I recently got sent some more iTunes movies to review. I like getting free stuff and, as you can tell from the post titles, these were good’uns Paul Paul is the latest film from Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and […]

The Green Zone

Let’s get this out of the way quickly. Yes this is Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass, but it’s not the Bourne Identity. Not close. One similarity the two films share is the shaky cam stylings. It’s everywhere, even more so […]

The Wolfman

The Wolfman is a remake of a classic horror movie. Re-imagining the story and bringing the special effects bang up to date. On paper the cast sounds great. Anthony Hopkins rarely disappoints, Benicio Del Toro already looks wolf like, and […]

I’ll be honest – I’m posting this because I was sent free copies of the recently re-released Toy Story 1 and 2 movies (Blu-Ray and DVD of both films). I was very close to turning it down – I don’t […]

Recently I have been getting back into watching movies. I have a whole stack of them to catch up on and I am now finally reducing the stack. 3 of the films I watched in February were, Kung Fu Panda, The Invention of Lying, and The Soloist. Read the article for mini reviews of each.

Bruno

If I can tell you one thing about Bruno it’s this. Don’t watch Bruno on an iPod Touch on the train on the way to work. There’s too much to describe in Bruno, it’s a whirlwind of cringe inducing moments […]

I always think of Michael Mann as making understated action movies. There’s action and there’s violence, but it never gets in the way of the story. Public Enemies is his latest offering with Johnny Depp playing the famous mobster John […]

Coraline

Coraline is a stop motion animated movie directed by the same Director as The Nightmare Before Christmas, which meant I instantly assumed that the Director was Tim Burton, and after watching the movie my opinion hadn’t changed. Coraline is a […]

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Pixar have a habit of creating stories and worlds that transcend the age gap. Despite the fact they are animations the stories tap into your emotions, and in many ways are more real than anything filmed with live actors. Being […]

Being under 30, English, and disinterested in both politics and history I wasn’t sure what to make of Frost/ Nixon. It’s a movie about a US president, Richard Nixon, who disgraced because of something called the Watergate scandal (yes, I’ve […]