This is a post for fans of Adam Buxton and Edith Bowman who recently finished their short run of Saturday morning shows on BBC 6 Music (Joe Cornish was too busy being a successful film maker to co-host). On their final show last weekend Adam discussed the latest James Bond film Skyfall and suggested a few improvements that could be made to ground the film in reality by adding a bit of additional dialogue.
With time on my hands I have added in Adam’s suggestions and the result can be found below:
The full episode can be found on the Adam and Edith BBC website and the whole show is worth a listen if you have missed it during the run.
Give me an evening with nothing to do and the new teaser trailer for Skyfall, James Bond’s 23rd outing, and naturally animated .gifs and videos get made. It is nature’s way. Before indulging me familiarise yourself with the teaser below:
What is the first thing that springs to mind upon watching this trailer? What recent cultural phenomenon has clearly influenced the latest James Bond film? Coronation Street of course! The Weatherfield tram crash has been recreated by Skyfall‘s director Sam Mendes using a tube train and it almost looks as good as the stunt created on an ITV1 budget. If you need side by side animated .gif comparison we have you covered:
The second thing my brain thought upon seeing this teaser was that it simply isn’t centred around Judi Dench enough. I have made my expectations for Skyfall pretty clear and expect much more Dench in the finished film. I have tweaked the trailer a little to better reflect what I hope the final film will be like.
Who doesn’t prefer Judi Dench looking at things to Daniel Craig running around and shooting things? Oh.
As much as we are obliged to look back over the year just gone, we are obliged to look ahead at the year just beginning. It’s always exciting to look at the next twelve months and all the exciting treats that are coming to our screens. Below are my personal picks of the films worth seeing in 2012, and I’m hoping there will be many more besides, a few gems I haven’t even heard of yet. Continue reading →