Does M Shoot James Bond In This Brief Skyfall Teaser? It's good to be James Bond under pretty much any circumstances, but that goes double for the last few days, thanks to Bond's starring role escorting the Queen of England to the Olympics Opening Ceremony via parachute. Now he's capping off all that ... 07/31/2012 - 2:45 am | View Link
(VIDEO) James Bond SKYFALL movie teaser released!!! Carrying on the grand tradition of high-impact, edge-of-your-seat thrills, Skyfall has just released its first teaser trailer. The latest James Bond 007 spy flick looks amazing, with plenty of action, explosives, and witty banter for longtime fans of... 05/21/2012 - 7:16 pm | View Link
James Bond 'Skyfall' Teaser Trailer (VIDEO) James Bond fans have been given a rare glimpse of the upcoming film "Skyfall" which is due for release in October and is arguably among the most highly anticipated films of the year. Producers are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film ... 05/21/2012 - 8:50 am | View Link
'Skyfall' Teaser Trailer: James Bond Is Done Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, the man in the tuxedo with the shaken-not-stirred martini (or maybe it's a Heineken?) is back: James Bond has returned with the first official teaser trailer for "Skyfall," his first big-screen ... 05/21/2012 - 8:45 am | View Link
'Some men are coming to kill us... we're going to kill them first': New mean and moody Skyfall teaser is released as Daniel Craig returns as Bond And with just a week away before filming is finally wrapped up on the new James Bond film Skyfall, the producers have now released the first teaser trailer of the movie. It coincides with the 50th anniversary of the iconic franchise so producers ... 05/21/2012 - 5:37 am | View Link
Indie Focus: 'Lenny Cooke' chronicles the miscalculations and bad decisions that killed a sports prodigy's career before it ever started. As unlikely as it seems, failure and obscurity can have rewards of their own. The new documentary "Lenny Cooke" follows its titular subject on the road to defeat. Or rather, the film explores how defeat can nevertheless lead to a triumphant confirmation of self.
Looks like they're not loving the sequel either. I went into it with low expectations, but came out thinking it was just about on par with the lord of the rings movies, which are my favourite films of all time. Seems one of the biggest criticisms is the length, stretching out the book needlessly, but I didn't find any scenes dragged on too long, and to be fair, it would probably take close to 6 hours to actually read the hobbit anyway, so why not let the films be 6 hours, especially when they're including scenes from other books.