Comedy and drama are regarded as easily distinguishable forms, but movies like White House Down prove defining them is not so simple.
Writer/director Quentin Tarantino cranks the dial up to 11 for a wickedly entertaining take on a Spaghetti Western -- and makes his best film since Pulp Fiction.
Just who is the law abiding citizen in Law Abiding Citizen? Certainly not Gerard Butler aka Clyde Shelton, a pushed-over-the-line newborn psychopath who dedicates his existence to bloody revenge against all and sundry after the murderers of his wife and daughter get off with a lean sentence. And surely not Jamie Foxx, who plays state […]
Earlier this year myself and some Twitter buddies played a game called #nicer filmtitles. As its title suggests, the game all about taking the name of popular films and making them, well, nicer. For example, The Empire Strikes Back becomes The Empire Writes A Strongly Worded Letter. The Day the Earth Stood Still becomes The […]