Starting off on the independent circuit last year, Birdman took the festivals one after the other and as the New Year approached, we were finally given the opportunity to sit down and watch this critically acclaimed masterpiece on wide release. Birdman stars Michael Keaton as ‘Riggan’, an actor once famed for starring in a series… Continue reading Birdman Review
‘Foxcatcher’ is based on true events surrounding John Du Pont’s ‘Foxcatcher Farm’ in the 1980’s, where he took on the Schultz brothers who were both at the top of the professional wresting game in that time; coming off from winning two gold medals at the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles in the freestyle wrestling,… Continue reading Foxcatcher Review
Exodus: Gods & Kings, plastered all over your TV screens showing off the epic trailer which shows ‘The Director of Gladiator’; and forever will Ridley Scott be cursed with that tag line. If you don’t know already, Exodus follows the story of Moses who is a general and a member of the royal family alongside… Continue reading Exodus: Gods and Kings Review
One of my favourite films of all time got a sequel….its just a shame that’s it probably one of the most disappointing ones out there! About two years ago Jim Carry let slip that he was interested in doing a sequel to Dumb and Dumber. After much digging it then came out that not only… Continue reading Dumb and Dumber To Review
As we count down our best & worst movies of 2014, Taller/Darker/Stranger pop by to look back on arguably one of the biggest disappointments of last year: EVIL DEAD. What did YOU think of this controversial remake? Did it do the original justice or stray too far from what made it great?
Best Motion Picture, Drama The Imitation Game Boyhood Selma Theory of Everything Foxcatcher Best Motion Picture, Comedy Or Musical Birdman Into the Woods The Grand Budapest Hotel Pride St. Vincent Best Actor In A Motion Picture, Drama Steve Carell, Foxcatcher Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game Jake Gyllenhall, Nightcrawler David Oyelowo, Selma Eddie Redmayne, The Theory… Continue reading Golden Globe Nominations 2015
If you read our page and our reviews regularly, you will have notice we are not the biggest fans of the previous two Hobbit films. Many problems shoot to mind when we start talking about the films; the average CGI in the film is a big concern throughout the first two films which is absolutely… Continue reading The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies Review
The trailer for *new* reboot for The Terminator series has returned and it certainly raises a lot of questions. Does it completely override the previous films? Here at All Things Movies, we’re not entirely keen on the trailer, but check it out and let us know what you think!
“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than good job”. That quote is one of the most recognizable quotes in the music/drama film Whiplash starring Miles Teller as Andrew Neiman, a 19 year old aspiring Jazz drummer who gets accepted into the best music school in America. Once there, we encounter… Continue reading Whiplash Review
Probably the greatest moment to happen in film for about…FOREVER! Star Wars is back and it has showcased its first trailer for Episode 7 which is titled The Force Awakens! This is the first Star Wars film to be released under the wings of Disney! With JJ Abrams in the directors chair, it looks promising,… Continue reading Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens Trailer