In case you haven't already seen this, director Steven Soderbergh's excellent State of Cinema address:
MIES JULIE [theatre] ★★★★★ Sexy. Painful. Brutal. Eviscerating political commentary. Unnerving sound design. Bravo.
Great cast, and from the writer of CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE; hopefully LAST VEGAS will be as surprisingly entertaining as THE HANGOVER and BRIDESMAIDS.
Here are the first stills from Richard Curtis' latest, ABOUT TIME. I've been underwhelmed by his directorial efforts, THE BOAT THAT ROCKED and LOVE, ACTUALLY; but can he recapture his FOUR WEDDINGS and NOTTING HILL form?
“What's going on, baby girl?” Mub
“Talking snails!” Mary Katherine
“Actually, I'm a slug. No shell over here, baby,” Mub
EPIC is out in the UK on the 22nd, and the USA on the 24th.
My take on it here.
“You've got the best crew in the world standing right in front of you, give them a reason to stay,” Dominic Toretto
Out this Friday in the UK, on the 24th in the USA, FAST & THE FURIOUS 6. My review:
More Terence Stamp (Gerneral Zod), this time with Sarah Douglas (Ursa), introducing SUPERMAN II (the Richard Donner cut).
It's been seven long years since director Alfonso Cuarón made the masterful CHILDREN OF MEN. He returns in October with the potentially stunning GRAVITY. Check out the teaser trailer.
"Come to me, son of Jor-El! Kneel before Zod. Kneel!" Terence Stamp talking about his career yesterday.