Posts Tagged ‘Trumbo’

New Blu-ray and DVD releases June 20th 2016

New Blu-ray and DVD releases June 20th 2016 are as follows: A Month in the Country (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play) Alan Clarke at the BBC: Volume 1 – Dissent 1969-1977 (DVD Box Set) Alan Clarke at the BBC: Volume 2 – Disruption 1978-1989 (DVD Box Set) Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip (Blu-ray and DVD) Alvin […]

Movie Charts UK and US week ending February 7th 2016

This week’s Movie Charts UK and US week ending February 7th 2016 are as follows: 1. Goosebumps (censored) (trailer) 2. Dad’s Army (trailer) 3. The Revenant (trailer) (review) 4. Dirty Grandpa (trailer) 5. Spotlight (trailer) (review) 6. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (trailer) (review) 7. The Big Short (trailer) (review) 8. Ride Along […]

Trumbo leads the new cinema releases & trailers w/e February 5th 2016

This weekend there are six new films out for you to choose from: Oscar-nominated drama in Trumbo, alleged comedy remake in Dad’s Army, action remake in Point Break, an old idea renewed in Goosebumps, biopic drama in I Saw The Light, and dull drama in Strangerland. Trumbo tells the tale of the successful career of […]

OSCARS 2016 Nominations announced!

The OSCARS 2016 will take place on Sunday February 28th and will be broadcast on Sky in the middle of the night if you’re in the UK. The nominations are as follows: Best Picture: The Big Short Bridge of Spies Brooklyn Mad Max: Fury Road (review) The Martian (review) The Revenant (review) Room Spotlight Best […]

The London Film Festival 2015 Part 1: Big Hitters

The London Film Festival 2015 review from Helen M Jerome begins with the Big Hitters of the event. Note that for all posters featured, click on them for the full-size version. Also, this review is split over three pages. Red carpets, flashbulbs, flashing smiles, selfies, limos, tuxedos, designer frocks and rocks. The 59th London Film […]

Trumbo – Official Trailer #1 – Bryan Cranston

Trumbo tells the tale of the successful career of novelist, Hollywood screenwriter and director, Dalton Trumbo (Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston), which comes to an end when he is blacklisted in the 1940s for being a Communist. All I knew about Dalton Trumbo prior to this is that he wrote the novel and screenplay, and also […]

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