David Bain to star in new Elf movie

It has been revealed that David Bain is going to star in the new Elf movie which is getting released later this year! Elf  is going to be released in the United States on November 7, 2019 by New Line Cinema. It received generally favorable reviews from critics from the last film and grossed $220 million worldwide on a $33 million budget. It inspired the 2010 Broadway musical Elf: The Musical and NBC‘s 2014 stop-motion animated television special Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas. It has been described as one of the greatest Christmas films of all time. David…

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Once Were Warriors – An Unbroken Heart

New Zealand director Taika Waititi is set to direct the new Once Were Warriors movie – An Unbroken Heart. A movie which is set in current New Zealand times. This movie revisits alcoholic Maori man Jake Heke (Temuera Morrison) and his wife, Beth (Rena Owen), who have separated, largely due to his excessive drinking. When their older son, Nig (Julian Arahanga), is killed was killed in a gang fight, his brother, Sonny (Clint Eruera), becomes determined to avenge his death. Jake Heke is now an openly gay man who is looking…

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Once Were Warriors – An Unbroken Heart

NZ director Taika Waititi is set to direct the new Once Were Warriors movie – An Unbroken Heart. A movie which is set in current New Zealand times. This movie revisits alcoholic Maori man Jake Heke (Temuera Morrison) and his wife, Beth (Rena Owen), who have separated, largely due to his excessive drinking. When their older son, Nig (Julian Arahanga), is killed was killed in a gang fight, his brother, Sonny (Clint Eruera), becomes determined to avenge his death. Jake Heke is now an openly gay man who is looking for…

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1OUTS AKL SOUFPAC

1OUTS AKL SOUFPAC War in the South Pacific declared Since the dawn of history, the South Pacific has been a place of savage battles. It’s been known as the home of warriors – and a place where even the calmest waters can prove to be shark infested. ‘Pacific’ means peace, but this September 1Outs NZ is making SoufPac mean WAR. Not since the raging battles between the Allies and Imperial Japan has this part of the globe seen such massive forces line up for conflict. On September 15th WTF – Whiskey…

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How good are movies?

A recent report by anyone with a couple hours to spare is that watching movies is so sick, and the best way to spend an arvo. Movies with good actors that you’ve seen before and like watching in movies were found to be the best ones, especially if the movie you are watching appears to be really popular but you’ve only just heard it. All genres of movies are good, with even the sad romance ones having their moments, as with the ones where heaps of people get shot by…

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Peter Jackson to remake Once were Warriors

Film fans from around the world are excited about Peter Jacksons recent announcement that he is to remake the New Zealand classic film – Once were Warriors.   I guess it is going to be more like -Lord of the Warriors. It will be a total mix of poverty and fantasy. It is going to be a success. We are currently auditioning, we are really looking for an Indian man to play Uncle Bully but can’t find any guys creepy enough. – Peter Jackson Stuffed has learned the film will…

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Music Review: Wheeler Walker Jnr – Redneck Shit / Ol’ Wheeler

Listen to Wheeler Walker Jnr here: YouTube, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play Keen-eyed comedy fans may recognize Wheeler Walker Jr., a reclusive country singer obsessed with jerking off, as stand-up comic Ben Hoffman, the former host of Comedy Central’s The Ben Show. As Walker, he releases his debut album Redneck Shit. A mix of sketches and on-the-street antics, the 2013 Ben Show had a fan in Sturgill Simpson, who, like Hoffman, hails from Kentucky. When Hoffman decided to marry comedy with the country music on which he was raised and record an album, Simpson introduced…

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Movie review – A Serbian Film

  A Serbian Film is about retired porn star Milos (Srdjan Todorovic), a middle-aged man struggling to provide for his family who is lured back into the industry for one last film. He has been offered enough money to set him up for life but, in return, has signed a Faustian pact with the director Vukmir (Sergej Trifunovic). Milos will have no control over the scenes in which he appears. The opening sequences shows Milos’s young son innocently watching some of his father’s greatest “hits” on the family TV. We…

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