Monday, 23 January 2012


In this picture we have shahrukh's character (Dhylan patel) who is dressed in formal clothes as he's paying his respect to Tyler Johnson (Ainsley's character) who was his best friend

Thursday, 19 January 2012


here we have Ainsley's character (Tyler Johnson) in his costume which he'll be wearing throughout the sequence as he is playing a ghost. this was taken at streatham cemetry after we filmed a few scenes of our opening sequence.

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Colombiana (Luc Besson, 2011)

In Colombia, feisty 9-year-old Cataleya (Stenberg) witnesses her parents'  murder of by henchman of the drug kingpin Luis (Benites). Years layer (now Saldana) she's in Chicago, where she's been raised by her uncle (Curtis) to be a stealthy assassin. Now she's trying to draw Luis out of protective CIA custody by leaving clues at each murder scene. And it seems to be working. With an FBI agent (James) on her trail and a boyfriend (Vartan) who knows nothing, she's playing a dangerous game.
With references to Scarface, director Megaton uses fantastic camerawork, editing and sound, hyping up each situation into an compilation of explosive carnage. He can't seem to decide if Cataleya is Catwoman or part of the Impossible Mission Force.

RED (Robert Schwentke, 2010)

A group of former government assassins fights back against the CIA after they're targeted for knowing too much in this adaptation of Warren Ellis' acclaimed DC Comics graphic novels. Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) used to be a hired gun for the CIA. Along with Joe (Morgan Freeman), Marvin (John Malkovich), and Victoria (Helen Mirren), Frank's specialty was carrying out contracts that the government didn't want the public to know about. These days, Frank and his old gang are all retired, but the  the powers that be are still concerned that they know too much, and dispatch a team of top assassins to ensure their silence. Now, Frank and his former team members realize that their only hope for survival is to break into CIA headquarters and expose the truth. But once they're in, the group uncovers evidence of a massive cover-up that promises to rock the very foundation of our government.

Enter The Dragon (Robert Clouse, 1973)

One of the most popular kung fu films ever, and perhaps the peak of the famed Bruce Lee's career, Enter the Dragon achieved success by presenting a series of superbly staged fighting sequences with a minimum of distractions. The story finds Lee as a martial-arts expert determined to help capture the narcotics dealer whose gang was responsible for his sister's death. This evil villain operates from a fortified island manned by a team of crack martial artists, who also host a kung fu competition, Lee uses his skills to enter the contest and then tries to chop, kick, and otherwise fight his way into the dealer's headquarter

The Devil's Double (Lee Tamahori, 2011)

Lee Tamahori's "The Devil's Double" is based on the experiences of Latif Yahia, who was groomed as Uday's double. In this role, he survived no less than a dozen assassination attempts. The movie portrays him as an Iraqi soldier forced to take the job after beatings and threats to his family; he is seen throughout as a respectable figure with contempt for Uday and a good deal of courage in standing up to him.
It is impossible to observe Cooper's performance as Uday without being reminded of Al Pacino in "Scarface" (1983