Looking down at my worst of 2011 list it seems I managed to avoid many of this year’s cinematic duds, but let me tell you that having to sit through the animation atrocity that was Mars Needs Moms, the ice cold Chalet Girl and Dream House, the horror-thriller no-one wanted to be associated with, was more than enough to see me through.
The films I’ve chosen – and believe me when I say it was a very easy process – are what I believe to represent the most reprobate films I saw Continue reading
Fortuitous publisher Will Atenton (Daniel Craig) relocates his wife (Rachel Weisz) and two children (Taylor and Claire Geare) to a seemingly idyllic house in a picturesque New England town. As they adjust to their environment, they discover that their new house is actually the scene of an old murder. Attempting to piece together exactly what happened, Will, with the aid of his amiable neighbour (Naomi Watts), uncovers the unsettling truth behind the deplorable events.
What begins as an unnerving, rousing thriller, hits an altogether sour note once the – quite frankly outrageous – midway plot twist is revealed. From Continue reading
1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 – £4.6M
2. Arthur Christmas – £2.5M
3. My Week With Marilyn – £749,000 Continue reading
Director: Jonathan Levine
Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anna Kendrick Continue reading
1. Real Steel – $27.3M
2. The Ides Of March – $10.4M
3. Dolphin Tale – $9.1M Continue reading
1. Dolphin Tale – $14.2M
2. Moneyball – $12.5M
3. The Lion King 3D – $11.1M Continue reading