Russell is a New Zealand born actor who has starred in some great movies like Gladiator and A Beautiful Mind. Please feel free to browse the site, you'll find all the latest info and media on Russell's career. Lainy & Helen
Project: The Mummy (Filming)
Release Date: 2017
IMDB Page: HERE
June 15th @ 8.15pm shown on PCC - The Insider [Tickets] (London)
August 10th: The Tower of London - Gladiator will be shown [Tickets] (London)
Sept 16th: Cardiff Castle: - Gladiator will be shown [Tickets] (Wales)
TV Schedule (UK) February 2017 #RussellWatchUK
6th @ 6.15pm on Film4: Master & Commander
6th @ 7.15pm on Film4 Plus 1: Master & Commander
10th @ 11.20pm on SMC: State of Play
11th @ 12.20am on SMC1: State of Play
16th @ 3pm on GETV: State of Play
19th @ 2.35pm on SCP: Fathers & Daughters
19th @ 3.35pm on SCP1: Fathers & Daughters
19th @ 8pm on SCP: Fathers & Daughters
19th @ 9pm on SCP1: Fathers & Daughters Key
SCP: Sky Cinema Premiere
SCP1: Sky Cinema Premiere Plus 1
SMC: Sony Movie Channel
SMC1: Sony Movie Channel Plus 1
GETV: Ginx Esports TV
TV Schedule (US) February 2017 #RussellWatchUS
5th @ 9:05AM on SHO2e: Cinderella Man
5th @ 11:00PM on TMC: 3: 10 to Yuma
6th @ 6:10AM on MOMAX: Proof of Life
6th @ 7:00PM on AMC: Gladiator
7th @ 7:55AM on MAX: A Beautiful Mind
7th @ 1:30PM on AMC: Gladiator
8th @ 10:30PM on MOMAX: The Insider
9th @ 6:15AM on SHO: Cinderella Man
9th @ 5:00PM on Syfy: Robin Hood
10th @ 12:00PM on Syfy: Robin Hood
11th @ 9:40AM on MAX: Master and Commander
11th @ 12:00PM on MAX: A Beautiful Mind
11th @ 2:00PM on FX: Noah
11th @ 3:30PM on TNT: The Next Three Days
12th @ 3:00AM on TMC: 3: 10 to Yuma
12th @ 11:00AM on FX: Noah
12th @ 3:35PM on MAX: American Gangster
12th @ 8:00PM on SUND: The Quick and the Dead
13th @ 4:30AM on SHO: Cinderella Man
13th @ 3:00PM on FXM: Broken City
13th @ 4:25PM on MOMAX: The Insider
14th @ 8:00PM on TMC: 3: 10 to Yuma
15th @ 9:30AM on MAX: American Gangster
15th @ 2:25PM on MOMAX: Proof of Life
There was a famous New Yorker cartoon called The Critic, a stage-eye-view of the audience laughing their butts off at something, and a glowering man sitting front row centre.
It’s a vibe not confined to critics, but to all the participants of awards season – a.k.a. the season for serious movies. And while I applaud that, for a limited time only, we have something to watch besides superheroes, it’s too bad comedies aren’t taken more seriously.
Awards season is upon us, and the Peach State’s film critics have named their favorite movies and performances from 2016.
The Georgia Film Critics Association has handed out awards in categories much like the Oscars since it was founded in 2011 by CAmeron McAllister, marketing director for the Atlanta Film Society. The organization, which includes critics from various publications across the state, including Atlanta Business Chronicle contributor Eleanor Ringel Cater, was a big fan of nostalgic musical “La La Land” and “Moonlight,” which both won multiple awards.
It also gave “The Nice Guys,” which filmed in Georgia and stars Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, the Oglethorpe Award for Excellence in Georgia Cinema.
“It surprised me when I was tabulating the votes,” McAllister said. “I don’t think ‘The Nice Guys’ will see any Oscar love, but it’s a really good film with a smart screenplay.”
This was the best original film released this year that unfortunately many didn’t see. A buddy-cop action comedy featuring perfect chemistry from Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling and one of the funniest scripts of the year. I’m not normally an advocate for sequels, but I would gladly see another film featuring these characters!
Funniest chemistry Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling in “The Nice Guys,” Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn in “Bad Moms” (particularly in the scene in which Bell imitates a male body part, which really should win her some sort of Oscar), Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele in “Keanu.”
This gritty, shameless 1970s-set buddy comedy about a pair of crime-solvers played by an unlikely comedy team of Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling works beautifully as a throwback gem. Think “48 Hrs.” meets “Lethal Weapon” but wittier and full of polyester, “porn ‘staches” and bad wallpaper, with a funky soundtrack. It’s groovy, man, very groovy.
Shane Black’s buddy comedy was supposed to be the movie that saved studios from their worst instincts: a wholly original idea, with the backing of major stars (Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe), a decent budget, and no franchise expectations. Instead, this delightfully coarse caper barely earned $36-million at the box office, and will likely be used as an example of what not to do.
That’s a shame, as Black crafted a sharp, immensely entertaining ode to old-school tough-guy shenanigans.
Coming from the same writer as the original Lethal Weapon movie, one has to wonder if that same magic has been captured again in this recent “buddy movie”? Now that The Nice Guys is about to drop on DVD & Blu Ray release, it is time to revisit this movie to see if it’s worth the purchase or rent out for a night.