undeniable pang of having experienced something important played out before you on a movie screen.
Breaking Dawn Part Two closes the ‘Twilight Saga’ with a postcard to the series and it’s a reminder that the journey has been a murmur rather than a saga, and the final step is no exception.
Pitch Perfect is guaranteed to amuse you.
Blake Howard and Dale Sinden are moderately excited to present for your listening pleasure the latest edition of THAT MOVIE SHOW, this week coming with a special bonus TWILIGHT flea collar…
Skyfall is exciting and a lot of fun – the grittier modern take on the franchise is infused with throwbacks – but it’s not completely satisfying.
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of Lola Versus to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 is an unredeemable waste of time and money. Like the vampire characters it’s utterly lifeless and yet by that monstrous twist of fate – it exists.
Kiarostami is an acute observer of human interaction and his characters all feel like regular people we may bump into on a day-to-day basis. The drama never feels forced but he provides fascinating insight into the way that information is withheld and openly disclosed, often with no knowledge of who the other person is.