The award for the most ridiculous title has to go to this – Pawn Sacrifice. I literally have spent the past two hours starring at this thinking it said Prawn. Good grief. Anyway, it’s not any type of aquatic animal Starring Tobey Macguire, the film revolves around chess genius Bobbie Fischer who squares off against Russian rival Boris Spassky in the acclaimed 1972 “Match of … Continue reading Pawn Sacrifice – Brand New Trailer
It is always refreshing when you see an actor you feared typecast allowed to spread their wings and seek out different roles. Such is the case when it comes to Danny Pudi, probably best known for his role as Abed Nadir on Community. Whilst he is leaving the character role of a somewhat autistic, film obsessive, he’s still flying fairly close to home by staying … Continue reading The Tiger Hunter – Brand New Trailer!
If you spend a lot of your time immersed in films and documentaries, then September in the UK is like Christmas. You’ve got the run up to The BFI London Film Festival in October and you have the Open City Documentary to kickstart your month with a blinding list of factual tales that are guaranteed to have you frothing at the mouth! Last week, the … Continue reading Open City Documentary Festival – Programme Revealed!
I can’t begin to imagine the terror that must come when you find yourself in the middle of a revolutionary uprising, yet this is the premise of A Taxi Driver as it tells the story of the titular driver after he picks up a journalist who asks to be taken to Gwanju, a town that has been blockaded by the military due to a student … Continue reading A Taxi Driver – Brand New Trailer
A combination of Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem and Darren Aronofsky should promise nothing but good things, and when they slowly tease out a horror film that looks filled to the brim with insane horror, and creepy strangers, you can count most of us here at We Make Movies on Weekends on board! The film revolves around a couple in a seemingly secluded house When a … Continue reading mother! – Brand New Trailer & Clips!
Early in Table 19, a comedy of embarrassment that is just cringe-worthy, Eloise (Anna Kendrick) takes a lighter to a wedding invitation. I don’t think she went far enough: she should have set the whole script on fire. Continue reading Table 19 – Review