Monday, December 19, 2011

James Bond Skyfall News Update

Oooh we do love a bit of gossip surrounding the forthcoming James Bond, Skyfall. While the last few flicks have been getting more and more modern, to the point that I accept that I won't have a clue what's going on so may as well just enjoy the action, the romance and Daniel Craig's sixpack, the next movie is reverting back to that old 60's style. Producer of Skyfall, Michael G. Wilson, has revealed that the latest installment will have a "magical 1960s feel". Wilson hinted that the 23rd Bond movie will call on Goldfinger of 1963 to create a "very special" classic cinematic experience.

Speaking with The People, Wilson said "the director Sam Mendes and Daniel are taking it back to a '60s feel - more Sean Connery... I think that's what the fans wanted. [It sure is.] There's a magical Goldfinger feel ­surrounding it all. It's all very exciting. I can't wait for people to see the movie because I think we're making a very special Bond."

And if this wasn't enough to make Bond fans leap with excitement, Wilson went on to say that he hoped to organise an event featuring all six Bond actors - Sean Connery, Daniel Craig, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan - to mark the release of Skyfall and the franchise's 50th anniversary next year. How amazing would that be? "We'd really like to get all six together... We're trying to find a way for fans to celebrate with us ­because they've been the reason the Bond films have been the success they have."

In other Bond related news, Daniel Craig has apparently been offered a multi-mullion pound deal, and signed himself up for five more Bond movies. Will we be sick of him by then? I think not. By then he will have stepped into Bond's shoes 8 times which makes him the longest serving 007, knocking that title right out of Roger Moore's hands.

In the same interview with The People, Wilson had these kind words to say of the Bond actor: "Daniel's been a terrific Bond, a superb actor and a ­terrific man. The fans love him and I don't think there's a better actor to play the part. It's certainly something we'll be ­discussing with him once we finish shooting Skyfall... Filming has gone very well so far and I'd love Daniel to surpass Roger's record and do eight pictures. Daniel's been an absolute pleasure to be around because he takes the role so seriously... There's really no-one more passionate about making these films work than him - he's a filmmaker's dream. A lot of people have said Daniel's been their favourite Bond since Sean Connery and I can't argue with them. He's doing a great job."

Caroline Foran

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Movies in Cheats S30SCI Movie Updates

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Monday, December 28, 2009

Watch Avatar Online Movie for Free

Watch Avatar Online Movie Update : It’s been weeks now and still Avatar reigns weekend box office from it’s release date. Many of the movie goers and even critics caught there attention because of this movie Avatar directed by James Cameron. We’ve watched this movie last week but not online because it’s better to watch Avatar in the big screen.
We are also looking for valid and working links to Watch Avatar Online but most of those videos were deleted and you have to watch it when it’s available. Avatar made us to want more and because of this great movie from James Cameron and we expect to have a sequel of this movie.
If ever you still didn’t see Avatar we hope we can help you.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

G.I Joe Review

Review in a Hurry: This barely live-action adaptation of the mid-'80s toy/comic/cartoon iteration of Hasbro's long-running soldier toys is fast-paced, decently cast and, shall we say, "easy on the brain." Unfortunately, it's also frequently laugh-out-loud cheesy, and the digital effects are highly dubious.

Ashton Shoots Blanks in Gigolo Flick Spread

Review in a Hurry: Ashton Kutcher is a hipster himbo who beds a wealthy older woman in the Hollywood Hills. Nope, this isn't a biopic, but a seriocomic Midnight Cowboy/American Gigolo/Shampoo knockoff that's not weighty enough for a drama or sharp enough for satire.

Vanessa Hudgens Plays It Cool in Bandslam

Review in a Hurry: High School Musical this ain't, thanks to real live bands with serious cred, a normal-looking dude in the lead role and a less-than-picture-perfect story. But it's Vanessa Hudgens who steals the mic with a surprisingly subtle performance.

Box Office Update 8/14 - 8/16: District 9 Evicts the Joes

District 9 stepped up to the plate and proceeded to splatter G.I. Joe goo all over the place. Well, not exactly, but it came out strong off the bench while G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra plummeted nearly 60%. I did have the pleasure of seeing District 9, and I am ecstatic over its opening weekend success. I just hope that word of mouth is strong enough to carry it to a solid theatrical run. It is an original film that has great effects, an engrossing story, and an intelligence not often seen in what is ostensibly a summer action flick. It is easily one of my favorites of the year, and one I plan to see again on the big screen.

Taking a steep percentage hit, last week's winner, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, still lands comfortably in second place. While one would have to think that the big dip does not bode well for the film's legs, this could just be a sophomore slump and the next week or two could see it level off. Not for nothing, I found the movie to be quite entertaining — it's pure, dumb fun that embraces the cheese.

Coming in third is The Time Traveler's Wife. It is a movie that did not work for me, but is not without some interesting ideas. It's shot well, but the leads, Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams, do not seem to have much chemistry. In any case, it is a good date-type movie.

Fourth and fifth place are a couple of holdovers in Julie & Julia and G-Force, two very different movies for two very different audiences. I have only seen the former, and found it quite enjoyable. Both films had solid holds from last week and will likely have the legs to last a couple more weeks as new competition arrives.

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard arrives in sixth place, in what I am sure is considered a disappointment. Considering how dull the movie turned out to be, it will likely have to wait for DVD to make most of its money. The movie is well cast and has a decent idea at its core, it is just the writing cannot support it and the execution collapses early on.

In the latter half of the top ten, the big story is Ponyo, the latest from Hayao Miyazaki. I do not think it tops his best work, but there is no denying this is a special film. The story is simple on the surface yet contains a lot of details that allow for closer inspection. The animation is beautiful and filled with great detail. It is also the biggest and widest opening for a Miyazaki film. I encourage you all to go see this before it disappears.

Next week will see the arrival of Quentin Tarantino's new film Inglorious Basterds. That is a film I am really looking forward to! We also get to see Post Grad starring Alexis Bledel, Robert Rodriguez's latest family film Shorts, and a special 3D film on ESPN's X-Games.

Four movies dropped off the top ten this week: (500) Days of Summer (11), A Perfect Getaway (12), Orphan (15), and Aliens in the Attic (17).