The 80’s was not a classic decade for film. Well let me re-phrase that, it was not a classic decade for films unless you like all American action films, sugar coated white Ivy League Brat Pack angst-fests and very lightweight situational comedy.
Foeget Brad Pitt and Helen Mirren. Nobody likes a glory hound. Settle back and read about some actors who never got the praise they deserved.
With not a sniff of a James Bond gadget, here are some of the best props to make it onto celluloid.
From Gary Busey surfing, to a potty-mouth Paul Newman, here are five gems from the 1970s you may have missed.
July 20th sees Christopher Nolan’s tremendous Batman trilogy come to a climax, before the franchise is once more rebooted, but who can fill Bale’s batsuit?
Prometheus had been hyped to hell for the best part of two years but has turned out to be a bit of a turd. Check out these 10 corkers instead…
Just because a movie is successful doesn’t mean it is any good, as these ten overblown and overrated movies prove…
All too often the singers take all the plaudits for a band’s success, well here’s our list of alternative ace band members, proving it’s not all about the frontmen.
Men develop their lifelong obsessions at an early age. My own, and I suspect many blokes approaching their mid 40’s, include Northern Soul music, 70’s porn and how sporty cars looked in the late 60’s and 70’s…
An enchanting mix of comedy, kindness, romance, friendship, forgiveness and salmon pink “all-in-one” dirty underwear.The Ballad of Cable Hogue, Sam Peckinpah’s most overlooked film.
As far as films are concerned, the last decade might might not be remembered too fondly. Not only did it give rise to the re-birth of 3D, but Hollywood managed to milk dry every fond childhood memory we had. But it wasn’t all bad though, as these classics will prove.
A storming decade for cinema, here are just five favourites to get the ball rolling.
It’s late, you’ve had one too many, and the song playing in the taxi reminds you of your ex and your dead dog. Don’t hold back the tears though, let it out. Here’s why the best cure for the blues, can actually be The Blues.
The 1970s was tennis’ heyday. Players spoke from the heart and not from their sponsors…and wore very tight short shorts.
So, you’ve seen every episode of The Wire, 24 and The Sopranos, twice. You’re clearly a telly addict, and we’ve got your next fix all lined up. Say hello to Tom Selleck and the brilliant cop drama Blue Bloods.
With films like The Waterboy, Happy Gilmore and The Wedding Singer, Adam Sandler might not be to everyone’s taste. But here’s why the actor, writer and producer could be the Burt Reynolds of our time.
For a start they should get the casting and director right and erase the hideous part three. After that. it’s a simple choice of who plays the good, the bad and the ugly…
Away from the bombardment of 80s high school romps, the 1990s was a great decade for film. From instant crime classics to a bevvy of exciting new directors, here are just a few of the good’uns.
Never mind all these gritty police dramas that try to make a bold political statement while thrusting the harsh realities of street life into your face. What you really want is interweaving story lines, a documentary feel and a character called ‘Buck Naked’.