Matt Damon Tribute
Matt Damon turns 45 today!
I would have done a comedy skit with Matt Damon to celebrate his birthday with hilarious sketches of roles he has done throughout his career but James Corden beat me to it! I suppose we’ll have to make do with a blog post about him! Check out the James Corden skit when you have time, it is great fun.
My 100th Post!
With it being my 100th post, I thought I would share some things about me, and I have done that through some top tens of films, books, songs, actors, actresses and places that I like. I also want to say thank you to all my followers that have made me feel that my blog is somewhat interesting and have left comments and liked my blog posts. I know this is a bit of a long post and I apologise for that, but I can assure you this will be the longest post I ever do … until the 200th!
Which film are you waiting for?
The last 5 months or so of 2015 seems to have an abundance of quality films coming out and I was wondering which film everybody is looking forward to the most. Bond? Star Wars? Mockingjay? Something else?
Scorch Trials, The Martian, Bridge of Spies, Spectre, Mockingjay Part 2, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Snowden and The Revenant are the films I have chosen that will be the most popular and talked about over the next few months and afterwards.
Another edition of More Short Film Ratings including Basic Instinct, The Departed, 500 Days of Summer, 10 Things I Hate About You and The Impossible. Though perhaps this edition should be called Longish Film Ratings as I have gone into a bit more detail this week, especially The Impossible, due to the high standard of films I have watched recently.
Sorry for the sordid post that’s popped up in your Reader among the eloquent and insightful book reviews, deep and meaningful quotes accompanying a black and white photograph, as well as the funny and devoted people that run fan pages! But I have been in the mood for watching American Teen/College comedy films. I like watching these types of films because I don’t worry about any reviews for them because quite a lot of them are very similar and there isn’t much that comes as a shock. Having said that, some of the hijinks that occur in some of these films are hilarious and also at the same time unbelievable, due to the fact that some writer has thought this up or has based it on personal experiences. It is also quite fun to spot some actors that you become fans of in roles that you wouldn’t expect to see them in. Nod to Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks (all Wet Hot American Summer), Chris Evans, Josh Radnor (Not Another Teen Movie), Matt Damon (Eurotrip) and Neil Patrick Harris (Harold & Kumar).