Sadly, I did not have time to partake in this month’s Film Club over at What About the Twinkie. However, if you’d like to go and see some awesome folks talking about Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown, then I can’t recommend the following post enough!
Another amazing Question of the Month from my buddy Luke at Oracle of Film. This time we are talking about our favorite Star Wars characters. Pretty much half of the gang choose the same character, but it might not be the character you’d expect. Really, you should just go and have a read.
Can you feel it? Star Wars is almost upon us. It seems so long ago since we last were treated to that titanic battle between Obi Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker on a volcanic planet. Since then, there has definitely been a void in the lives of every Star Wars fan out there. Yes, perhaps the original trilogy should have stayed a trilogy and maybe the prequels should have taught us that movie history is best left alone, but there is nothing like the anticipation of an upcoming Star Wars movie. Han Solo is back. Luke Skywalker as a full-on Jedi Knight. Brienne of Tarth joins the cast. A new Star Wars trilogy is definitely a good thing.
So let’s celebrate. This month’s QOTM is solely dedicated to the very best of the Star Wars universe. Who is the very best Star Wars character? There are so many to choose…
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The Film Club gang is back with a vengeance! Kieran picked a pretty excellent film this time around. I mean, how could you ever go wrong with Toy Story. Go and see what everybody thought!
Another month and another edition of Film Club. This months Film Club choice was down to myself and I wanted to choose something slightly different. With that it occurred to me that we have not yet covered an animated film and I wanted to be the first to do so. A few choices went through my mind before choosing, but in the end it just had to be Pixar’s first foray into motion pictures; Toy Story.
I hope you like my pick and enjoy reading what everyone else has to say on the film.
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Today is a bittersweet day. See, on the one hand, it’s the final guest post for this year’s Blogiversary Bash, which is quite sad. But on the other hand, we’re ending a spectacular run of guests with something I have been looking forward to ever since future Oscar nom Luke Abbott released this little teaser of his post for this series. Continue reading
Well, here we are again at the start of another week, kiddos. This week is a little sad though. Why? Because it is the last week of this year’s Blogiversary Bash. 😦 But, hey, save your tears because we are going out with a big ol’ BANG. 😀 I’ve got a couple more guests and then I’ll be wrapping it all up on Friday. Continue reading
For long term Silver Screen-onians, you will already know this but for the newer folks a clarification should be made before going into this post. When it comes to Cara Gale and I, there is no more Cara Gale and Eric, there is only My Mistress and It. Continue reading
It’s a brand new week and we’re off to a lovely start with more epic Blogiversary Bash greatness! Today’s guest is movie-watching machine MovieRob, a man who has probably seen more movies in his years than Roger Ebert saw in his entire life. Haha. Seriously though, Rob’s site is filled to the brim with reviews. Continue reading
Dr. Evil joins today’s quote celebration.
Howdy and HAPPY FRIDAY!!! Has this week seemed forever long to you guys? Maybe it’s just because I took some extra time off last week. Whatever the case, it’s over, and I have a positively delightful way to end the week: with another superb Blogiversary Bash guest! Continue reading