Cameron Diaz

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  • Knight And Day

    Movie Review | Zach | 7th August 2010

    You can't help but worry about generic summer action films like Knight And Day; not because goofball Tom Cruise is the lead, but because nearly every funny or action-packed moment from the trailer passes within the first 25 minutes of the film. But don't worry - there must be something to carry the plot for the next hour and a half, right? Er, right?

  • Shrek Forever After

    Movie Review | Rob | 30th June 2010

    Shrek has been the flagship franchise of DreamWorks Animation for nigh on a decade now, constantly pulling at the coat tails of Pixar like a child desperate to be listened to. But after the underwritten, overflowing Shrek The Third failed to live up to the first two, DreamWorks may have thought about milking another potential franchise dry and retiring this old ogre back to his muddy puddle.

  • Movie trailer: The Green Hornet

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 22nd June 2010

    Ever wondered what a Seth Rogen action movie directed by Michel Gondry might look like? No, no one has. But you're about to get your first look anyway.

  • Knight And Day movie trailer

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 23rd December 2009

    Cruise! Cameron! Comedy! A pleasing lack of gun wangs!

  • Tom Cruise's Knight & Day poster has unfortunate gun placement

    Movie News | Ali | 20th December 2009

    Someone snapped a pic of the first poster for Tom Cruise's 2010 action comedy Knight & Day. Something tells me a graphic designer is going to have his iBook confiscated after this debacle.

  • The Box

    Movie Review | Ali | 6th December 2009

    I am not a fan of David Lynch. Personally, I take the Moe Szylak approach to describing his post-modern art-farts: "Y'know... Weird for the sake of weird." The example I always use in my argument is the alley troll in Mulholland Drive; a shocking moment, but one that actually made sense when the project was being shot as a TV series - Lynch, unwilling to waste film, simply left the scene in, but free of context. See? Weird for the sake of weird.