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Will (Simon Bird), Neil (Blake Harrison), Simon (Joe Thomas) and Jay (James Buckley), four socially troubled eighteen-year-olds from the south of England, go on holiday to Crete in The Inbetweeners, an adaptation of the hit BBC America series that beat out Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 at the UK box office. So it must be doing something right! Stop being such a U.S. film snob and take a look. Otherwise, you might just be missing out on one of the best comedies of the fall. See it now, and then bitch about how MTV ruined it with their impending remake (that is sure to go the way of Skins, another brilliant UK series that the network brutally bastardized).
The Inbetweeners - Red Band Trailer
By Jason Lees, MoreHorror.com
Some movies you just can’t recommend enough, and some you see once and can’t believe that they get this much hype. I can think of dozens of films killed by all the positive buzz that turns off the audience and builds up expectations that simply can’t be met. I loved The Cabin In The Woods but I got sick of hearing everyone saying how good it was, especially me. Yea, it was damned good, but it didn’t change cinema or reinvent the wheel.
The Loved Ones (Starring Stars: Xavier Samuel, Robin McLeavy and Victoria Thaine) also isn’t going to change the way we see movies, but I’ll be damned if it didn’t make me stand up and take notice. Shot a few years ago in Australia and slowly released on overseas DVD, this is so much more than the sum of its parts. »
***Update - 06/06/12: Our Django Unchained trailer premiere is now live on Fandango. See it now at fandango.com/djangounchained !**** If you stopped by the Django Unchained Facebook Page or Twitter account, you undoubtedly saw the suggestive tease that read, "Big news this week!" Check back Wednesday afternoon for Fandango's exclusive premiere of the trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Following the trailer, you'll be able to sign up for a Fandango Fan Alert which will provide you with advance ticketing showtimes for Django Unchained the minute they're available. Those who sign up will also have a chance to win tickets to the film's world premiere, as part of a special Fandango sweepstakes. Entry details can be...
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Some girls get the world. Others, like Kristen Stewart’s Bella Swan for instance, marry the vampire of their dreams and then tumble down the rabbit hole that is immortality. When your hubs Robert Pattinson has to bite your monster baby out of your tummy, and it’s life and death consequences, you really have few alternatives but to be turned, but for Kristen Stewart in the much loved Stephenie Meyer penned role, let’s face it, the end of the Twilight Saga brings with it all her dreams come true. In fact, a few, like motherhood, she didn’t even know she had. Not that there isn’t a dangerous threat in store for the Cullens and wolves alike in Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn part two, but one thing happens that we have all been waiting for. Bella wakes as a newborn vampire. The wait is over my friends. »
- Sasha Nova
4 items from 2012
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