Reblogged from Film Reviews: 2013 DIRECTOR: J.J. Abrams Contains MASSIVE Spoilers! CINEMA REVIEW Will we be adding this to our collection? YES The 2009 reboot had established the relationship between Kirk (Chris Pine) and Scotty (Simon Pegg) and then ruined it by having a stupid sequence in which Mr. Scott is sucked up into a plumbing system. This is
Reblogged from Film Reviews: 2012 DIRECTOR: Ryan Johnson Contains MAJOR Spoilers! “This year’s The Matrix”. “Most Exiting film of the year”. Both are quotes from the posters and both are very much overstated in my opinion. But don’t get me wrong, Looper is one of the genre’s most ambitious and bold films that I have
Reblogged from Film Reviews: 2012 DIRECTOR: Steven Soderberg May Contain Spoilers! Not really what I was expecting. With quotes such as “Hilarious” on the poster and featuring a Matthew McConaughey in a role in which it is perfectly acceptable for him to have his shirt off, this was a much grittier affair that I was expecting. Yes,
Reblogged from Film Reviews: 1979 – THEATRICAL VERSION 1979/2000 – THE DIRECTOR’S EDITION DIRECTOR: Robert Wise May Contain Spoilers! Star Trek: The Motion Picture is a much maligned entry into the Trek canon, seen as too slow, cold and lacking the heart of the original cult TV series, which had finished a decade earlier. But I feel
Reblogged from Film Reviews: 2011 DIRECTOR: Joe Johnson May Contain Spoilers! Since Iron Man in 2008, The Avenger’s franchise has been building up momentum and this is the final act before the big one. Captain America, possibly one of the hardest sells in the comic world these days, is in the hands of Joe Johnson.
Reblogged from Film Reviews: 1939 DIRECTOR: Victor Fleming May Contain Spoilers! Overrated, but maybe misunderstood in this decade. You have to cast your mind back to how it must have been in 1939, with no such thing as television as such, this was the mini-series of the day and in fact, was shown as in two
Reblogged from Film Reviews: Due to be released on the 22nd October 2013, the next two all but lost Cinerama Travelogues are being released by independent U.S. distributor, Flicker Alley. Flicker Alley were responsable for last year’s landmark releases, This Is Cinerama (1952) and Windjammer (1958). Both remastered, as are the two forthcoming releases, by