Thursday, May 06, 2010

He said, She Said Round Up

Helen did an awesome summary of all the films we have reviewed together on our collective blog, I thought you all would like a gander~ James
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This is a round-up of all the reviews we have written on He said, she said. If you have missed any of them then here is your chance to read our reviews and let us know what you think. If a review takes your fancy just click on the link and enjoy!

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Nine - an Italian set sexy musical directed by Rob Marshall)
Double review: British icons - Nowhere Boy, the story of John Lennon and Sherlock Holmes with Robert Downy Jr
10,000BC - the dodgy Emmerich flop
Avatar 3D - the money making machine... with blue people
Did you hear about the Morgans? - a comedy with Hugh Grant playing Hugh Grant
Double feature: crime fighting - Hot Fuzz, the British action film parody and Watchmen, the adventurous graphic novel adaptation
Up in the Air - Mmm George Clooney
Daybreakers - an interesting twist on vampire films
St Trinian's 1 and 2 - British deliquents in mini skirts
Iron Man - from the Marvel universe
The Princess and the Frog - the new Disney hand drawn animation
It's Complicated - but the Nancy Meyer's story is pretty simple
In the Loop - a hilarious satire of British-American politics
Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief - Clash of the Titans for teens
The Lovely Bones - Peter Jackson's latest endeavour from a modern classic novel
Valentine's Day - a romcom set on... some day in February
The Crazies - a horror of the Outbreak genre
Gosford Park - the most enjoyable complicated film of all time
Alice in Wonderland - the latest Burton/Depp/Bonham Carter collaboration
Oceans 13 - the Las Vegas set heist film
Shutter Island - thriller set in an institution for the criminally insane
I love you Phillip Morris - if Brokeback mountain were set in Florida
The Holiday - the Christmas set romcom
Knowing - see it to take the piss out of it
Nick and Norah's Inifinite Playlist -a great film where Micheal Cera and Kat Dennings basically play themselves
The Wrestler - Mickey Rourke's comeback film
The Blind Side - a true story about skin colour, American football and family
How to Train your Dragon 3D - the latest Dreamworks animation
Kick-Ass - a kick ass adaptation of a graphic novel
Whip It - Drew Barrymore's directing debut about roller derby
Kinky Boots - a true story about a traditonal show factory that creates shows for drag queens
Clash of the Titans - Percy Jackson for adults
Double feature: all about the lifestyle - American Psycho, the 80s set murder thriller and The Joneses, a comedy about people who seel their lives
Cemetary Junction - Merchant/Gervais dip into 70s culture
The Lost Boys - the dated vampire classic
Better than Chocolate - a great film about lesbian rights
Double feature: Sparks flying - Dear John and The Last Song, tearjerkers adapted from Nicholas Sparks novels
Iron Man 2 - contender for the biggest sequel of the year

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1 comment:

Rebecca Bradford said...

Hey stranger. Still in England... that is amazing. Glad you are having a wonderful time. So what are you going to be doing when you return to the states? Also, I started painting on the side and started a blog to show my work. You can check it out at www.rbanthology.blogspot.com