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Posted in 10s, 5-Word 365, Action, Movies, Subtitled Movies, Thrillers
Tagged awesome, Gareth Evans, Iko Uwais, Indonesia, martial arts, silat, The Raid
Golly, we’re getting pretty close to the finish line here folks. For the newer arrivals among you, this site was running before this 365 days of reviews nonsense started and it will continue to run afterwards, but there are going … Continue reading
Posted in 10s, 5-Word 365, Action, British Films, Caper films, Movies, Thrillers
Tagged A Game of Shadows, Dr Watson, Guy Ritchie, Hans Zimmer, Jared Harris, Jude Law, Moriarty, Noomi Rapace, Rachel McAdams, Robert Downey Jr, Sherlock Holmes
Since this is the last Kids’ Film Friday of the year, and I am at home with my nieces, I was intending to watch something with them. Unfortunately, they have the attention spans of a particularly distracted goldfish – and … Continue reading
Posted in 00s, 5-Word 365, Action, Kids Film Friday, Movies, Spies, Spoofs and Parodies
Tagged Agent Cody Banks, Angie Harmon, Frankie Muniz, Harald Zwart, Hilary Duff, Ian McShane, not terrible, spy flick for kids
Howdy folks, and welcome to part four of my Harry Potter review thingy. It took me a while to find the DVD again but I did and I’m glad I had to watch this again as it was even better than I … Continue reading
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree. I really should avoid trying to write these while Modern Family is on TV in front of me, since Sofia Vergara’s cleavage in 42inch HD is a mighty … Continue reading
Posted in 10s, 5-Word 365, Action, Animation, British Films, Children, Comedy, Movies
Tagged Aardman, Arthur Christmas, Ashley Jensen, Christmas movie, Hugh Laurie, Imelda Staunton, James McAvoy, Jim Broadbent, Santa
My countdown to Christmas continues with another less-than-traditional festive tale. If you ever wanted to see Danny Trejo pretend to be a department store Santa, then this is the flick for you…
Posted in 00s, 5-Word 365, Action, Caper films, Movies, Thrillers
Tagged Ben Affleck, casino robbery, Charlize Theron, Charlize Theron naked, Christmas movie, Danny Trejo in a Santa suit, Deception, Gary Sinise, John Frankenheimer, Reindeer Games
And so we come to Part 3 of the Harry Potter films. Bored yet? I hope not because we aren’t even half way yet. I suspect that either this one or the next is my favourite HP film, although I … Continue reading
My Eva Mendes retrospective came to an unexpected end due to the fact that Netflix ran out of Eva Mendes flicks. Instead, I took the old dartboard approach and picked today’s movie entirely at random. Won’t be doing that again.
Posted in 10s, 5-Word 365, Action, Movies
Tagged Brandon Coombes, Hany Abu-Assad, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Josie Ho, Mark Margolis, Mickey Rourke, Pete Dris, straight to video, The Courier, what the hell just happened?
I typed half of this review with a Pringles tube stuck on the end of my arm. Yes, I’m that guy.
Posted in 10s, 5-Word 365, Action, Creature Feature, Kids Film Friday, Movies, Sci-Fi
Tagged 70's, aliens, Alyson Michalka, Bryan Burk, Elle Fanning, homage, JJ Abrams, Joel Courtney, Kyle Chandler, Larry Fong, Neville Page, Ron Eldard, sci-fi, Steven Spielberg, Super 8
It’s actually quite tricky to write extensively about a film you have no real feelings about one way or the other.
Posted in 5-Word 365, 90s, Action, Movies, Politics, Thrillers
Tagged action thriller, Alan Alda, conspiracy thriller, Daniel Benzali, Dennis Miller, Diane Lane, Dwight Little, Murder at 1600, political thriller, the White House, unthrilling thriller, Wesley Snipes