Michael Bay would have you believe Transformers live on the dark side of the moon but he’s an idiot. We all know it’s Nazis hell bent on a re-match with Earth.
In Iron Sky the year is 2018 and America has once again gone to the moon by order of the female president who has an uncanny resemblance to Sarah Palin. In a bid to get herself re-elected, it is thought that such a grandstanding gesture will surely secure her second term – especially considering a black man is one of the astronauts. However they discover upon landing that Nazis have been hiding out since 1945, all the while plotting their return to Earth to take their revenge. When they discover that Earth possesses all the technological requirements to bring them home, they launch a small mission back to their home planet ultimately leading to the rise of The Fourth Reich.
Oh cheer up for Gods sake would you!
People don’t like depressed people or being around them , they make us uneasy and nervous as there is no quick fix to recovery. Kiefer Sutherland takes on this role perfectly as the only “sane” person having to put up with Charlotte Gainsbourg’s colourful family. We have the mother (Charlotte Rampling) who detests marriage with all its pomp and ceremony and is hell bent on letting everyone know this at her daughter’s wedding, the father (John Hurt) who is having a very late mid life crisis parading around with two much younger women by the name of Betty, while Charlotte herself suffers from anxiety attacks. The star of the show however is Charlotte’s sister Kirsten Dunst who gives us a brilliant insight into what it must be like trying to trudge through the mire of depression. Read More