I have only one thing to say: the Joker’s origins were meant to be ambiguous… 😉 Chat and comment on the forum
Ms Thrifty shares: It’s quite a long film but rewards patience. I know some of the facts were changed but I suppose there were limits to the liberties which could be taken as both the main characters are real people; this might explain the ending, refreshingly muted by Hollywood standards. Discuss this film
Hot off the first preview, chrivic reports: There is no doubt that it is all very well done, written/acted etc. I thought it could have been a little shorter but then I’ve been really tired today after a late night last night. It gets a healthy 7/10 from me but on balance I prefer Saturday Read more about Julie & Julia[…]
mdweaver says: I found it all a bit arty-farty. There were a couple of funny bits, his parents at the start, and the fruit cake “cousin” and her family, but was quite bored by the end. No more than 6/10. Discuss this film on the forum
Says Beate: I thought this was a lovely film, 5 scenes in the life of a family, each one concentrating on one of them but showing the progress of the others too. Believable family life, it was interesting to see the kids grow up, especially the second son looked miles better at the end than Read more about First Day of the Rest of Your Life[…]
Reports are coming in that disastrous organisation resulted in a vast number of people being turned away from this screening, even after waiting as instructed by the cinema staff. One such person was a certain Birthday Gal whose evening wasn’t ruined I hope. Tut-tut Momentum. One of the “lucky” ones to get in eventually was Read more about Dorian Gray[…]
Dilemma: on the one hand there’s Judd Apatow, Comedy King of Hollywood, bringing along his usuals (Rogen, Hill and real-life wife Leslie Mann) and two talented actors new to his world, but not new to comedy – Schwartzman, hilarious in I Heart Huckabees and due to break out with a mysterious role in next year’s Scott Pilgrim if this film doesn’t do it first, and Eric Bana who apparently began his career in sketch comedy. On the other hand, there’s Adam Sandler.
So an Irishman, an Englishman, a Scotsman, a Jew, Gordon Brown, Bono and the Pope walk into a pub. The barman says, “Is this some kind of joke?”
That’s exactly how I feel about this film, because of this trailer.
Most people didn’t like Death Proof, Quentin Tarantino’s segment of 2007’s double bill Grindhouse. Personally I liked the film and I’m sure I would have loved it if I had grown up during the era of exploitation flicks it faithfully replicated. At any rate, the only real complaint you hear is that it was ‘boring’. So QT has stepped up to win back his fans with what looks like a hugely enjoyable ride, Inglourious Basterds (yes, its meant to be spelt that way), due out in August. Trailer after the jump… […]