There’s a certain sort of supervillain showdown we’ve been seeing a lot of lately. Why has this kind of staging become so fashionable? And how is it useful?
It looks like the old two-year pattern from years gone by might not be so easy to stick to these days.
Last we heard he was 75% sure to come back. So why did he turn it down?
Previous intel on the future of James Bond suggested that John Logan, the screenwriter who finished off Skyfall, had cooked up a two-part storyline. This was reportedly going to be set to be spread across Bond movies 24 and 25.
Glitches and goofs galore, for what it’s worth.
2012 has been the year of Spies in pop culture, perhaps more than any other. We’ve had the latest James Bond flick SKYFALL, the second season of HOMELAND as popular and big a talking point as ever, and now Kathryn …
Fifteen films across two top ten lists. What was the most searched for film of 2012?
Will Romine writes; Hello Friends! This weekend, I got around to seeing Skyfall. Overall, I’d say it did everything a Bond film was supposed to do. Little did I know after leaving the theater, that a friend of mind would …
I’d rather see Sam Mendes direct Bond 24 than anything else, I think.
See Daniel Kleinman’s work without the graffiti.
Adi has a definition of “arthouse.”
IMAX want you to pay a premium to see an inferior version of Skyfall.
A statement from the man himself.
All of that Oscars blah blah is pretty dull, I reckon, so let’s put some money on it and liven it up a bit.
A two-movie story. Will it be shot back-to-back?
Names are getting named and dates are getting dated, but what’s really going on?
Old style pride, chutzpah and élan, but fuelled a little bit by anger.