That guy who does Bad Movie Beatdown and Projector and occasionally other TGWTG stuff rambles about things that are too long for Twitter.

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It’s a brand new Bad Movie Beatdown, where Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl make a deadly duo in tedious action rom-com Killers, but one lethal pairing deserves another: can me and Ursa from Stuff You Like take them out?

I think you speeeled stuff wrong Mat :P

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It’s a brand new Bad Movie Beatdown, where Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl make a deadly duo in tedious action rom-com Killers, but one lethal pairing deserves another: can me and Ursa from Stuff You Like take them out?

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The Brit-crime genre takes a trip to Miami in Plastic, a thriller inspired by a true story - but I find it hard to warm to a bunch of teenagers credit card scammers, recession or not, and feel it’s as vapid as the title implies.

US Release Date: September 26th (cinemas)

Re-blogging, as it’s now playing in limited US release.

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I join Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac on a tense journey across Greece laced with lies and deceit in Patricia Highsmith adaptation The Two Faces of January, a directorial debut from the writer of Drive that would truly make Hitchcock himself proud…

US Release Date: August 28th (VOD), September 26th (cinemas)

Re-blogging, as it is now out on US VOD.

Re-blogging again, as it is now on limited US theatrical release.

New Projector review! I explore the world of The Boxtrolls just beneath my feet, lovingly crafted by Laika, the creative hands that made Coraline and ParaNorman - but is it up to the same quality?

US Release Date: September 26th (cinemas)

specialcolorfulshabon asked:

Will you do a Projector review of Boychoir once it's out in the UK?

If it opens in my area, and before it does in the US, I see no reason why not. I did do Dustin Hoffman’s last directed film, Quartet.

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New Projector review! Simon Pegg goes on a star-studded, around-the-world journey looking into what makes people happy in Hector and the Search for Happiness, but he only ends up turning my smile upside down.

US Release Date: September 19th, 2014 (cinemas)

Reblogging as it is now playing in the US in limited release in New York and Los Angeles. The Guest is also now playing, and I recommend you catch that.

New Projector review! I give my full support to Pride, a superb true story of gay activists coming to the aid of striking Welsh miners, in a movie that deserves to join the likes of Billy Elliot and The Full Monty, and features an all-star cast including Imelda Staunton, Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Paddy Considine and Sherlock's Andrew Scott.

US Release Date: September 26th (cinemas)

I pop up in Nostalgia Critic/MikeJ’s Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance video, so here’s me taking on the original Ghost Rider, where Nicolas Cage sets his head (and career) on fire!

Originally posted: September 19th, 2011