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Tag Archives: film review
The last time I went to the pictures was to see Terminator 3, Rise of the Machines in 2003. The time before that was a midnight performance of Terminator 2, Judgement Day having been fed up with the number of … Continue reading
Having owned the originals until First Class, it comes as no surprise that Hubby bought me this for Christmas as Hugh Jackman is my hero (we kept the two Wolverine movies). OK, he doesn’t say a word in this, grunts … Continue reading
New to the DVD shelves this week so not a cheapie, but hell, who cares! This is the latest installment in the Bourne Series, and it doesn’t disappoint. At 46, Matt Damon is in great shape and still has It. … Continue reading
CELL, starring John Cussack and Samuel L Jackson, based on the book by Stephen King. I read a lot of Stephen King books in the ’70s, and found the only way to understand ‘IT’ was by reading every other chapter … Continue reading
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Hubby was watching this on YouTube yesterday when our connection crashed about half an hour from the end. Having seen the DVD in the supermarket, I asked him if he’d like a copy, … Continue reading
Cast Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace. I’d seen the book on the shelves, but it didn’t appeal, so I was surprised when Hubby selected the DVD from the cheapie section the other day. I have always thought Gary Oldman … Continue reading
If you saw and enjoyed Olympus Has Fallen, you will probably like this too, even if it was panned by the critics. We’ve discovered more often than not that if the critics hate it, we’ll love it! The main cast … Continue reading
Down in the bargain section at the grand sum of just three pounds was this offering based on Tom Clancy’s analyst hero Jack Ryan. Chris Pine isn’t a bad choice for the role, though for me he could play Matt … Continue reading
We saw this one advertised a little while ago and Hubby said we must get a copy when it was released on DVD. Shopping the other day I saw it, and even though it was a tenner, I bought it … Continue reading