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Deadline: 26th August 2017
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Hello everyone, it’s time again to announce the director that will be covered for this months Director’s Chair and, seeing how he’s coming out of retirement this month with Logan Lucky, I thought now would be the perfect time to cover Steven Soderbergh.
Now very few directors were as influential as...
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!
It was a tough battle for supremacy this month, with pretty much every champion campaigning heavily for their chosen film to win the poll. Throughout almost the entirety of the voting period there was one film just in the lead, whose campaigner was going above and beyond on the leg work, and had the votes been closed 2 days earlier than they ultimately were then Vern would...
Hello everyone, it’s time again to show off all of the posts you’ve sent me for this months Director’s Chair so let’s get right down to what you made for the films of Akira Kurosawa.
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You know when you look forward to a film and it turns out to be really good? Well my most anticipated film of the year is amongst this week’s crop of Lambscores, and I’m overjoyed that it’s at the top of the pile, and that the rest of the LAMB community also deemed it good enough to make the Lambscores Top 10, hurrah! As well as Baby Driver, this week we also have reviews of The Beguiled, Despicable Me...
Do you enjoy long stays on the beach? Weekend pleasure cruises? Short plane excursions? Then the latest Lambcast is for you!
Jay Cluitt was joined by war movie aficionados and world war two enthusiasts Simon Appleton, JD Duran and Richard Kirkham to dig into Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, a film that allowed us to rattle off old plane names and complain about British motorways, as you do.
Also on tap: Rants...
Deadline: 29th July 2017
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Hello everyone, sorry the reminder is going out a bit late but I’m still looking for features by you on the films of Akira Kurosawa. For a reminder of the films you can cover, go back to my original post here.
I look forward to receiving all of the features you send me.…...
Recently the world was saddened by the passing of George A. Romero who despite directing a number of fantastic horror movies, will no doubt forever be remembered as the Godfather of the zombie genre.
Of course zombie movies exsisted before Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead” with movies such as “White Zombie” and the Hammer horror “Plague of the Zombies” painting a very different...
One movie this week, and it ain’t a good one, so let’s get it over with, shall we? It’s the latest Transformers movie, and frankly that’s all I need to know. Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Transformers: The Last Knight:
Transformers: The Last Knight
LAMB Average: 1.44 (9 sites)
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War is upon us in the latest Lambcast, as we take on the film that sees the apes taking on the humans once again in the battle for world domination.
Robert Zerbe is in the hosting chair, and was joined by Rebecca Sharp, DJ Valentine, Mario Brown and Howard “The Naysayer” Casner to monkey around with the latest edition to the Apes franchise.
Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a game of Last Lamb...
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Rob from MovieRob here!
Like The Director’s Chair series being run by Tony, I think that this reignited series is a great way to get a look at what the members of the Lamb community think about the work of some of the most prolific actors/actresses who have been entertaining us all for so many years.
I plan to try and focus on an actor or actress every month who has a birthday in that given...
When Cars 3 was announced, if you’d told me that upon it’s released its Lambscore would be the highest of five movies that same week, I doubt I’d have believed you. 3.14/5 isn’t exactly an incredible score, but it’s a great deal better than many might expect based on the disappointing Cars 2. Anyway, here’s the scores for Cars 3, All Eyez On Me, 47 Meters Down,...