|Filed Under:||Film / Film Reviews|
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|Archived Since:||July 6, 2011|
The Great Gatsby has opened with great box office figures but not in 3D - Mark asks why that could be.
Mark asks why so many people have trouble accepting the musical genre.
I've posted recently asking which films you would choose to re-edit and who would you cast in which role. Here I pick out some of your best responses.
In the run up to the release of the new 3D version Mark looks back at the 1974 version of The Great Gatsby
Mark Kermode looks at the range of film sites on the web and asks which are the best.
Pedro Almodovar has a new movie out this week called I'm So Excited. It's a comedy that is rooted in Spanish politics and society - but how much do we miss out on when watching films from other cultures?
Mark highlights a weekend celebrating widescreen cinema at the National Media Museum and asks what is it like to experience Cinerama.
In the week in which Steve Coogan plays Paul Raymond, Mark asks who would you cast to play who and why.
Mark asks which films should be re-edited and why?
Mark picks out responses to two recent blogs about mindblowing cinematic moments and enduring TV sci-fi.
Mark looks at the old Star Trek TV series and asks why it has endured in the way it has.
Mark reveals the bizarre censor's notes relating to the release of the original Evil Dead film in the 1980s.
Mark Kermode asks what are your mindblowing moments in film?
Mark Kermode reviews two recent films starring Kristen Scott Thomas and examines her views on why subtitled films are gaining in popularity.
Mark reviews two recent films starring Kristen Scott Thomas and examines her views on why subtitled films are gaining in popularity.
Mark Kermode suggests a double bill of British films about the great outdoors.
Mark's Kermode Uncut Film Club choice is Danny Boyle's Sunshine.
Mark picks out his favourite responses to recent posts on bad film reviews and inappropriate laughter during movies.
Mark highlights the new movie Good Vibrations about the godfather of Belfast Punk Terri Hooley.
Mark asks why we laugh sometimes during films when we know we shouldn't.