Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy

anchormanAnchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy 
Release Date: 9th July 2004
Director: Adam McKay 
Rating: 15
Apatow Productions, DreamWorks Pictures 

Ron Burgundy is the man. He brings the news to everyone in San Diego and he does it with charm and devilishly good looks. If we had a reporter like Ron Burgundy on the BBC, I’d be on it 24/7. It’s the hair that does it.  Continue reading


The Producers – Original & Remake

The Producers
Director: Mel Brooks 
Release Date: 18th March 1968
Rating: PG
Embassy Pictures 

The Producers 
Director: Susan Stroman 
Release Date: 16th December 2005
Rating: 12
Relativity Media, Universal Studios, Columbia Pictures 

The quest to make the biggest Broadway flop has become a classic many have lined up to see. In the cinemas and in the theatres, we all enjoy a bit of Springtime For Hitler. But which version delivers the best display of Hitler’s misunderstood past? It’s an original versus remake match up and the only way to decide a winner is to get down and dirty. Bring a weapon or and leave your swastika badge at home.  Continue reading


Release Date: 28th September 2001
Director: Ben Stiller
Rating: 12
Village Roadshow Pictures, VH1 Films, Red Hour Films, Paramount Pictures

From watching one film about dumb people (SpongeBob Squarepants) to another! This time it’s Ben Stiller as Derick Zoolander, the stupidest model alive as he wonders after losing to model rival Hansel if there is more to life than being really really ridiculously good looking. Continue reading

Land Of The Lost


I didn’t know what this film was going to be exactly, I guessed time travel and land of the dinosaurs but that was it really and this is basically what the film is. Upon some research it turns out it is based on an old TV series, I may have seen it but I’m not entirely sure, do original films happen anymore? Will Ferrell plays scientist Dr. Rick Marshall who believes people can travel sideways through time by collecting Tachyons and solving the problems of fossil fuel. His idea is debunked on TV and he becomes a teacher at a school, or talk person for a school. He meets a lady called Holly Cantrell (Anna Friel) who convinces him to finishes his time device which plays show tunes music and they set off to find a big reading meeting Will Stanton (Danny McBride) they talk a bit and end up in another world full of dinosaurs and wander about with a monkey thing they call Chakka. Continue reading