FILM SPOTTING: WFF 2009 edition | Part One

I’m not sure if there will be a part two of my WFF film spotting, but there might be ;-P Won’t have time to attend the Warsaw Film Festival properly this year or to read through exactly what they’re showing, but here’s some stuff that caught my eye immediately, just by looking at the [...]

Duplicate - one of Shahrukh’s craziest comedies

Duplicate (India, 1998)
Seen: Saturday, 12th September 2009 (DVD, repeat viewing)
Runtime: 158′
Director: Mahesh Bhatt
Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Juhi Chawla, Sonali Bendre, Farida Jalal, Kajol (cameo)
Production House: Dharma Productions
Plot: Bablu is a very sweet guy who works as a cook and Manu is an evil and perverted gangster. The problem is that they both look the same…

Impressions [...]

Today is the International Day of Peace! :)

The Day After Peace is a film that had a huge impact on me. Ever since I watched it (which was in October last year), I promised myself that I would somehow support the efforts of Peace Day.
The 21st of September is a very special day because it aims to be a day of global [...]

Little Fetishes (or why I’ve always been confused about why other girls enjoy looking at photos of celebrities)

This blog post got me thinking way more than I would have ever thought possible - what was originally meant to be just a reply in the comments section there is now turning into a horrendously long blog post ;)
I don’t know if Andreja is reading this… but I’m sure she remembers when she brought [...]

Colin Firth wins Best Actor at the Venice film festival (A Single Man spotted)

A Single Man (USA, 2009)
Release Date (worldwide): Unknown at this time…
Runtime: 99′
Director: Tom Ford
Cast: Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Matthew Goode, Ginnifer Goodwin, Nicholas Hoult
Production House: Artina Films, Depth of Field, Fade to Black Productions
Plot: (from imdb)
A story that centers on an English professor who, after the sudden death of his partner tries to go [...]

Free documentary films on-line

Wednesday, 9 September 2009, 11:19 | Category : Crumbs, Film
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Free documentary films is always a good thing, so if you’re interested check out DocBoat, which is an on-line documentary film festival (this year is its first edition :)).

Tom Felton at DragonCon

More and more clips of Tom Felton at DragonCon are popping up on youtube and it just defies belief lol It’s a really crazy interview. From what I can make out, at this time clips of two Q&A sessions have appeared. Two more sessions are still to come I think.
The first Q&A did not receive [...]

Tom Felton on the Harry/Draco phenomenon

Tom Felton is doing publicity at Dragoncon in Atlanta at the moment. And finally the fans there have asked what I’ve always wanted to hear ;) Kind of amusing that he’s not had that question pop up in any of the interviews I’ve seen of his before (then again I’ve never heard Daniel Radcliffe being [...]

Exams = random fixations

Amazingly enough as long as I was working on my BA project I was actually fixating on the project rather than on some random actor I like, but now that I’m having a bit of a break from the project and I’m supposed to be studying for exams (Artificial Intelligence is the one I’m pretending [...]

A cute 80s alien flick (Explorers reviewed)

Movie abstinence finally broken, but I still have withdrawal symptoms :]
Explorers (USA, 1985)
Seen: Wednesday, 2nd September 2009 (VHS)
Runtime: 109′
Director: Joe Dante
Cast: Ethan Hawke, River Phoenix, Jason Presson, James Cromwell
Production House: Paramount Pictures
Plot: Three boys get hold of some strange technology that ends up taking them up into space.

Impressions In Short
Cute *grin*
More About the Film
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