Tag: rhys ifans

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Proof Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Release Date July 3, 2012 Director Marc Webb Screenplay James Vanderbilt Alvin Sargent Steve Kloves Distributed By Columbia Pictures Budget $200–230 million Action, Adventure, Thriller Rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence 136 minutes The Amazing Spider-Man The Amazing Spider-man is my favorite film so far this year. Perhaps it’s my passion for Spider-man, which dates back to my childhood years as I … Read More Proof Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

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New Trailer: The Amazing Spider-Man – Official Trailer #3

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN / A new trailer was released for the Marc Webb directed Spider-Man reboot just in time to play before The Avengers on Thursday night. The big draw here were some longer shots of the villain, The Lizard, played by Rhys Ifans, who I am becoming a huge fan of more and more. Ifans will handle this villain role perfectly, with enough … Read More New Trailer: The Amazing Spider-Man – Official Trailer #3

Coming Attraction: The Amazing Spider-Man

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN / It is difficult to get me any more pumped for this film’s release, however with the new poster, Sony has successfully peaked my interest even more, with some truly fine detail put into this promotional poster. A reboot of the franchise starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, this film will definitely one of my highlights of the summer, as Spider-Man … Read More Coming Attraction: The Amazing Spider-Man

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2012 Oscars Challenge: [23] Anonymous & Costumes

[23 OUT OF 46 FILMS REMAINING]-[19 DAYS TO OSCARS] “Anonymous” is filled with great costumes, especially those of Rhys Ifans’ character, Edward de Vere, which was preeminent from the trailer and leaves a lasting impression following the film. However, it suffers some of the same fate “Jane Eyre” does as most of it has been seen before and it is not delivered in a … Read More 2012 Oscars Challenge: [23] Anonymous & Costumes

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For Your Consideration 2011: “Anonymous”

“Anonymous” is a film I will have to see before I can actually judge whether this consideration will become a nominee in any of the categories. The period-ness of the film is a good start, but with little hype for the film and a slightly nobody cast, I am not sure it will be able to contend. Best Picture** Roland Emmerich (Producer) Larry Franco … Read More For Your Consideration 2011: “Anonymous”

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Proof Review: The Replacements (2000)

The Replacements is not a hilarious movie by far, but it does have its moments and has enough of a well-known cast to keep you entertained. Plus, with Madden commentating the games, the actual football footage comes off authentic and completes the film effectively.

Movie Review: Greenberg (2010)

Greenberg is not Meet The Parents. Greenberg is not Night At The Museum. Greenberg is not Tropic Thunder, Zoolander, Dodgeball, Heavyweights, or Starsky & Hutch. Greenberg is not the Ben Stiller you know and love. Greenberg is real. Greenberg is self-righteous, self-loathing, and pretentious. Greenberg is probably not someone you would personally like to be around for more than ten minutes. Greenberg is a film about living breathing emotional people. Most people will probably not like Greenberg. Greenberg is probably alright with that.