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Daniel Craig To Make Two More James Bond Films After SKYFALL

It has been announced that Daniel Craig has signed on for two more James Bond films, a number which (if made) would bring his total to five films – one more than Pierce Brosnan – making him the third longest serving Bond behind Roger Moore (7) [...]

September 9, 2012

Pierce Brosnan And Dominic Cooper Star In THE NOVEMBER MAN

Pierce Brosnan is set to re-team with his Dante’s Peak director Roger Donaldson for The November Man, the long-in-development spy thriller that is also set to star Dominic Cooper. November Man was first announced almost a decade ago, and I thought [...]

May 16, 2012

1999: A Movie Year In Review (Part Two)

Welcome to Part 2 of our 1999 Movie Retrospective. The final year of the last century was one hell of a cinematic ride and it offered some outstanding films for lovers of cinema. Now be aware that this is not a definitive list of the films released [...]

May 15, 2012

DVD Killed The Cinema Star

DVD has changed cinema, forever. Okay, it hasn’t changed how films look and sound, but it has changed the way that we view them. A little over 10 years ago when you wanted to watch a movie, you had to watch it on the big screen at a movie theatre. [...]

May 13, 2012

Pierce Brosnan Joins Owen Wilson In THE COUP

  Former James Bond, Pierce Brosnan is set to join Owen Wilson in director John Eric Dowdle’s The Coup. According to Deadline: “[The film] centers on an American family that moves to Southeast Asia and finds itself entangled in a violent [...]

May 2, 2012

Interview: Writer/Director Richard Shepard

Richard Shepard is fast becoming a well respected writer-director following the release of The Matador and now the well reviewed The Hunting Party starring Richard Gere and Terrance Howard. In the film Gere and Howard are among a group of [...]

April 8, 2012

Review: Daniel Craig Is James Bond In QUANTUM OF SOLACE

As a life long James Bond fan I always look forward to new adventures from the super-spy. My very first cinematic memory is watching Roger Moore’s final outing as Bond in A View To A Kill, and my teenage years and early twenties were filled with [...]

April 7, 2012

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