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Everyone’s favourite monster movie gets an injection of modernity this week with Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla reboot, with rave reviews coming in across the web. To celebrate the film’s release Thn attended a press conference with the cast and crew at the Corinthia Hotel in London to talk motion capture, feminism and Bryan Cranston’s jazz hands. The monster itself was sadly unavailable for comment…
Thomas – I heard you say that you’ve been waiting your entire life for this Godzilla film, why was now the right time for you and this group of incredible people?
Thomas Tull [Producer]: Well now was the right time because we had the rights [laughs]. But no, I’ve been a Godzilla fan since I was a little kid, and we wanted to bring fresh perspective to that and we were very fortunate to come across Gareth Edwards. If somebody had said to me a long time ago ‘look, »
- Chris Wharfe
Welcome to The Best Movie You Never Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine. This week we’ll be looking at Michael Cimino’s Year Of The Dragon! The Story: Vietnam Vet turned cop Stanley White (Mickey Rourke) is assigned to crackdown on crime in Chinatown, »
- Paul Shirey
The rarest of all possible worlds, a TV spin-off from a film that’s actually good (there’s pretty much this and M.A.S.H.), Dragons: Defenders of Berk is hitting with a Part 1 DVD on March 25th, and I’ve got a copy you can win.
So far, everything connected with this franchise has been pretty amazing, which gives one a lot of hope for the next film. The series is a lot of fun, though obviously geared a bit more toward not having to completely account for older audiences. Still, the characters are rich and fun, and it doesn’t get boring, or bogged down in routine, cliche episodic content.
If you’re a fan, or know of one, get your entry in now for your chance to take this one home.
Take a look at all the info about the release below, including the bonuses.
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- Marc Eastman
3 items from 2014
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