In collaboration with Alex Delaney of DEL∆NEY BY DEF∆ULT (500) Days of Summer is one of my favourite films. It’s quirky, cute, funny, somewhat insightful and overall just really good storytelling of a relationship that we can all identify with. That one girl that you always liked a lot more than she liked you and … More (500) Days of Summer: Tom’s Perspective
If you took a random person off the street and asked them to name a film director, I’d feel very confident in thinking that a large majority of them would name Steven Spielberg. It’s unsurprising really. His name is synonymous with massive blockbusters, directing some of the world’s highest grossing films and most recognisable franchises. … More Insight: Is Spielberg Completely Overrated
Last month someone asked me what my dream job would be, and for a moment I was incredibly sad. I was sad because you could quote Muhammad Ali and say that anything’s possible, or Jarvis Cocker and say that if you want something enough it’ll happen, but I’m also certain that I can never be … More Insight: Webb’s Spider-Man, Keep it Amazing
I’ve had to postpone writing this blog entry just to let the excitement subside and stop my hands shaking for long enough to allow getting finger to keyboard. Disney has acquired Lucas Film in a $4bn deal and promised, in a completely unanticipated announcement, that they plan to finally give fans the “sequel trilogy” we’ve … More Laugh it Up Fuzzballs: Star Wars is back!
James Bond is a staple of British culture. When it came to defining our nation in the opening ceremony of the Olympics, we couldn’t look any further than Daniel Craig suiting up as the World’s most famous secret agent, but over the last few decades his screen visits have become more of an obligation than … More Skyfall Review: (Dark) Knight of the British Empire