Trailer park: Lucy, a messenger and a dame

Ding, ding! The time has come for another trailer park breakdown. If you’re unfamiliar, this is the latest in a series of posts where I provide my pick of upcoming films with a little bit of info to set the scene and, of course, the trailer to get you all fired up. Lucy (US release… Continue reading Trailer park: Lucy, a messenger and a dame

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For draws closer

It’s finally here. Well, the trailer at least. And I’m as giddy as Michael Bay who’s just been handed the keys to a set of real-life Transformers with matching explosives. I have to say, it’s been a long wait but, now images and clips are beginning to be released, there’s grimy, noir-ish light at the… Continue reading Sin City: A Dame To Kill For draws closer

Surprising and defining roles of Bruce Willis

Addressing an injustice. A commanding and perhaps overblown way to start a piece which discusses why I think old Bruce has had a raw deal when it comes to how we perceive his filmography. Despite most of us thinking action is his genre of choice – the Die Hard franchise being the obvious reference point… Continue reading Surprising and defining roles of Bruce Willis

Sin City finds its dame – Eva Green

The hypnotically seductive Eva Green has been cast as Ava Lord, the ultimate femme fatale in Robert Rodriguez’s forthcoming film Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. First off I’d like to say I’m not one for overly dramatic fanboy geek outbursts when it comes to movie news. In this case I have to make… Continue reading Sin City finds its dame – Eva Green

Mickey Rourke: A Rumble Fish born in the wrong century

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 film he’s in. Released in 1983 and filmed largely in black and white, it tells the story of Matt Dillon’s ‘Rusty James’, a young hot-headed… Continue reading Mickey Rourke: A Rumble Fish born in the wrong century