Tag Archives | R-16s
Tim is about to be released from protective custody. We’re not quite sure what happened him and his sister ten […]
Posted on 15 June 2014 | By Fence | Leave a response
based on the true story of Richard Kuklinski. In 1986 Richard Kuklinski was arrested for murder, he worked as a […]
Posted on 10 June 2013 | By Fence
Nina Sayers is a ballerina in the New York Ballet. She lives with her mother, and her whole live revolves […]
Posted on 30 January 2011 | By Fence | 3 responses
Writ: Jane Goldman & Matthew Vaughn based on the graphic novel by Mark Millar & John Romita Jr.
With all the people out there who love comic books, with all those millions of people who love superheroes, why hasn’t anyone ever tried it. That’s what Dave Lizewski wonders. It isn’t that he thinks it is sensible, but surely it stands to reason that someone, somewhere will try it? Or has tried it? Well, why not him. So he goes online and buys a scuba diving suit, and low and behold, Kick-ass is born. Things do not go well for him. He’s a weedy teenager out on his own trying to fit the bad guys. He gets his ass kicked, on more than one occasion, but he also gets famous. And comes to the attention of Big Daddy and Hit-Girl, two real superheroes who know enough about their job to keep themselves totally secret. Did I mention that Hit-Girl is like eleven or something?
Posted on 22 April 2010 | By Fence | 3 responses
IMDb ; OtherReviews David Kepesh, sometime narrator of this film, is an ageing lecturer. Or an ageing Tom Cat, going […]
Posted on 13 September 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
Based on the comic by Steve Niles & Ben Templesmith I’ll admit that I was a little disappointed that when […]
Posted on 12 November 2007 | By Fence | 2 responses
Proudly proclaiming the fact that this is from the same people who brought us The 40 Year Old Virgin this […]
Posted on 1 September 2007 | By Fence | 6 responses
This is based on the true story of a serial killer in the 1970′s in California who highlighted his murders with cryptic letters to newspapers. He killed at random, and called himself The Zodiac, and wrote his letters in a code. He also often sent bloodstained items of clothes along with these letters as a sort of proof. He was never caught. Robert Graysmith was working as a cartoonist at one of the newspapers where the letters arrived, and became caught up in the case. The film is based on his book of the events of the time.
Posted on 17 June 2007 | By Fence
A cynical, war weary, world-renowned journalist returns home, for the first time in 17 years, in order to attend his […]