It’s amazing how the weather can affect your mood. Walking out into the sun this morning, seeing the rain cleaned streets sparkle in the sun, I almost wanted to kick up my heels, pull out some jazz hands and possibly break into song. If only I could sing.
Here we are at Fast and Furious 6. You know there’s going to be an off-plot street racing scene. You know there’s going to be more scantily clad women dancing on cars than a Lil Wayne video. And you know that no matter what odds are against him, Vin Diesel is going to come walking out of the flames cut and dirty, but otherwise unharmed at the end of it all.
After yet another pain au chocolat for breakfast, I walked through some relentless rain, cursing my giant umbrella. Here in Cannes, the smartest guys are the umbrella sellers posted on every corner.
I kind of like the person I am in France. Here, I am direct. I am ‘un journaliste pour l’emission sur le cinema’. I am confident. That’s mainly due to the fact that my limited French (enough to get by and nod blankly through conversations) forces me to speak in demands.
In this episode of Pod Save Our Screen, Maria and Blake break down one of the great T.V shows – BBC’s Luther, and get moist over Idris Elba.
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler to giveaway (5 DVDs).
Waking with a start, my tired eyes struggled to focus. Wait, where am I? I asked myself, and… am I late for something?
Think you know superheroes? Think again as Sunrise (creators of the mech sensation Gundam) tackle the next step of superheroes; commercialization, exploitation and profiteering.
In this episode of Pod Save Our Screen, Maria and Blake review Star Trek Into Darkness and it’s mostly an actual proper review an that….
Thanks to Transmission Films we have 3 copies of I, Anna to giveaway (3 DVDs).
Welcome to the GWP Roundtable. Each week the GWP team will be thrown a question and their magnificent film brains will be milked for opinions. With the announcement of the lineup of the Sydney Film Festival (SFF), this week’s question is: What are your must see films for the SFF 2013?
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson gives quite an affecting performance in the forgettable, often-preposterous Snitch.
Drift is a solid, if safe, surfing drama.
Given all the traveling I do, you’d think I’d be good at it. This month, by the time I get back to LA after Cannes, I will have sat in a plane seat for about…
Oh boy… Angels of Evil is the most unintentional smash-hit comedy of the year.
Nichijou My Ordinary Life is one of the funniest and boggling anime I have ever seen.
Evil Dead is hardcore horror and an impressive technical feat.
It’s certainly violent, no question, but that’s about all it has going in favour.
Star Trek Into Darkness is a cosmic fireball of epic proportions. It’s fun to watch but it’s mostly just empty space dust.
In this episode of Pod Save Our Screen, Maria and Blake chat to director of Star Trek Into Darkness ( Star Trek, Mission Impossible 3, Super 8 and the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII) JJ Abram about his affinity for sci-fi and how the crew of the enterprise hadn’t reached their mythical peak status.