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“Excitement…Danger…Suspense…as this classic adventure story sweeps across the screen!”
Robin Hood: an everlasting figure. He stole from the rich and gave to the poor; no matter who you are, you’ve got to have heard of the famous Nottingham folklore, he’s known worldwide and naturally there’s been many film adaptations of this interesting character, but which one is
As we approach the end of 2012, we leave behind the 50th anniversary celebrations of perhaps one of film’s most iconic characters, James Bond. It’s often hard to believe that the Bond franchise has been around for about half the amount of time that the medium of film has been with us. Skyfall was a fitting tribute; it effectively combined both the classic elements from
Before I kick off my review of The Hobbit, I need to set a few things straight. I didn’t watch the film in 3D and I didn’t view it at 48 frames per second, the subject of much debate as to whether this is the future of how films will be projected to cinema-goers, or is just a handy way of making audiences nauseous.
I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t particularly
Ben Affleck returns for his third directorial outing in Argo, a film loosely based on the account of the ‘Canadian Caper’ where a CIA operative successfully rescued six American diplomats from Iran during the 1979 revolution. How exactly did he do this? He used the guise that the diplomats were in fact Canadian film makers who were location scouting in Iran
Trapped within the 140 minute run time is a great film. It’s in there somewhere, lurking. We have two masterful performances given by Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman; the opening introduction to Phoenix’s character gives us everything we need to know about him. His character, Freddie Quell is somewhat unhinged; an alcoholic who is awkwardly gaited at all times,