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Aaron Johnson
September 11th, 2008

"It’s nice that [Angus, Thongs] has opened doors for me," he says, "but I wouldn’t like to go down the route. It’s not where I want to go with my career because I like to be very versatile, that’s what I find more exciting, to play different characters.

The Bet
September 30th, 2007

Despite needing stronger dramatic markers to tell you what was going on, there’s an escalating sense of desperation and despair and some great performances to carry it, particular the always-wonderful Aden Young, who doesn’t get nearly enough screen time as the smooth, lizard-like Angus.


Girls of the Playboy Mansion
June 14th, 2007

If it wasn’t all true it would be a bad misogynist parody. One peroxided idiot giggles that her role at high profile media events is to ‘stand there and smile and not do anything stupid’. Another says with a straight face that ‘I feel like I’m getting better with age’. She should perhaps ask the procession of bimbos Hefner’s jettisoned when their silicone sags and ask if they feel the same way.

Shrek 2
June 24th, 2004

What makes Shrek 2 so special is the skills in so many areas the producers have brought to it. Do you only go to the moves for the story? Shrek 2’s satirical, fractured fairy tale plot would be as exciting and funny in a live action film.


Scarface: Special Edition
March 4th, 2003

The remake of a successful gangster film from Hollywood’s golden age, it charts the rise of Cuban refugee Tony Montana (Pacino, a little hammy in hindsight but giving the role his all). All Montana has is his word and his balls. And he don’t bust neither of them for nobody.

XXX2
April 29th, 2005

What’s the most important thing about a big budget blockbuster? The special effects, of course, and Scott Farrar, Visual Effects Supervisor for XXX2: The Next Level, routinely works alongside the names who bring us the biggest movies in history.






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