March 17 2014 Latest news:
The sex-crazed-alien-in-female-form-who-lands-on-Earth genre has a less than illustrious history. From Lifeforce to Species to various efforts featuring a surfeit of tentacles, they are never quite as much sordid fun as you would expect.
Director Paul Feig reunites with Melissa McCarthy and throws Sandra Bullock into the mix for his latest offering, “The Heat”.
This is Hugh Jackman’s fifth full Wolverine outing and, with a sixth on the way, I think that gives him a clear lead as the most movie performances as a single superhero character. Yet, after all that, it seems nobody is quite sure about his purpose.
Everybody loves Greta Gerwig. Well not everybody, but that select group of cinema opinion formers who constitute everybody to all effects and purposes. Since her breakthrough opposite Ben Stiller in Greenberg, her list of credits hasn’t been stellar (she was in the Russell Brand remake of Arthur).
After creating the third greatest use of a half-hour comedy slot on a Channel 4 Friday night, the creative trio of Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost moved to the big screen and made British films you weren’t embarrassed to let foreigners see.