For the last ever post on MostlyFilm, we’ve assembled as many current and former contributors as possible to show you their favourite endings from the movies. Technically, there may be spoilers. So, that’s it from us. Thanks to all of you out there for reading over the last seven years! It’s been a pleasure and … Continue reading Famous Last Words
kiwizoidberg puts on his tux and reads out the results of our annual poll, because we can’t trust Warren Beatty to do it without making a complete Eli Wallachs of the job again.
…but nearly all the Batmen? Actually, Clooney, Kilmer, Bale or Batfleck fans will have to look elsewhere. But forget that cowardly, superstitious lot. After the jump, five MostlyFilm writers shall shine a light on the most interesting iterations of the dark knight detective.
When Hayao Miyazaki stepped down as head of Studio Ghibli in 2013 (his sixth retirement* to date), we wondered what now for the Japanese animation powerhouse? Answer: a Robinson Crusoe tale with a giant red turtle. Kiwizoidberg packs his water wings…
Simon Aldous adds to the celebrated MostlyFilm’s Best Of series, focusing for the first time on TV drama
Today we revisit one of MostlyFilm‘s favourite pieces, where our writers paused and reflected on the blink-and-you’ll-miss em parts that make the film work
Here at MostlyFilm we vote every year for our film of the year. You could do it, too, by signing up right here. Too late for 2016, though, as the votes have been counted and verified and the results are in.
We here at Mostly Film understand your problem. You want to read the Blog, but you’re rushed off your feet; so much to do, so little time. So what do we do? In the classic movie manner, we give you a Montage Sequence: one handy package of compressed time with one overriding outcome: great Montage … Continue reading Montages for a Monday Morning
Hayao Miyazaki’s final film, The Wind Rises, is the centrepiece of the BFI’s celebration of the work of a master animator this April. So we, and in places MostlyFilm: The Next Generation*, wanted to talk about our favourite films from Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli.
We’ll be live-blogging the Oscar ceremony in the small hours of Monday morning, because why the hell not? And today we bring you our not-quite exhaustive category-by-category Oscar predictions, because why the hell not?