It is long past time that the BBFC fundamentally reassessed their ratings guidelines.
Films like Baby Driver and Guardians of the Galaxy may be drawing attention to them, but Playlist Movies have been a dominating force in Teen Films for decades.
Don’t go chasing trends, y’all/Please stick to original ideas and unique points-of-view.
It’s time. This week on Screen 1, Lucy and Callum take on the finale to the Hunger Games series with an in-depth and spoiler-free (although there are allusions to certain twists, as a heads up) review, as well as playing a bunch of tracks by artists featured on the various film soundtracks. There are also… Read More Screen 1 (23/11/2015)
A step-up from Divergent, if nothing else, Insurgent still isn’t compelling or really any good.
Unbroken takes home a silver medal, Into The Woods busts out The Gambler, Big Eyes sees little money, The Interview did alright, [Insert Tasteless Joke About American Sniper Beating Selma Here], and Other Box Office News.
The Hobbit sorta loses its battle against its five prior armies, the sun sorta came out today for Annie, sorta not many people wanted to spend one last Night At The Museum… it’s a weekend of qualifiers is what I’m getting at, and Other Box Office News.
The people were rather unmoved by Exodus: Gods And Kings, Top Five thankfully makes the top five, Inherent Vice has the worst opening of anything ever, Wild runs wild on you, brother, and Other Box Office News.
Self-fulfilling prophecy comes true as nothing really makes money or switches places since nothing came out, and Other Box Office News.
Mockingjay insults the rest of the chart, Penguins Of Madagascar smile and wave goodbye to a lot of money, nobody particularly like Horrible Bosses now, and Other Box Office News.