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Critics and audiences alike are buzzing over Johnny Depp’s unrecognizable self in his portrayal of gangster Whitey Bulger in the upcoming film Black Mass, as his dark locks are dyed white-blonde and he dons coloured contacts to depict the Irish-American Boston mobster.
On November 2nd, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) release the Johnny Depp: 4 Film Collection, two coming to Blu-ray for the first time, and the Harrison Ford: 5 Film Collection, three of which are also brand new to Blu-ray! To celebrate, we have Blu-ray copies to giveaway! The Johnny Depp 4 Film Collection sees the [...]
Into The Woods is a modern twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests.
The Lone Ranger is ultimately a void; lacking in practically anything that makes a film enjoyable, be it good acting, an exciting or meaningful story or intelligent direction... and at two and a half hours, that is a long time to watch something with no redeeming factor.
Dark Shadows is an incoherent, dull and nasty mess of a film, managing to be occasionally offensive yet always utterly vapid.
Courtesy of our friends at The BFI IMAX we have 3 pairs of tickets to giveaway to see Tim Burton & Johnny Depp’s latest cinematic creation on the biggest screen in Britain. Dark Shadows – The IMAX Experience (12A TBC) @ BFI Imax, Waterloo 11th – 24th May (Winners can pick when they want to [...]