As we plough on through 2015, there is something to look forward to; summer blockbuster season. What makes this better is that one of the summer films released an official trailer today. That’s right folks, Mission Impossible 5 is on the horizon.
Here it is everyone; my first top ten list. This week, I’ll be doing a list of the ten best 18 rated films of all time. I am sure many of you will have different opinions on my list so I encourage you to let me know what you think in the comments below, or by tweeting me. There may be some of you who don’t necessarily want to read the entire list. I’m not offended don’t worry, which is why I have listed the numbers of the list below, which you can click to take you to that particular number. Enjoy reading!
A sequel to Disney’s 2010 ‘TRON: Legacy’ will start production this Autumn.
This may come as a surprise to those who have seen the previous film. For those who haven’t, let me enlighten you.
How can I introduce Boyhood? I could compare it to other films, or think of a witty introductory comment. But when it comes to Boyhood, this is unnecessary. It is incomparable.
Every year at the Oscars we make our predictions to whom will win the awards. This year I had all my money on Boyhood to win Best Picture. It felt obvious to me that this was the clear winner. But as Sean Penn read out the result, I let out a shocked “what?” and perhaps a swear word or two.
As we move further into 2015’s cinema offerings, The Wachowski Brothers have delivered their latest creation; Jupiter Ascending. Starring Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne, the film revolves around a young woman, after being tracked down by a hunter, realizing her true fate as the person to inherit the Earth, and those wanting to stop her.
Remember Kick-Ass? The violent, graphic novel inspired film that was a huge hit? Well the director Matthew Vaughn is back with his latest cinematic joy; Kingsman: The Secret Service.