Tag: Simon Pegg
In this episode Justin, Chris, and Mike accept their mission, which is to finally see Mission: Impossible - Fallout, starring Tom Cruise and directed by Christopher McQuarrie. Listen to our spoiler-free review, followed by an all-out spoiler-filled discussion of the film! We also break down the latest Star Wars Episode IX news and more!
The Casual Cinecast preps for Mission: Impossible Fallout by catching up on their thoughts and feelings toward the Mission: Impossible series so far! All the way from M:I 1 to Rogue Nation, they've got your Ethan Hunt fix ready! Stay tuned until the end for a Listener Voted Ranking of the films!
Edgar Wright’s final film in the Cornetto (or Blood and Ice Cream) trilogy is at long last completed and playing in a movie theater near you. All of the key players have come a long way from their humble beginnings, each of them branching off successfully to do other things. So is it possible to recapture the magic for this third film? Come inside to check out my thoughts on The World’s End, and whether or not it’s a worthy ending to a great storytelling trilogy.
Each week Cinelinx will chose one director for an in-depth examination of the “signatures” that they leave behind in their work. This week, with the release of The World’s End, we examine the trademark style and calling signs of Edgar Wright as director.
Oh glorious day! Edgar Wright along with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back together to wrap up their Blood and Ice Cream trilogy, with The World's End. If you've been anxiously awaiting them to get back together for this final movie (as I have) then today's a good day as the announcement has come in that filming has officially begun.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the duo that brilliantly lampooned the zombie and buddy-cop genre with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, strike again with their homage to sci-fi. While the presence of the team's frequent directorial collaborator, Edgar Wright, is sorely missed, Paul still manages to put the "ace" in outer space.
Hey, a film trilogy by both Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson! Hey, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost! Hey, Daniel Craig and Andy Serkis! Hey, the screenwriting talents of Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish! Hey, motion capture!