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Going back to the very first comic starring the web slinging geek, the upcoming  Spider-man film starring Andrew Garfield as the lead character along with Sally Field, Rhys Ifans and Emma Stone this is looking …

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Valkyrie – Not as interesting as a Norwegian maiden slayer!
January 23, 2009 – 12:06 pm | One Comment
Valkyrie – Not as interesting as a Norwegian maiden slayer!

Well it’s 19 hundred and something or other and the Germans are still evil….except for the ones that can speak English. Hitler is busy wearing a dodgy ‘tache and after lots of failed assassination attempts, …

Yes Man – Funny but not thoughtful!
December 30, 2008 – 6:55 pm | Comments Off on Yes Man – Funny but not thoughtful!
Yes Man – Funny but not thoughtful!

Based on a book by Danny Wallace that manages to be entertaining and thoughtful, Yes Man stars Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel and Terence Stamp. If the trailers were anything to go by, you’d think that …

Steve Carell has signed on for Get Smart 2
October 7, 2008 – 11:44 pm | Comments Off on Steve Carell has signed on for Get Smart 2
Steve Carell has signed on for Get Smart 2

Empire has reported that Steve Carell has signed on for a Get Smart sequel. Taking in $230 million worldwide  (and making $150 million profit) Get Smart was far from being a failure. No confirmation as …

Valkyrie trailer
September 27, 2008 – 8:25 pm | Comments Off on Valkyrie trailer
Valkyrie trailer

Starring Tom Cruise, Bill Nighy, Terence Stamp, Kenneth Branagh and (believe it or not) Eddie Izzard. I have yet to see a movie that Eddie Izzard starred in, that I actually liked! Let’s hope …

Get Smart (2008): A 4 out of 10 Movie Review
July 11, 2008 – 2:15 pm | Comments Off on Get Smart (2008): A 4 out of 10 Movie Review
Get Smart (2008): A 4 out of 10 Movie Review

I really haven’t been looking forward to this review. It is important for movies to evoke emotions whilst you watch. Unfortunately there are too many that evoke nothing. Not one chuckle, tear or scream. These …