The next big release for UK and European audiences is Ridley Scott’s Prometheus which is due to hit cinemas on the 1st June and after the recent international trailer premiere which aired exclusively on Channel 4, who isn’t anticipating its release?
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Yesterday The Avengers hit British shores and after catching the first screening of the day I can honestly say that I really, really enjoyed it. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not perfect, but it’s a movie made by a comic-book aficionado for the fans. Now the attention turns to Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Rises, which is now just under three months away from release.
So we’re already one month into 2012 and we have had some good (and not so good) films on our radar. Now, over the next two-to-three month’s we’ll see plenty of films being re-released as everybody tries to get their fingers in the Awards Season pie, but until then, here’s some more cross-Atlantic news for you to nuzzle on.
The fourth feature in the series that began back in 1996, pays just as much – if not more – devotion to detail for its suspenseful set pieces than to the precise particulars of its plot. And this is a very, very good thing. Read Nick’s review!
What a delight The Adventures of Tintin is. Directed by master craftsman Steven Spielberg this exciting and jubilant roller-coaster ride of a film is a well-welcomed surprise, guaranteed to please audiences of all ages. Read Sam’s and Jordan’s reviews of the movie.
It is less than two weeks until Christmas Day (or not, if you don’t celebrate the day/holiday) and exactly fifteen days until the final day of the Gregorian calendar, and as you can imagine, film news is somewhat thin on the ground around this period, but I’ve tried my best to bring you the little nuggets of information that I think you’ll enjoy.
Every fortnight I collect, evaluate and release all the film-tastic news that may or may not have made your radar due to it being UK/European specific. Some of it you may read, the majority of it however will probably leave you scratching feverishly at your skull wondering “Who is this? And why am I reading this balderdash!”
There’s something inherently likable about the buddy comedy team of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Perhaps it’s their endearing accents or their seemingly genuine regard for each other on-screen. What we’ve seen from them in the past has cemented their status as geek favorites.