Tag - Ian Holm

Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins, holding Sting, from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Wayhomer Review #138: The Hobbit: An...

Episode #138 for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D, in which our protagonist laments watching what could have been a good movie go down the tubes due to “technical progress.” He’s amazed that two good scenes were still...

Annie Award Winners Announced

The annual Annie Awards, presented by the International Animated Film Society, were given out last night. And Pixar rocked the house, taking Best Animated Feature for Ratatouille, Best Animated Short Subject, and THQ even won for their...

Del Toro to Helm Holm in The Hobbit?

Okay, probably not Sir Ian, but it was too good a headline to pass up. And it could happen. De-aging CG technology is pretty good these days. Or…who knows. Anyway, yes, Guillermo Del Toro is reportedly in talks to direct The Hobbit and...

Lord of War (2005) – 27 Second Review

Written & Directed by: Andrew NiccolStarring: Nicolas Cage, Ethan Hawke, Bridget Moynahan, Jared Leto, Ian Holm, Eamonn Walker Review: Of course I’m going to like this movie. It’s about guns. And what guns do. The politics...

Naked Lunch Criterion Collection DVD

Naked Lunch (1991) – DVD Review

Bill Lee (Weller) is a...well, he's nowhere near a normal joe. He's an exterminator, yes, and he hangs out with a couple of writers (Nicholas Campbell & Michael Zelniker).

The Fifth Element (1997) – DVD Review

Film: DVD: Written and Directed by: Luc BessonStarring: Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm, Chris Tucker Released by: Sony PicturesRegion: 1Rating: PG-13Anamorphic: Yeah buddy. My Advice: Borrow It. A big ball of Evil is...

The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) –...

Written by: Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson & Frances Walsh, based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien Directed by: Peter JacksonStarring: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Sean Bean My Advice: Don’t miss it...

Brazil Criterion Collection DVD

Brazil (1985) – DVD Review

"The "Love" edition shows you--and commentator David Morgan details it for you--what Hollywood would do to every single film if they could only lay their paws upon it. I honestly believe this. Every piece of subtlety smashed just like the...