Archive | June, 2008

Quantum of Solace – Teaser Trailer Debut

source:, If you’re heading to see Hancock this weekend, rumours are you may catch a glimpse of the new James Bond flick Quantum of Solace. Or you could just watch it right now. Say what?! Yes, here it is in all it’s glory – the very first teaser trailer for Bond 22. Unfortunately […]

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Wall-E – 2008′s Best Picture?

source:, Could a lonely, lovelorn, trash compacting robot become the first animated film to win the Best Picture Oscar at next year’s Academy Awards? While it seems unlikely, the critics certainly feel that Wall-E is deserving, giving it almost unanimously ecstatic reviews. The film follows the romance between robots Wall-E and Eve circa […]

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Eagle Eye Trailer Debut – LaBeouf/Spielberg Do It Again

source: The latest trailer for action/thriller Eagle Eye has landed online – and it looks great. Shia LaBeouf has teamed up again with Disturbia director D.J Caruso for this flick, based on an idea from executive producer Steven Spielberg. Spielberg has trusted LaBeaouf with two major franchises in the last couple of years (Transformers […]

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"Disaster Movie" Trailer Debuts – World Worse Off

source: Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the “directors” behind films such as Epic Movie and Date Movie have returned, with a film entitled … well, guess. These guys have made a career out of stringing together scenes from other, more popular movies, making them worse, and then charging people to see them. Watching their […]

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Seth Rogen is Green Hornet in 2010

source: Sony Pictures has revealed the logo for the upcoming Green Hornet film, written by and starring Seth Rogen. Although the script is yet to be finished, the project was officially greenlit a couple of weeks ago. It looks like Sony have got their logo finalised in time for Comic Con next month. When […]

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The Mummy 3 Trailer Debut: Awesome or Unnecessary?

source: The full theatrical trailer for The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor has hit the interweb, promising exactly what you would expect. Long shots of the desert? Check. Wisecracking Brendan Fraser? Check. Skeleton’s fighting each other? Check. Fraser is joined by a fairly new cast, with Michelle Yeoh, Jet Li as The […]

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AFI Announces Top 10 Films Ever (By Genre)

source: American Film Institute has today revealed the results of their poll to find the top 10 films from 10 classic genres.The genres included Animation, Romantic Comedy, Western, Sports, Mystery, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Gangster, Courtroom Drama and Epic. The #1 Animation was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Modern CG Hits like Toy Story, Shrek […]

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Burn After Reading – Another Coen Classic

source: cinematical.comThe Coen Brothers have released the first poster for their latest film, Burn After Reading. This poster is one of the most appealing I’ve seen lately, bravely leaving the stars faces out of sight in place of a tribute to legendary print-maker Saul Bass. Described as a screwball spy comedy, Brad Pitt and Frances […]

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Why The Dark Knight Will Be The Greatest Film… Ever:

Congratulations! You’ve all been waiting 700 days for The Dark Knight since it was officially announced back in 2006. Now, with only 30 days to go, we will soon be rewarded with the ultimate superhero adventure.We at Quickflix don’t think we’re exaggerating when we claim that The Dark Knight will one day be regarded as […]

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Get Smart – Review

Get Smart – Starring Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Alan Arkin, Dwayne Johnson. Directed by Peter Segal. Rated PG for comedic violence and coarse language. 111 mins. First things first – Steve Carell is the perfect choice for stepping into Don Adams‘ (phone) shoes. He perfectly embodies the foolishness and semi-arrogance of Maxwell Smart, while always […]

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Very Funny People – Eric Bana Joins Apatow Entourage

source: Poiter-fans rejoice! Eric Bana is going back to his comedy roots and appearing in the next Judd Apatow film, Funny People. Apatow announced earlier this year that his directorial follow up to Knocked Up would focus on the world of stand-up comedy. Already slated to star is Apatow protege (and all-round awesome guy) […]

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Iron Man and Captain America Save The Hulk!

source:, With only a couple of days to go before the new Hulk is unleashed around the world, a couple of exciting prospects are being dangled in front of audiences. The first is a cameo appearance by Robert Downey Jnr as weapons magnate Tony Stark, best known as Iron Man. It looks like […]

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