This is something I have been putting together for quite a long time now and I have held off posting it or even attempting to start the blog post in fear that I have forgotten and somehow missed a favourite film from the list. Barring in mind I got up to 72 films and then had to cut it down to the 50. I would like to make clear these are my favourite films, some might have happened to win Oscars as well and some certainly have not at all. The way I have decided on my favourites is the sheer joy they bring and the number of rewatches I have had over the years. While I have listed 1-50 a lot of them can be shifted around and changed with each other. It is going to highlight my love for musicals and for certain actors and actresses! I doubt it will contain many surprises though!Read More »
With the DC FanDome taking place online yesterday the first look at Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the teaser trailer for The Batman was released. It really does really build the suspense for this film and will hopefully shut up the haters towards Pattinson. We are getting The Riddler and Penguin in this one!
Director Joel Schumacher has passed away at aged 80 today after a year long battle with cancer, rest in peace.
He has a wide range of films which he directed St. Elmo’s Fire, The Lost Boys, Flatliners, Dying Young, Falling Down, The Client, Batman Forever, A Time to Kill, Batman & Robin, Flawless, Phone Booth, Veronica Guerin, The Phantom of the Opera which as you can see cover many genres.
In Ireland 12 year old genius Artemis Fowl Jr must team up with his faithful servant, a dwarf and a fairy in order to rescue his father Artemis Fowl Sr.
James Clayton is recruited to take part in the chance to become a CIA agent by Walter Burke. Who seems to know a lot about his father’s past. Can he work out what is a test and what is real? Everything is about to get rather complicated for James!
Mickey Pearson an American has made himself into a British drug lord and when he plans on getting out the rumours quickly spread as different people decide they want to take over the highly profitable empire.
Having already mentioned what a huge year 2009 is for Let’s Go To The Movies, formed in the February to be exact. That was therefore a massive year in terms of reviews for 2009 films, catching as many as I possibly could at the cinema and then reviewing them. Something I have grown to love over the past decade!
I don’t feel as though this was really an outstanding decade in terms of films and/or performances but we certainly were given plenty of entertainment. The 3D film was pushed a lot and in a few different ways which is something that Avatar really was groundbreaking with, however after ten years maybe that film was more of a gimmick than actually an amazing film? I certainly think so.
When a young elephant is born with oversized ears he helps a struggling circus when two children realise he has the ability to fly. This soon catches the attention of a man who wants Dumbo to be the star attraction of his new venture, but is everything as it seems?
Dr. Steven Murphy must eventually face his past when a teenage boy named Martin who you had taken under his wing begins to act very strangely once he meets his family.
I have been trying to boycott these live action remakes from Disney but they keep putting together good casts. I mean just look at Michael Keaton on his poster, how can I not go and see a film where Michael Keaton looks like that? Also Colin Farrell is in this too!