Best of, and worst of, lists for the year of 2013 are everywhere. Clearly, this is subjective territory and for everyone who declares, “This film is a giant pile of drivel” someone else claims, “That pile of drivel is the new Citizen Kane.” Opinions are flying because – oooh, ahhh – everyone’s gearing up for award season! With winner pools, layman ballots, even an Academy-sponsored bingo sheet available for download, Oscar parties appear to be all the rage. You won’t need to hire your photographer friends to play paparazzi and yell at attendees all night or an actual length of scarlet carpeting – all you need is a little ingenuity.
THANK GOD FOR THAT.
*Competition ends 17th November 2013* It’s time to meet a new generation of students as life at McKinley High continues with Glee: Season 4, out on DVD and Blu-Ray now…
It’s not that we don’t love Austen, alright? It’s not that we don’t know that everyone loves Austen, and not loving Austen is a crime punishable by excommunication, execution and the interminable exhaustion of Being Wrong on the internet. We love Austen too, in a limited but very real sense. But you can have enough Austen. You can.
Summer is coming, guys! It really, genuinely is – we’ve seen sunshine and weather reports and everything. But, you know, there’s no point losing your head to the season; in fact, looking at the plethora of summer movies on offer, summer is in fact the DEADLIEST time of year. Ever. So, in a bid to keep all of our loyal BFF patrons alive, here’s the top 10 things to avoid this summer – as seen in the movies…
Richard Gere seems intent on re-inventing himself. After years of being the romantic leading man, Gere has switched gears (Gere/gears… get it?… ummm… never mind) and has scrounged up every role that can leave him in any kind of villainous light. Trust us when we say that his name WILL come up at some point during your lifetime so it’s best to be well-prepared with our handy-dandy cheat sheet!
At BestForFilm, we take the attitude that people who buy Tesco value beefburgers probably deserve whatever they get. However, if your lunch has been interrupted by some unwanted equine DNA (and let’s face it, who wants DNA in their lunch? It’d get tangled round the salad) then we can offer assistance. For your lip-smacking delectation, we present the top 10 burgers in cinema – and there’s not a horse to be seen.
Legolas is back! At Lego-last…
Warrior. Thief. Pensioner.
It’s finally happened – Hollywood has run out of ideas. The blockbuster schedule is looking dead this week (at least until Brave and The Bourne Legacy make an appearance on Monday), and Best For Film Towers is accepting foreign aid to get them through the difficult times. Juice your 橙s and 柠檬s (oh yeah, we’re getting our Chinese on) and let’s faire cette chose!