In this long overdue second instalment of our ‘Ranked’ series, team Graffiti with Punctuation has selected their Top 10 Tom Hanks performances.
That’s the question for this week’s GWP Roundtable: Which film deserves a sequel?
Co writer/director Todd Phillps’ finale changes the key ingredients of the Hangover recipe in a failed attempt to please punters and critics alike. After a death in the family that highlights that Alan (Zach Galifianakis)…
In the latest, and hopefully last installment of Todd Phillips’ ludicrously successful Hangover Trilogy, the ‘Wolf Pack’ – Alan (Zach Galifianakas), Phil (Bradley Cooper) and Stu (Ed Helms) – find themselves at the mercy of…
Thanks to Universal Pictures International Entertainment and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment we have 10 copies of This is 40 to giveaway (10 DVDs). Official Synopsis: Five years after writer/director Judd Apatow introduced us to Pete and Debbie in…
Thanks to Disney we have 5 copies of Peter Pan to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays). Official Synopsis: Think of the happiest things as Peter Pan soars to spectacular new heights for the first time on Blu-ray—now more sensational…
Waking up from a nap I opened my eyes and discovered… I felt better. Hurrah! No more headache, or shakes, and I smiled as I thought Cannes, you haven’t beaten me yet!
“Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats, the screening is about to begin. Please turn off your mobile telephones for the duration of the performance.” That recorded message plays first in French, then English, about…
Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of Save Your Legs! to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
From a 911 emergency call centre in America, operator Jordan Turner (Halle Berry) fields the pleas for help with ease while the distressed callers hauntingly echo throughout the facility. Stabbings, shootings, suicide attempts, drug overdoses,…
The Call is a thriller that works tremendously for the duration of the titular ‘call.’
“And too much of your butt? Impossible!” I said [to Matt Damon], because I’m shameless.
It should be retitled; ‘Sidonie, Marie Antoinette’s just not that into you.’
It’s mostly a mediocre walk through the breakdown of a marriage; dad can’t move on, the daughter avoids intimacy and the son does drugs.
Roman Holiday certainly deserves its place in the canon of great classic films, and is an absolute treat to experience.
As my friend’s alarm clock signalled the start of another Cannes day, I tentatively opened my eyes, scared to feel the presence of a hangover. There was none, and I was relieved that I had enough sense to stop after a few glasses of champagne last night, which was flowing freely at the Weinstein party.
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.