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|Directed by:||Steve Martino|
|Written by:||Charles Schulz|
|Studio:||20th Century Fox|
|Genre:||Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family|
The legendary Charles Schulz comicstrip gets a modern day movie adaptation care of 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios, with two members of his family behind the story, yet despite that last bit of info, I was still worried. You'd be forgiven for being worried too in this day and age. I cringed at the thought of this movie in all honesty, it terrified me, growing up with Snoopy and co, how could the modern day Hollywood monster do this epic creation justice? Thoughts of newly created PC characters crowbarred in, lots of hip hop music, dreadful big name voice work with pointless cameos, oh my God! you could just see it coming. Luckily none of that actually did happen (amazingly...accept for the music), so lets be happy...[more]...
|Directed by:||Camille Delamarre|
|Written by:||Bill Collage|
Refueled (spelt wrong) because the franchise has been...refueled, refreshed, revitalised, rebooted...get it? clever huh (ahem!). Frank is back and ready to errr...transport things once again, only this time he's played by newcomer Ed Skrein. It seems Statham realised what a trashy mess this franchise was and decided to bail, probably a good decision there matey. So what are we left with now, well it appears to be a rather cheap and tacky looking reboot chock full of terrible action sequences, wait...yes I'm right...[more]...
|Directed by:||Brad Bird|
|Written by:||Brad Bird|
|Cast:||George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Raffey Cassidy, Britt Robertson, Judy Greer, Tim McGraw, Kathryn Hahn|
Another movie based on a Disney theme park ride? blimey. Well its not actually a ride, let me clear this up. Tomorrowland is actually part of the Magic Kingdom Park, it makes up one of six themed lands within the Magic Kingdom, the others being Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland and Main Street USA. Each of these lands obviously feature rides, stalls, and places of interest based on the individual themes, hence Tomorrowland features famous rides like Space Mountain. The entire area has a 50's Jetsons type appearance to it which is used in this movie, although I don't think the movies plot is based on anything specific within Tomorrowland, I believe they have just used the name and theme park stylings for the basis of a sci-fi fantasy story (I think...[more]...
|Directed by:||Anne Fletcher|
|Written by:||David Feeney|
|Cast:||Reese Witherspoon, Sofia Vergara, John Lynch, Rob Kazinsky|
OK so we all know the stereotypical buddy action flick, generally the stereotypical buddy action cop flick, laced with adult humour. Twas the staple diet of the good old days back in the 80's and through to the 90's, these days the genre has been a bit quite. Why? well because every bloody idea has been done and the entire notion has literately been drained dry, all that is left is trying to come up with unique and quirky double teams for the leads. Although it must be said, the winner of that buddy cop action flick pairing must go to Jay Leno and Pat Morita in 'Collision Course' way back in 1989, nothing more unusual than that double team...[more]...
|Directed by:||Seth MacFarlane|
|Written by:||Seth MacFarlane|
|Cast:||Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane, Dennis Haysbert, Amanda Seyfried, Morgan Freeman, Patrick Warburton, Liam Neeson|
If you thought this cuddly teddy bear couldn't possibly get anymore racist and offensive...well, you'd be wrong. Seth MacFarlane is back utilising all the same visual gag styles, cameos and voice actors/actresses that basically make this yet another Family Guy flick, yeah it so is. Everything supposedly starts from where the previous movie left off but because I can't really remember a damn thing about the previous movie, I'm not entirely sure. That doesn't really say much for the first flick does it, or maybe me, I dunno...[more]...
|Directed by:||Kevin Munroe|
|Written by:||Kevin Munroe|
|Cast:||(voices) Quinton Flynn|
The first fully CGI animated movie for the Turtles after three live action films. I think officially this is suppose to be set after the original film but could easily be a stand alone chapter in the Turtles universe. This whole production is completely different from the previous films, obviously a whole new approach but voice work is all new too, no one from the older films makes a return here...[more]...
|Directed by:||Christopher Guest|
|Written by:||Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy|
|Cast:||Christopher Guest, Parker Posey, Eugene Levy, Michael McKean, Catherine O'Hara, John Michael Higgins|
Number three out of five in a string of mockumentary movies that Christopher Guest has had a hand in writing, directing and of course starring. In my humble opinion this is probably the second most well known of the five with 'This Is Spinal Tap' being the clear winner in that field...[more]...