It is an old cliche and one that is often used to excuse “bad movies” (*cough* Michael Bay *cough*) but if all you want is a “popcorn movie flick” then Rampage is the perfect choice. It delivers exactly what it says … Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Month: Rampage (2018) Review
Sometimes the label “based on a true story” can help give a movie it’s sense of realism, it’s sense of drama and make the experience much more engrossing as you realise that people had to live through the events of … Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Month: Pain & Gain (2013) Review
After being successfully inserted into The Journey, Fast and Furious and GI: Joe franchises, Dwayne Johnson was given the not unflattering moniker of Franchise Viagra. Although he has shied away from adding himself to new and existing franchises for a little … Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Month: Franchises that need “Viagra.”
Buddy-cop movies live or die on the chemistry of their leads. Lethal Weapon works because of the juxtaposition of crazed Gibson vs family guy Glover, while martial-artist Jackie Chan is the opposite of motor-mouth Chris Tucker for the Rush Hour series. … Continue reading Bad Boys (1995) Review
Ask anyone to name their favourite directors and many people could reel off at least one or two names, probably including Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone or even Michael Bay. In the world of movie-making, the director is the key and quite … Continue reading Why do directors get more credit than writers?
I got nominated for my second Liebster award by Prime Six (thank you very much). The idea is simple; I answer Prime Six’s 11 questions and nominate a bunch of blogs to highlight and bring attention too and then pose 11 … Continue reading My second Liebster Award
3 of the Best vs 3 of the Worst is exactly what it sounds like – 3 of the best examples of either an actor, film series, genre, etc. versus 3 of the worst. It’s also an opportunity for you … Continue reading 3 of the Worst vs 3 of the Best: Michael Bay movies