‘Doctor Who’ blogging: “The Rebel Flesh”

I started off thinking, Oh, hey, it’s like an episode of classic Doctor Who: Go to a place where something dodgy is happening, do a thing, rescue some people, be responsible for the deaths of others, go home. But this turns out to really be about something else…

Source Code (review)

If you haven’t already seen 2009’s Moon, I beg you to do so before you see Source Code, which will put you off director Duncan Jones, which wouldn’t be fair to you, to Jones, or to Moon.

Moon (review)

Someday, Rockwell will get his Oscar due, I have no doubt. But I bet that when that day comes, lots of movie lovers will look back and say, ‘But it should have happened for Moon.’

U.K. box office: ‘Basterds’ rule

It’s Quentin Taratino’s biggest opening ever in Britain, too: 1. Inglourious Basterds: £3.6 million (NEW) 2. The Time Traveler’s Wife: £.92 million (2nd week; drops 35%) 3. G-Force: £.65 million (4th week; drops 30%) 4. Aliens in the Attic: £.64 million (2nd week; drops 51%) 5. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: £.598 million (actual … more…

opening in the U.K. June 19: ‘Year One,’ ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,’ ‘Miss March,’ ‘Away We Go,’ ‘Moon,’ more

Year One: Oh god, there’s gonna be a sequel, isn’t there? Year Two? For the love of Brian, someone make it stop… Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: By the time I see this come Monday afternoon, its debut-weekend fate in the U.K. will already be known. Weird. [trailer] Miss March: Man, we are just dumping … more…