CINEMA OF THE UNITED STATES

Movie Review: Bullet To The Head

Movie Review: Bullet To The Head

  by Lizzie Pyle

Based upon Alexis Nolent's French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete, Bullet to the Head is an action film, directed by Walter Hill, and starring action legend Sylvester Stallone. In the film, a hitman named Jommy Bobo (Sylvester [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United States, Alexis Nolent, Bullet to the Head, Entertainment/Culture, Film, movie review, Sung Kang, Sylvester Stallone, Walter Hill
56th BFI LFF Review- The Central Part Five

56th BFI LFF Review- The Central Part Five

  by Lizzie Pyle

April 19th 1989, there was a brutal assault on a 28-year-old white investment banker who was beaten, raped, bound and gagged and left for dead, suffering traumatic brain injury and sinking into a 12-day coma. Then NYC Mayor Ed Koch branded [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United States, American Express, Central Park Jogger case, Entertainment/Culture, Ken Burns, New York City, New York: A Documentary Film, news, The Central Park Five, the London Film Festival
56th BFI LFF Review - Argo

56th BFI LFF Review - Argo

  by Lizzie Pyle

Argo is based on an incredible true story from Iran in the late 70s, that was declassified by President Clinton and then the film rights quickly snapped up by George Clooney.This is Ben Affleck's third time in the Directors chair, and [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United States, Ambassador, Argo, Battle for the Planet of the Apes, Ben Affleck, Entertainment/Culture, Hollywood makeup artist, John Chambers, Ken Taylor, news, Star Trek, the Canadian Ambassador, Tony Mendez
56th BFI LFF Review- Love, Marilyn

56th BFI LFF Review- Love, Marilyn

  by Lizzie Pyle

The 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death has stimulated new books, TV shows and films, and Liz Garbus’ beautifully-made and thoughtful documentary, Love, Marilyn, is a wonderful addition the 56th BFI London Film Festival. This [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United States, Adrien Brody, Arthur Miller, Elia Kazan, Entertainment/Culture, Feature, Glenn Close, Gloria Steinem, Jeremy Piven, Joe DiMaggio, Lee Strasberg, Lindsay Lohan, Liz Garbus, Marilyn, Marilyn Monroe, news, Uma Thurman, Viola Davis, Wanda Jean
Argo LFF Gala Premiere!

Argo LFF Gala Premiere!

  by Lizzie Pyle

Last night GLAM hit the red carpet alongside the stars attending the BFI London Film Festival screening of Ben Affleck’s newest directorial venture Argo. Having already gained massive critical acclaim for his latest film, Affleck, [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United States, Argo, Ben Affleck, BFI London Film Festival, Bryan Cranston, Entertainment/Culture, Feature, John Goodman, London Film Festival, news, the London Film Festival, The Sanderson Hotel
Movie Review: Taken 2

Movie Review: Taken 2

  by Lizzie Pyle

After his daughter Kim (Maggie Grace) was nearly sold into sex trafficking in Taken, Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) finds his family in another sticky situation when Kim’s mum (Famke Janssen) is kidnapped by a vengeful criminal (Rade [...]

Tags: Cinema of the United States, Bryan Mills, Entertainment/Culture, Famke Janssen, Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, news, Taken 2