Friday, November 18, 2011

Life's Too Short

The show centers on Warwick Davis in his day-to-day life, complete with the frustrations he faces.
Starring Johnny Depp, Ricky Gervais, Warwick David and Stephen Merchant is a new hilarious comedy playing on BBC.

Here are some scenes from episode two. Click Images to enlarge

           Johnny Depp making Warwick Davis dance to the flute

Johnny Depp stuffing Warwick Davis in a toilet calling him names

     Johnny Depp, Ricky Gervais, and Steve Merchant having a chat

      Warwick Davis dressed in a bear costume at a wedding

This is a must see show and is on the air right now, check it out!

Monday, April 11, 2011


Hey guys, just reached 10,000 views! Thanks to all our followers for the support!

Friday, March 25, 2011

A few awesome directors

Here's a few awesome modern directors who'se work you should be watching.

Kim Jee-Woon

                                                        I Saw the Devil
 An insane movie about a man on the trail of revenge against the serial killer who killed his pregnant wife.

                                                      A Bittersweet Life
 A movie about the workings of the korean mob and one of the enforcers who gets turned on by his own people.

                                                      A Tale of Two Sisters
 A chilling horror / psychological thriller movie about a young girl who returns to her home with her sister after something horrible happened to them.

Park Chan-Wook

                                                Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
 A blood-curdling movie about a man who kidnaps a young girl to pay for his sisters surgery and how it all goes horribly wrong.

 What is now considered a modern classic, this movie is a must-see. The story is of a man locked into a room for 15 years with no knowledge of who the perpetrators are or why they are doing it, then he's released and has 5 days to get his revenge.

                                                    Joint Security Area
 An amazing movie about the murder of two north korean soldiers on the border between both koreas and the investigation into it.

Paul Thomas Anderson

                                                         Boogie Nights
One of my favorite movies ever, this masterpiece needs no introduction. Go watch it.

                                                     There Will Be Blood
 Sporting one of the best performances in recent memory by Daniel Day-Lewis, this movie is one of the best character studies ever made.

 A beautifully shot movie about seemingly unrelated lives that become intrically related, this movie is a must-see for any movie lover.

- Colin

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

My Big Fat Greek Wedding is the most profitable movie of all time earning a 6150% return on investment.


This movie made over $368.7 million worldwide, becoming one of the top romantic films of the 21st Century with just a 5 million dollar budget. It was even the fifth highest grossing film in 2002. I find this shocking.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Colin's Oscar Predictions

So the Oscars are tomorrow night and although I dont really care much about them Im gonna write my predictions because everyone else is so here goes:

Actor in a Leading Role
Javier Bardem in "Biutiful"
Jeff Bridges in "True Grit"
Jesse Eisenberg in "The Social Network"
Colin Firth in "The King's Speech"
James Franco in "127 Hours"

Who will win : Colin Firth
Who should win: For once I'm very impressed with the list of best actors and I think all the actors are worthy of it. Personal choice though is Jesse Eisenberg.

Actor in a Supporting Role
Christian Bale in "The Fighter"
John Hawkes in "Winter's Bone"
Jeremy Renner in "The Town"
Mark Ruffalo in "The Kids Are All Right"
Geoffrey Rush in "The King's Speech"

Who will win: Christian Bale
Who should win: Christian Bale, although Geoffrey Rush was just as good.

Actress in a Leading Role
Annette Bening in "The Kids Are All Right"
Nicole Kidman in "Rabbit Hole"
Jennifer Lawrence in "Winter's Bone"
Natalie Portman in "Black Swan"
Michelle Williams in "Blue Valentine"

Who will win: Natalie Portman
Who should win: Natalie Portman

Actress in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams in "The Fighter"
Helena Bonham Carter in "The King's Speech"
Melissa Leo in "The Fighter"
Hailee Steinfeld in "True Grit"
Jacki Weaver in "Animal Kingdom"

Who will win: Hailee Steinfeld or Melissa Leo
Who should win: I was a little annoyed at seeing Hailee nominated for supporting when she was the main character of her movie but I still hope she wins.

Best Picture:
Black Swan
The Fighter
The Kids are Alright
The Kings Speech
127 Hours
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
True Grit
Winters Bone

Who will win: Coin flip between The Social Network and The Kings Speech
Who definitely wont win: The fighter (bale wins), Inception ( will win all the effects categories and original screenplay), the kids are alright (terrible nomination), 127 hours, toy story 3 ( gets best animated) and winters bone.
Who should win: As posted in my previous top 5 list of movies of the year, my favorite of the year is Black Swan. However I would also be content with The social network or Toy story 3 winning as I also adored both of them.

Others predictions
Animated : Toy Story 3
Cinematography : Black Swan or True Grit
Directing : Tom Hooper for The Kings Speech
Score: The Social Network
Foreign : Biutiful
Adapted Screenplay : The Social Network or Winters Bone
Original Screenplay : Inception or Kings speech

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Next goal 1000!!

Me and Colin have obtained 100 followers, its been a lot of fun writing to you guys and I hope we can keep it up. And thanks everyone for coming to our blog and sharing, reading and commenting on our content, Thanks again.


Saturday, February 19, 2011

Colin and Nick's Top 5 Movies of the Last Decade

So these are our favorite movies from 2000-2010, we were going to do in January but we are just so lazy.

                                        Nick's top 5

                                                 5. Gangs of New York
An awesome movie about the gang rivalries in New York in the 1860s. My 2nd favorite Scorsese movie (after Taxi Driver), Daniel Day-Lewis gives, I think, his best performance ever in this, completely overshadowing Leonardo DiCaprio.

                                                      4. Inception
 My favorite film of 2010, this movie was extremely intense to watch in theaters, the effects were amazing throughout the movie but really its the whole concept of going in the dreams I found really interesting. The music was also pretty intense.

                                                      3. Gladiator
 Amazing action, acting, music, story and cinematography. What would you want, to be entertained?

                                                  2. American Psycho
 An amazing satire on the 80's ''Wall Street'' attitude, this movie is both hilarious and insane. Christian Bale gives the performance of a lifetime in an incredibly entertaining movie.

                                                     1. Donnie Darko
 My favorite movie of all time, nevermind just the last decade, this movie encompasses the life of a teenager living a bizarre and fragile life. Getting the occasional visit from a giant bunny, he delves deeper into madness while retaining a seemingly normal teenage life. Jake Gyllenhaal's best performance , this film is a must-see.

                                                 Colin's top 5

                                                  5. This is England
 An amazing and very underrated movie about the racist neo-nazi skinhead subculture of England. Stephen Graham (Snatch, Boardwalk Empire) gives one of the best performance of any movie I've ever seen. The music is also fantastic

                                                      4. City of God
 A stunning movie about the ghettos and life in the City of God, the most insane thing about this movie is that it's all based on a true story. Violence, drugs, love and good music, this film could be about rock and roll but its about The violence and corruption of Brazil.

                                             3. No Country for Old Men
 One of the Coen brothers' best movie, this film is intense from the start till the end. The cinematography is thrilling and beautiful throughout, the lack of soundtrack just adds to the intensity and reality of the movie. The three main actors all also give stunning performances.

                                               2. Let the Right One In
 An extremely beautiful and disturbing movie about the relationship between two outcasts of society, a young bullied boy and a vampire who has kept her body for a very long time. The acting, cinematography and music are all done to perfection in this must-see movie.

                                                       1. Oldboy
 A masterpiece beyond comparison, this movie kept me on the edge till the end. It's hard to choose a favorite among the Vengeance trilogy (sympathy for mr.vengeance and lady vengeance are the others) but this one has so many memorable scenes and moments that it's too hard not to put it at #1. The soundtrack is also one of the best I've ever heard.