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Skyfall (2012)

The Bond backlash had started before I even set foot into the cinema to watch “Skyfall”. After such universally amazing plaudits from critics and moviegoers alike, rumblings of discontent had started to emerge online and within earshot. The 23rd James Bond motion picture in the franchise’s 50th anniversary year clearly sought to capture a celebration of all things 007. Did they achieve that? Continue reading

John Carter (2012)

Written and directed by Pixar’s Andrew Stanton, “John Carter” (2012) has long been derided as the box office flop of the year. Its leading actor, Taylor Kitsch, similarly has been labelled box office poison given that he also starred in the poorly received Summer blockbuster, “Battleship”(2012). Hence, my expectations were fairly low when I finally … Continue reading


Bond movie no. 23 premieres in London on October 23rd and is officially released on the 26th of October (although not till 9th November in the U.S.) The most un-secret of secret agents, James Bond, in his latest outing is already the worst kept secret so what more can I tell you that you haven’t … Continue reading

The Good, the Bad and the Weird (2008) – FULL REVIEW

Jee-woon Kim’s film, “The Good, the Bad and the Weird”, received plenty of acclaim when it was first released in 2008. Time Out London described it as “Thrilling as hell” while Ain’t it Cool news.com described it as “A pure piece of entertainment… a must see”. IMDB.com currently rate it at 7.3/10 while Rottentomatoes.com give … Continue reading

“The Good, The Bad and the Weird” (2008) – MOVIE TRAILER

Currently sitting on a respectable rating of  7.3 out of 10 on IMDB.com, this Korean Western (or “kimchee Western” as it is described by its director Jee-woon Kim) is next up to be reviewed on what is turning out to be a busy week for dustforprints.com The story concerns two outlaws and a bounty hunter … Continue reading

“Super 8” (2011)

Directed by the saviour of Hollywood, J.J. Abrams, the plot follows a group of high school kids in 1980’s backwater Ohio who want to make a ‘super 8’ movie to enter a competition. The real competition though is the fight for the heart of the movie’s leading lady, Alice Dainard, between its chubby director, Charles … Continue reading

Hobo With A Shotgun (2011)

A homeless man (Rutger Hauer) rides a freight train into a new town. World weary, this old drifter hopes for a quiet life in this new setting and modestly aspires to buy a $49.99 lawnmower. So far so “Straight Story”. Heartwarming stuff. Lovely in fact. “Welcome to F**ktown!” bellows the corrupt Chief-of-Police. It quickly transpires … Continue reading


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