The families of the men he killed in Paris are not willing to let it go . . . they are after revenge. (more…)
Batman has always been my favorite superhero/comic book based film series. The older ones and then Nolan’s reboot was exactly what I wanted to see. I cannot really explain where, when and why my love for Batman started but it did and still exists. I still love the older films and bought the DVD box set years ago. Yes I do have a soft spot for Batman Forever and even slightly for Batman & Robin – yes I do realise that people are going to judge me for that but I remember seeing that film at the cinema just before my 10th birthday and let’s face it I probably hadn’t seen anything like that at the time. I know now it is so cheesy and just not in the same league as the other films but I cannot help but remember what it was like watching it for the first time in the cinema, it was exciting. I saw Batman Begins in the cinema on its release and the same with The Dark Knight, which I then saw another two times making that my record of three times for a film at the cinema. The Dark Knight Rises I attended a 5 am screening and will be heading back to the cinema this afternoon for a second viewing. It’s not only Batman that I find myself loving but the villains are always so interesting and brilliant as well. The actors who have been in the films always seem to be spot on with it and create something really special to watch from start to finish.
The epic conclusion to the Legend of Batman . . . The Dark Knight Rises
A fleet of ships is forced to do battle with an armada of unknown origins, from a different planet which were contacted at the very start of the film . . .
John (Crowe) must deal with his wife Lara (Banks) spending her life in prison after she was convicted of murder.
The awards season has started to kick off the past week or so, with nominations being announced for different awards ceremonies. Well the British Independent Film awards took place last night and the big winner does not come as much of a surprise after all the publicity and hype it has received so far. The King’s Speech picked up the main awards with all three in the acting category. For the lead female Carey Mulligan picked up the award for the second year running after her star turn in An Education last year, this year has seen her pick the award up for Never Let Me Go.
I am really looking forward to seeing both The King’s Speech and Never Let Me Go as both really do look like good films, with fantastic performances. The winning of these awards really must just back that up. Looks like we will be in for some good films coming out in the New Year. Got to love the awards season!
Rest of the awards . . .
I had to double take when I first saw this poster, as it really could just be Taken 2 . . . looks very similar to the posters for Taken. And reading about the plot of Unknown it sounds as though Neeson could be pretty much the same character from Taken . . .
The first poster has been released for this summers movie version of the A-Team. Apparently there is no plan b!
Set in London in the build up to Christmas following 8 different couples and showing the different types of love that is formed in different situations.
My first thoughts on seeing this poster was YAY a new Liam Neeson movie, but woah James Nesbitt is in this too. Seems an odd pairing just as James is not as well known as Liam.
Just come across another poster for “The Other Man” featuring Laura Linney, Antonio Banderas and Liam Neeson. Its going to be good !!!
Just come across this poster for The Other Man, which looks to have a great main cast of Liam Neeson, Antonio Banderas and Laura Linney. I cannot wait to see this movie !!!