2011 Oscars – My Views on the Ceremony

This years Oscar ceremony was completely predictable, King’s Speech won big, Social Network won a few, Inception should have got a lot more and True Grit was completely snubbed. Here are my views on the categories that I thought were the most interesting. Best Supporting Actress – Melissa Leo got great reviews for her performance… Continue reading 2011 Oscars – My Views on the Ceremony

My Thoughts on the Empire Awards 2011

First thing’s first, thank the good lord that there is an awards ceremony that honors the geeky side of film. I will give my thoughts on each category in order to present my full thoughts on each category with the small number enabling me to do this. Here we go:Best Newcomer:Nominees: Gareth Edwards – Monsters… Continue reading My Thoughts on the Empire Awards 2011

Kramer vs Kramer Review (contains spoilers)

This is the final review in my Glasgow Film Festival series of reviews. Overall I really enjoyed the festival films I watched and the films released in the Glasgow cinemas at the time. It is a shame that I couldn’t watch Battle Royale 3D, The Deer Hunter and Superman 2: The Richard Donner Cut (first… Continue reading Kramer vs Kramer Review (contains spoilers)

True Grit Review (contains spoilers)

This is the third review in my Glasgow Film Festival series and so far this is the best film I have seen, not just at the film festival but of the year so far. True Grit is incredible, plain and simple. There will be spoilers in this review so those of you who do not… Continue reading True Grit Review (contains spoilers)

Paul Review (Contains Spoilers)

This is my second review in my Glasgow Film Festival series of reviews. Now there will be spoilers in this review so those of you who haven’t seen Paul, do not click on the jump. If you want my opinion, Paul is a very funny movie and worth all of your time, go and see… Continue reading Paul Review (Contains Spoilers)

Breakfast at Tiffany’s Review (Contains Spoliers)

First film I saw at the Glasgow Film Festival was Breakfast at Tiffany’s yesterday. Main thought, brilliant film. Audrey Hepburn is incredible as Holly Golightly and really should have got an Oscar for her performance. George (Hannibal Smith) Peppard is also great as her love interest. Mickey Rooney is really funny as Mr Yunioshi, if… Continue reading Breakfast at Tiffany’s Review (Contains Spoliers)