On this weeks show we will be reviewing cinema releases that include Sci-Fi action drama Chronicle, Sam Worthington is a Man on a Ledge, Elizabeth Olsen makes her acting debut in drama/horror Martha Marcy May Marlene, Jodie Foster and John C Reilly have a argument with another couple in Carnage and Adam Sandler plays both Jack and Jill in comedy film Jack and Jill. In the Blu-Ray/DVD part of the show we will be reviewing RomCom Friends With Benefits, another 80’s remake in the form of Footloose, romantic drama One Day, nerving British thriller Tyrannosaur and Woody Allen latest film Midnight in Paris, if that’s not enough we also have the latest movie news and hopefully both UK and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10.
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The nominations for the 84th Oscars have been released and Martin Scoreses Hugo has come out on top with 11 nominations however nipping on it’s tail is The Artist with 10 nominations. 2 films are joint third with 6 nominations and they are Steven Spielberg’s War Horse and David Fincher’s remake of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Coming up just behind them are The Descendants and MoneyBall which managed 5 nominations each.
After the jump is the full list of Nominations.
Nathan (a.k.a. @Bouncybhall of our sister site The Lolocaust) is a good friend of the site who may be joining us as a permanent member of the Monday Movie Show early next year, as such, we thought it would be a good idea to get him in on the Christmas special, and he’s come up with his 10 best of the year:
I’ve thought long and hard about this and this list of ten films – in no particular order – represent the ten films I personally think were the best films that I SAW in 2011. I have missed out on a few films that I expect are incredible, but as I haven’t seen them I can’t really comment (Drive to name one example). Read the rest of this entry
This week’s show is now available with cinema reviews of Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams and horror Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark starring Guy Pierce and Katie Holmes, plus DVD reviews of racing documentary Senna, Josh Hartnett and Woody Harrelson in Bunraku, Mel Gibson in The Beaver (quite literally!), plus horror movies The Thaw and The Dead.
All this and the regular updates of the UK Box Office Top 10, the DVD & Blu Ray Top 10, our weekly catch up recommendation, plus we announce the winner of our fortnightly competition and set you a new competition clip.
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Review of new cinema releases including Woody Allen’s latest film starring Owen Wilson Midnight in Paris and Guillermo Del Toro presents the latest horror film to get a remake Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.
We also have DVD reviews of critically acclaimed documentary Senna, high octane action film with a huge cast including Josh Hartnett and Woody Harrelson Bunraku, Mel Gibson loses his mind in the Beaver and a double bill of horror movies The Thaw and The Dead.
On top off all of that we also have the latest movie news, the Box Office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10, our DVD catch up and we announce the winner of the competition plus set a new challenge for you to have the chance to win a DVD.
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