It’s Valentines day again and here at Cinelinx we are feeling all loved up. Take a look at 5 of our favourite video game couples and what we think makes them so perfect for each other.
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is loose in the Big Apple and the Sony Pictures movie brings to the big screen an amazing supernatural world filled with angels, demons and tough as nails Shadowhunters, oh my. Young actors Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower scorch up the screen, kick some demon ass and display some pretty deft rune magic. It's a quest for Mortal Instruments and it's a summer film defintely set to entertain audiences and make them ponder the otherwordly possibilities of an unseen world. There's not a whole lot of spoilers but there are a few. Come on in and read the Cinelinx review of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
I've always considered my earliest memories to be a guiding light by which I navigate my life as an entertainer. These memories and the emotions attached to them provide an awesome foundation for my creativity and it is an exceedingly rare opportunity when I am afforded the chance to experience a medium that taps that very foundation for me. Like a children's book hearkening back to those innocent and youthful days when pure imagination was the key to unlocking any door, Another Earth spins a beautifully simple story that plumbs the depths of not just the heart and mind, but of the prismatic wonder that is the human condition.