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The Top 20 Christmas Blockbuster Movies of the Last 20 Years

December 20, 2013

 The Top 20 Christmas Blockbuster Movies of the Last 20 Years

Before you hang up your hats and start celebrating Christmas, the movie elves have been working through twenty years of data to bring you the most stylishly designed Christmas Box Office fact graphic. Now with added buzz, the team has trawled the archives,... 

Vendetta: Interview with producer Jonathan Sothcott

December 20, 2013

 Vendetta: Interview with producer Jonathan Sothcott

We recently caught up with film producer, man about town and all round very nice chap Jonathan Sothcott to ask him some questions about his latest film, Vendetta, starring the new hard man of Albert Square, Danny Dyer. With Vendetta being a modern take... 

Competition round up

December 17, 2013

 Competition round up

As we’ve just put our last competition of the year live we thought we’d do a quick competition round up. We currently have two competitions here on WhatDVD.Net, where you can win DVDs of Lovelace and Grown Ups 2, and our friends at Bailey Balloons... 

John Mellencamp 1978 – 2012

December 9, 2013

 John Mellencamp 1978 – 2012

“My world is in Indiana and this, here, is what I do for a living. I wish I could do it better sometimes than I do. That’s the same as anybody that cares about their job.” John Mellencamp once said this is an interview he gave to Rolling Stone magazine... 

City Lights: Criterion Collection

December 4, 2013

 City Lights: Criterion Collection

By the time he made City Lights (1931), Charles Chaplin was the undisputed master of the silent film comedy, having achieved just the right mix of “laughter and tears,” or “comedy and dreadful pathos,” as Gary Giddins’ liner notes for the Criterion... 

Nashville: Criterion Collection

December 3, 2013

 Nashville: Criterion Collection

At the time, Nashville (1975) was Robert Altman’s magnum opus, a sprawling tale featuring 24 characters over five days. Not only does he manage to juggle all of these storylines, but is able to seamlessly interconnect them in major or minor ways. The... 

Grey Gardens / The Beales of Grey Gardens: Criterion Collection

December 2, 2013

 Grey Gardens / The Beales of Grey Gardens: Criterion Collection

Grey Gardens (1976) is an odd curio even by the Criterion Collections’ standards – a documentary about Jackie Kennedy’s aunt Edith Bouvier Beale and her daughter Edie who lived in a run-down, 28-room house on Long Island. How did these two members... 

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