For this post I’d like to offer my thoughts on Francis Ford Coppola’s Rumble Fish and how Mickey Rourke seems to be ‘born in the wrong time period’, no matter what … Continue reading Mickey Rourke: A Rumble Fish born in the wrong century
I was on safari in Tanzania earlier this year, you’ve taken some great shots. Love the lion and the cub! Sadly cubs were hiding when I was there.
Ok, it’s a film that first came out in 1979. Why on earth am I reviewing it? Well, I picked up the Director’s Cut version and had this vague, misty … Continue reading The Warriors: Director’s cut – can you dig it?
Ok, I know the release date for Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For is scheduled for October 2013, but I’ve had something playing on my mind. Namely, Mrs … Continue reading Sin City 2: Angie, where are you?
On Sunday night I was lucky enough to go to the closing concert of the London 2012 olympics. Not the one in the stadium, but the one on Hyde park. … Continue reading Blur, the Specials, New Order – Olympic closing concert, a tender affair
Awesome leinil yu artwork!
The Hulk will smash!
Yes, that line above is wrong on purpose. In an interview with Marvel.com, writer Mark Waid and artist Leinil Yu talk about the new Indestructible Hulk book, which hits this November. Waid is a legend in the comic book world, with my personal favorites being Irredeemable and Daredevil, and now he tackles the green goliath for the first time. Yu is no stranger to the Hulk, having the Ultimate Hulk Vs Wolverine already under his belt. So what is in store for Banner now?
A smart hulk, who will be working with S.H.I.E.L.D and working back to becoming one of the most brilliant minds in the Marvel Universe. A slightly different look is in store for the Hulk includes a haircut, which gives him a less menacing, non-savage look. Check out the full article on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/story/19195/marvel_now_qa_indestructible_hulk
For this post I’d like to review a film I watched recently that’s been on DVD for a little while, The American, starring George Clooney. Nothing new you might say, … Continue reading Clooney and Lake Como – the lacklustre American
Fair play to Joseph Gordon Levitt (hereafter known as JGL), his career has been incredibly interesting. He has only recently started to appear in proper blockbuster type films, most of … Continue reading Dark Knight – the rise of Robin?
Ok, for my very first blog I thought I’d offer my take on the latest Batman film. For the purposes of this blog I’ll assume that you, the reader, has … Continue reading Bane vs Catwoman – scene stealers!