The Brit and self-confessed “old hippie” took some time out to share his choice of a Five Star Film – from Down Under no less – and one that he has become completely “obsessed” by.
In town to promote his latest offering – Bad Grandpa – Johnny Knoxville lived up to his reputation and bent the rules when it came to picking a Five Star Film.
Down Under for Melbourne Cup Day celebrations, star of Downton Abbey Alan Leech shed some light on the the film that has influenced him the most as a performer and why it’s his five star film.
When electronic music titan Moby was in Australia promoting his latest album Innocents, we held a figuative gun to his head to make that devastatingly tough decision; what was his FIVE STAR FILM?
HE’S the legendary concept artist behind Alien, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Conan, Total Recall, The Abyss (to name but a few) and come Monday Ron Cobb will be chatting with Graffiti With Punctuation’s Maria Lewis and Blake Howard live.
“A secret fact about Idris Elba is we did a remix for him about six years ago. He’s got a half decent voice and he’s a good DJ. It was one of his tracks, we just did a remix of it. He was liking some of the house stuff we were doing and he got in touch with our people.”
IT has the best ensemble cast of any superhero movie ever and features one of the most epic comic book story arcs in the Marvel-verse. Yet if the word of Wolverine co-creator Len Wein is anything to go by (hint: it is), X-Men: Days Of Future Past is set to get a whole lot more awesome.
“There’s no question that this is an important piece in the future of filmmaking,” says The Canyons producer Braxton Pope. This is probably the first time a filmmaker has ever said that about a film that includes a four way sex scene where lasers play over the bodies of the parties involved.
When the closing credits on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Oh My God How Many Is This Now finally ran last November, we all breathed a deep sigh of relief. Alas , it wasn’t…
Gerard Lee sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to talk about a refreshingly recent Five Star Film and his five reasons for choosing it.
Pain and Gain begins with bodybuilder Daniel Lugo (Mark Wahlberg) grunting the words “I’m hot! “I’m big!” Coincidentally the film’s director Michael Bay probably chants the same mantra to himself each morning.
From the man who brought you Sucker Punch And the guy who gave Bruce Wayne a beard Comes a movie produced by their wives Starring a Superman to be feared It opens with Jor-El on…
Byzantium is the best feminist film you will see this year. Yes, go off and chortle into your tea. I’ll wait. You back? Good, lets continue. It’s as much of a feminist film as it…
Unfortunately The Purge is like that hot guy (or girl) that asks for your number but never calls: the concept is exciting and promising, the reality is a let down.
Every now and then there’s a film that comes completely out of nowhere and surprises the fuck out of you. I’m talking flicks like Black Dynamite, Junebug, Eagle Vs Shark, Paper Heart and Safety Not Guaranteed. They’re small, sure, but there’s something about them that transcends the limitations of an indie film and sees it projected into that cult list of movies that only the cool people who roll their own cigarettes at parties know about. The History of Future Folk is one such film.
t’s (arguably) the definitive movie about witches. Sure, Hocus Pocus was fun and sure, The Witches was creepy (nobody mention Practical Magic) BUT The Craft had every teenage girl in the nineties wanting to play light as a feather, stiff as a board at their next sleepover. It was cool, it was creepy and it was cult. It ceaselessly became a 90s classic. In the name of Manon, we look at why.
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.
… even if you beautifully film someone furiously masturbating into a plastic bag you’re still filming someone furiously masturbating into a plastic bag. That’s what Spring Breakers is: a pretty wank.
Maria Lewis’ final ‘Young Adult’ Adaptation Fixation: Mortal Engines
Kern Saxton, the writer, producer, editor, director and star of ‘Sushi Girl’ sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to share his pick for a Five Star Film.