Not many franchises make it successfully and credibly to six films and far fewer then produce their best movie at the sixth time of trying. Somehow, that is exactly what The Fast and Furious franchise has managed to do. Building on … Continue reading Fast and Furious Month: Fast & Furious 6 (2013) Review
There is something about the simplicity and low-key feel of 28 Days Later which makes it so effective. This isn’t a glossy, Hollywood horror film but something much more realistic. Throughout the movie there is an impending feeling of dread as … Continue reading Horror Week: 28 Days Later (2002) Review
This summer sees the release of Independence Day sequel Resurgence and most people have viewed it with a collective “meh.” This seems ridiculous considering how huge the first movie was and how it ranks among many people’s top science-fiction films, … Continue reading Are audiences bored of city-destroying carnage?
From the moment that Guy Ritchie’s fast-paced, dialogue heavy and twist-filled debut movie starts, you are very aware that you are watching something special. It starts quite nonchalantly, very low-key, as Nick Moran’s Eddy, clearly battered and beaten, explains some of the finer points … Continue reading Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) Review
London has Fallen is that rare of occurrences: An action sequel which is better than the first. That isn’t to say it is a great movie or that the improvement is a huge one, just that changing the location to the other … Continue reading London Has Fallen (2016) Review
I’m a huge fan of both Netflix and Cineworld. Netflix is a great service for old tv shows and original content. Cineworld makes going to the cinema both easy and affordable with their Unlimited Card. I even get to see a … Continue reading How Netflix and Cineworld annoyed me in one night!