In the battle of supernatural romances, will zombies win over witches? There’s only one way to find out…
I like Jessica Chastain in Zero Dark Thirty and I like her in Mama, but which one is better? There’s only one way to find out…
Even I’m surprised that The Impossible didn’t make me cry. Not even Ewan McGregor breaking down on screen can thaw this hardened, cynical heart.
In an attempt to play catch up with all over due reviews, I’m condensing the length of my standard reviews into mini ones on the less than impressive recent films. Without further ado, here’s my review of the mediocre Paranormal Activity. Same spooks, more gadgets.
Not the best, but not the worst, film I’ve seen at the cinema recently; The Wedding Video is fine for a Sunday afternoon. Watched any other day of the week may result in some serious disappointment.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is the first on screen history mashup from the author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies; Seth Grahame-Smith. Will this buck the trend and be enhanced by the extra dimension? Don’t get your hopes up
Hoping for more of a Bruno or Borat, I instead got more of Ali G. The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen’s most recent film, is by no means as funny as I had hoped it would be.
The boys are back. Thirteen years after they first popped their cherries back in 1999, they’re back to doing what they’re good at (getting drunk, naked and stupid) in American Pie: Reunion. Is it as good as the first slice, or is this piece of pie just a little bit stale?
Normally I’m all too quick to write off a film about war off as a boys film that I wouldn’t enjoy at all. I was pleasantly surprised with Forces Speciales (Special Forces). Sent in brutal but stunning Afghanistan; Special Forces is much more than the average war film.
As I’m slowly working my way through the 1001 Movies To See Before You Die I’ve been discovering not only classic films, but some of the most renowned actors and actresses of all time. Despite this, I still hadn’t seen a Brigette Bardot film. Le Repos du Guerrier (Love on A Pillow) is my first Bardot; she was every bit as lovely as I had expected.