Archives for October 2010

Paul - a new trailer!

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Producer Ian | 17:22 UK time, Tuesday, 26 October 2010

oh hi there!

We were feeling a little bit depressed today because it's raining outside and we've got to go outside and get some dinner soon. Alas we thought we'd cheer ourselves up and watch the brand new trailer for 'Paul' featuring the classic combo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost... and Seth Rogan!


It's about two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien called Paul (amazing!) who brings them on a a road trip. Wowzers.

It's out on 18th Feb 2011 and you can watch the trailer here


James King's Movie Reviews - 15/10/2010

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James King | 16:58 UK time, Friday, 15 October 2010

'The Social Network' - Not just 'the Facebook' movie - this is also one of the must-see films of 2010. Exciting, energetic and some awesome performances from Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield, computer nerds who find themselves at the heart of an online phenomenon. 5 stars

'Despicable Me' - Steve Carrell voices evil mastermind Gru in this kiddy animation, packed with gags and blub-worthy cuteness. 4 stars

'Vampires Suck' - it's pretty rubbish but it's certainly better than you'd expect a Twilight spoof from the directors of Disaster Movie to be. The lead girl's great at riffing on Kristen Stewart's trademark misery too. 2 stars

Despicable Me - Exclusive Clip!

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Producer Ian | 18:39 UK time, Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Yo Blogger!

Here's a little Tuesday evening treat for you... it's an EXCLUSIVE CLIP! (well, if you're reading this in several months time, it's probably not an exclusive any more).

Despicable Me is the new animated film to feature an array of celebrities vocal talents - including Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Russell Brand and Julie Andrews - plus lots of minions! (it'll make sense when you look at the clip). First of all, here's a little picture...

Here's the clip...

It's out on October 15th.

Big Up

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