September 03, 2008
Wow, to say that America is behind England "on all of this movie madness" is like saying America won fewer medals at the Olympics than Englnd...it's ridiculous. Sure, there are a few films that are not widely released that show up in England first (such as Hallam Foe and Son of Rambow), but the blockbuster films like Ironman are released in America weeks before England sees them.
August 20, 2008
Abi Bratty Babe
Who knows why they chose to change the name to "Mister Foe", perhaps they thought it'd have a wider appeal if at least the name sounded intriguing here in the USA...so perhaps it's just a smart marketing/advertising ploy. Nevertheless, the name of the film is hardly significant because this is a small film that really delivers - - Jamie Bell is extraordinary in this and I almost loved it as much
August 10, 2008
american down-grade?good think im not judgemental.otherwise id think every person in england. was prissy.
Okay, first of all, Jamie Bell is extraordinarily HOT! Second, this wonderful film has already came out in England. You guys are so behind on all of this movie madness. Lastly, I do but only have one question.......Why on Earth is the name "Mister Foe"? It's supposed to be Hallam Foe. Is it some type of American down-grade? Anyway, I cannot wait for this film to come out again and hope that