Finally, a superhero movie that lives up to the hype.
When looking back on the vast amount of Superhero movies that have been released in the last few years, I can't remember many that really were quite good. Don't get me started on Justice League or the mind-numbingly boring Avengers series.
The last REAL good superhero flick would have to be Deadpool, and that was a damn Comedy! So, when the trailer for Venom was released, even after viewing it, I had low expectations – and that was a good thing because this Tom Hardy driven feature is very, very entertaining.
"fourth instalment of the successful series that could go on forever, because so far, they've always managed to keep the story fresh and bring something new to the table."
The First Purge is the second directorial effort for Gerard McMurray after Burning Sands and is the first Purge movie not to be directed by creator James DeMonaco. It is also the fourth instalment of the successful series that could go on forever, because so far, they've always managed to keep the story fresh and bring something new to the table. There are a number of angles they can still explore and maybe the fact that The First Purge is the highest grossing entry in the franchise, means that there are many other people that agree with the way I think.
We can call Upgrade a cross between Blade Runner and John Wick, but if you think you are watching a film based on a story by Philip K. Dick, you would be wrong.
Everywhere I go in the interwebs, I only see people saying good things about Upgrade, so I went in pretty positive that I was going to enjoy this Sci-fi/ Revenge/ Thriller, and sure enough, I did.
Interesting concept, but overall average.
With so much hype for The Nun, there was no way it was going to meet those standards, think Annabelle as an example. Well, I was half right. What the story lacked in concept and plot, was made up for with the beautiful cinematography. Read on.
80's violence but with a message, what's not to love?
In honour of Peter Weller’s 71st birthday on Monday, I thought I’d review the original RoboCop.
While in Spain recently, Mags and I watched the last half of the remake (which I actually don’t mind) and decided I needed to see the original again.
So during our weekend of not lifting a single finger, I found our copy and put it on. And even after all these years, I still loved every second of this Sci-Fi classic.