Displaying items by tag: Lily Collins Sunday, 21 July 2019

Love, Rosie

Published in L
Friday, 24 October 2014 02:07
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  • Rating

    M: Coarse language and sexual references.

  • The pitch

    You can't hurry love.

  • Starring

    Lily Collins, Sam Claflin, Art Parkinson, Tamsin Egerton, Christian Cooke, Suki Waterhouse, Jaime Winstone, Lily Laight

  • Directed by

    Christian Ditter

  • Running time

    102 minutes

  • Rated

    M (Australia), 15 (UK), NR (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People are punched. Items smashed. A child falls off a bicycle. Killing yourself mentioned. Screaming. Blood/gore: Pumped stomach mentioned.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Couples (including teenagers) have sex. A woman is handcuffed to her bedframe. Kissing. Shirtless males, female bottom, girls in underwear, nightwear, skimpy clothing, cleavage. Half-nude female on magazine cover. Infidelity.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Alcohol (spirits, shots, cocktails, champagne, wine, beer). Intoxication. Morning-after pill mentioned. Smoking.

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-words, w*nker. Name-calling. Slang and actual terms for genitals. Religious references and exclamations.

  • THEMES

    Friendship, teenage sex, fate, pregnancy, marriage, weddings, relationships, home birth, adoption, single parenting, instant messaging, hotel management.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Deceased father/husband. Childbirth scene. Wedding, funeral, cemetery, bar, nightclub, airport, hospital settings. Plane. Based on the novel Where Rainbows End by Cecilia Ahern.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Pleasant, cheery, sweet, amiable, winsome. Sparky performances, amusing script, likeable leads, impressionistic visuals, bawdy humour, spry script, sufficiently flawed characters, springy editing.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Predictable, bland, saccharine, absurd, unrealistic, calculated, phony, corny. Underwritten characters, tonal lapses, characters never age.

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Published in T
Tuesday, 20 August 2013 02:04
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  • Rating

    M: Fantasy violence.

  • The pitch

    Mundanes viewing.

  • Starring

    Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Kevin Zegers, Jemima West, Robert Sheehan, Robert Maillet, Kevin Durand, Godfrey Gao, Lena Headey, CCH Pounder, Jared Harris, Jonathan Rhys Myers, Aidan Turner, Stephen R Hart

  • Directed by

    Harald Zwart

  • Running time

    130 minutes

  • Rated

    M (Australia), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    VIOLENCE: People/creatures are whipped, slashed, stabbed, shot (vampire gun), hit with objects, punched, kicked, elbowed, head-butted, zapped, thrown against objects, wrestled, kidnapped, drugged, bound, chained, suspended, crushed, stomped, threatened, pursued, dragged. Incest implied. People transform into monsters/demons, a girl appears to slice/burn her forearm. Dog attack, bicycle accident, break-and-enter, door kicked in, arson, stealing, flame-throwing. Explosion, burning kitchen, burning house, broken objects, smashed glass, property damage, debris. Killer, watching father murdered, breaking a pet bird's neck mentioned. Screaming, shouting, arguing. Blood/gore: Exploding, melted, regenerating, exposed, splitting flesh. Blood splatter (red, blue, slimy); bloody faces, bloody scratches, bloody gashes, blood on objects, drinking blood, searing flesh, bite wounds, scars. Stitched mouths, hollowed eyes, rolled-back eyes, pale skin, tentacles. A man injects himself (needle not seen), IV drip, bandages. Skeletons, human skulls, corpses, ashen human remains. Painting of slit, bleeding wrist. Disease mentioned.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Dry-humping, kissing, flirting. Innuendo. Hooker mentioned, reference to prostitution. Skimpy, fetish-style clothing. Shirtless men, man in underwear. Cleavage. Nude modelling mentioned.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    A woman drinks an unknown potion, a drink is spiked. Nightclubbers appear to be drinking alcohol. Hallucinogens mentioned.

  • LANGUAGE

    Religious references and exclamations. Gender, genre stereotypes. Magic, witchcraft, levitation, clairvoyance.

  • THEMES

    Sacred chalice, quests, symbols, ritual, friendship, invisibility, runes, tarot cards, fortune-telling, clairvoyance, spells, legends, portals, memories, mental blocks, Johann Sebastian Bach, fan fiction, urban fantasy, triumvirate romance, serious eyebrows, terrifying mullets, trust, betrayal, identity.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Deceased fathers, deceased parents, soldier died in Iraq mentioned; missing mother. Infirmary, hospital, church, cemetery, catacomb settings. Snake, dog, pigeons, ravens, falcon, fireflies, butterfly, taxidermy animals, cobwebs. Mythical creatures: demons, vampires, werewolves, Shadowhunters, witch, warlock, centaur (opening credits), angel statues, gargoyle statue. Portals (watery, fiery). Zombies, Bermuda Triangle mentioned. Brief demonic language (subtitled). Sky-high cityscape aerials, some sweeping street-views. Based on the novel by Judith Rumelt AKA Cassandra Clare.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Flashes of self-aware humour. Attractive costume and set design, imaginative special effects, effective pacing.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Ludicrous, borderline-nonsensical, silly, incoherent, bloated, desperate, hormonal, unoriginal, overlong, melodramatic, soulless, camp, cringe-worthy, cheesy, brainless, exhausting. Tries too hard to cram everything from the novel into the film. Convoluted screenplay, stone-faced dialogue, wooden acting. Shameless overuse of pop culture references. Forgettable score.

The English Teacher

Published in T
Saturday, 15 June 2013 08:02
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    M: Sex scene and coarse language.

  • The pitch

    The importance of being earnest.

  • Starring

    Julianne Moore, Michael Angarano, Greg Kinnear, Lily Collins, Fiona Shaw, Norbert Leo Butz, Jessica Hecht, Charlie Saxton, Nathan Lane

  • Directed by

    Craig Zisk

  • Running time

    93 minutes

  • Rated

    M (Australia), NR (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    A man is pepper-sprayed, hit with an object. Reckless driving, collision. Theatrical aggression, yelling. Sacrifice, bribery, teenage hanging, father blows brains out, suicide mentioned. Arguing. Blood/gore: Mild facial burn, red eyes, bruising, bandage, neck brace, bloody scratch. Theatrical gore.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Kissing, fondling, flirting, groping. A couple have sex on a desk (sex noises heard, no nudity).

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Alcohol (wine, spirits). Alcoholic father mentioned. Ritalin, ulcer pills mentioned. Prescription medicine consumed.

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-words, a-words, derogatory names for females, actual terms for genitalia. Name-calling. Religious exclamations.

  • THEMES

    Teaching, literature, dating, playwriting, drama, acting, oppressive father, identity, respect, insecurity, spinsterhood, romance, teacher-student relationships, social media, gossip.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Deceased mother/wife, divorce, nervous breakdown, chest pains mentioned. Job loss, hospital setting. Flock of birds. The Führer, cruel stepmother, alcoholic father, funeral speech mentioned.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Mildly amusing. Good cast, good performance from Lane.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Formulaic, predictable, corny, clichéd, rudderless. Weak screenplay and characterisation.