Review #39 The Tarnished Angels

Director: Douglas Sirk Starring: Rock Hudson, Dorothy Malone, Robert Stack, Chris Olsen Certificate: U Running Time: 91 Minutes THE TARNISHED ANGELS follows journalist Burke Devlin (Rock Hudson) who seeks out a story on World War I flying hero Roger… Continue reading

Review #38 Rush

Directed by- Ron Howard Starring- Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl I don’t know much about racecar driving, but I like fast cars, and Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl, so I thought hey! Why… Continue reading

Review #37 42

Director: Brian Helgeland. Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford, T.R. Knight, Nicole Beharie. Running time: 128 minutes. Certificate: 12A. Synopsis: Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) is the first player to ever cross the colour line in Major League Baseball, and his… Continue reading

Review #36 The Gatekeepers

Droh Moreh’s The Gatekeepers is a powerful film about the Shin Bet, Israel’s internal intelligence agency.  Moreh aims to give some perspective on one of the most controversial political situations in modern times,… Continue reading

Review #35 The World’s End

Directed by- Edgar Wright Starring- Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Martin Freeman I was very very excited to see The World’s End. I can’t think of a Pegg-Frost collaboration I don’t like. Shaun… Continue reading

Review #34 Monsters University

Directed by- Dan Scanlon Starring- Billy Crystal, John Goodman and Helen Mirren Monsters Inc is a timeless Disney Pixar classic, so I was slightly nervous going into Monsters University. Was it going to… Continue reading

London Film and Comic-Con- A Report

Whilst arguably it doesn’t attract the glitz and glamour of San Diego Comic-Con, it was my first London Film and Comic-Con experience and I was pretty damned excited. The variety of costumes included… Continue reading

Review #33 A Field in England

This review can be found at Director: Ben Wheatley Starring: Michael Smiley, Julian Barratt, and Reece Shearsmith Running time: 90 minutes Synopsis: Set during the English Civil War, a small group of… Continue reading

Review #32 Much Ado About Nothing- FIVE STAR REVIEW

Directed by- Joss Whedon Starring- Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof and Fran Kranz This movie is fantastic. It’s beautifully shot in black and white and set in Joss Whedon’s beautiful Californian home. I’ve never… Continue reading

Review #31 Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Directed by- Robert Wise Starring- William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley I have to say, whilst watching this movie, I was not impressed. It starts off with about three minutes of scenes with… Continue reading