The Emoji Movie, an animated film starring James Corden and Patrick Stewart, has swept the board at Hollywood’s Razzie awards, which highlight the year’s worst films.
Let’s face it, punks and skinheads are one of those old rival contingents that will never be the best of friends. The genesis of the old rivalry goes way, way back to a time when this primal culture clash of two tribes was dusting it up on the hard cobbles of 1970s Britain.
For all the lovers of the blood and gore that so famously describe the Saw franchise, audiences will probably receive great pleasure from Saulnier’s Green Room.
A tale of taking responsibility for your past actions, artistry, living out your dreams and of love, Match recounts an interview gone awry as a couple masquerading as interviewers of a Julliard dance professor and all round international lothario, as they (secretly) attempt to find out some details of his colourful past.
Dir. Bryan Singer, US, 2014, 149 mins Cast: Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page As the latest X-Men franchise offering was reviewed to high heaven last year, this will be a summary of the much-anticipated “Rogue Cut” of the film; in particular, the additional 17 minutes of footage that have been re-added. Before the...