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Going back to the very first comic starring the web slinging geek, the upcoming  Spider-man film starring Andrew Garfield as the lead character along with Sally Field, Rhys Ifans and Emma Stone this is looking …

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12 Rounds review – Die Hard: With a Vengeance again
May 31, 2009 – 7:29 pm | 3 Comments
12 Rounds review – Die Hard: With a Vengeance again

Can I please have a show of hands as to who has seen: any of the Die Hard series, Speed or even Dirty Harry. Now that the whole world has put their respective hands up, …

He’s Just Not That Into You review – an anti-love story?
May 31, 2009 – 3:55 pm | Comments Off on He’s Just Not That Into You review – an anti-love story?
He’s Just Not That Into You review – an anti-love story?

With a large cast of mostly known names, He’s Just Not That Into You (HJNTIY) promises to be an anti-love story; a romantic tale without the romance. Unfortunately unlike The Break Up which managed to do …

Obsessed review – highly fashionable tat
May 28, 2009 – 2:10 am | Comments Off on Obsessed review – highly fashionable tat
Obsessed review – highly fashionable tat

So a film about an obsessed woman who has some crazy notion that she is loved (or at least desired) by the nearest creature with certain levels of testosterone, is nothing new. In fact it …

Coraline review – I’m still shaking!
May 25, 2009 – 2:08 am | One Comment
Coraline review – I’m still shaking!

After a long delay I am able to speak of my horrific experiences of going to see Coraline in 3D. I had expected a stop-motion film that had the charm and fun of the Wallis …

The Wrestler DVD review – Perhaps Mickey Rourke’s finest hour
May 25, 2009 – 1:37 am | Comments Off on The Wrestler DVD review – Perhaps Mickey Rourke’s finest hour
The Wrestler DVD review – Perhaps Mickey Rourke’s finest hour

After having heard many great things about The Wrestler, I was keen to watch and review it myself. It stars both Mickey Rourke and Marisa Tomei (both actors that were once considered past their prime).

When …

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past review – we don’t need no punctuation
May 23, 2009 – 5:35 pm | Comments Off on Ghosts of Girlfriends Past review – we don’t need no punctuation
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past review – we don’t need no punctuation

Imagine you are in a meeting where you are trying to come up with new and exciting film ideas for 2009. Now imagine that some bright spark comes up with “Christmas Carol about a hunky …

Angels & Demons review – more interesting than The Da Vinci code but not by much
May 17, 2009 – 1:56 am | One Comment
Angels & Demons review – more interesting than The Da Vinci code but not by much

Let’s get one thing straight: I enjoy Dan Brown novels. They focus on the solving of certain problems and conundrums without excluding the audience. Robert Langdon is a character (in the book) that is suave, …

The Terminators – the epitome of lazy direction
May 16, 2009 – 5:21 am | Comments Off on The Terminators – the epitome of lazy direction
The Terminators – the epitome of lazy direction

When a director himself states that the film you are watching is a “piece of garbage” you have to start questioning why it was commissioned in the first place. Xavier S. Puslowski reveals this on …

Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus – as bad as it sounds!
May 12, 2009 – 6:29 pm | 2 Comments
Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus – as bad as it sounds!

I know what you’re thinking! How on earth did I end up reviewing a film with a gloriously awful title? Mega Shark versus Giant Octopus must be up there with the world’s worst titles for …

Star Trek – review of an overhyped film!
May 8, 2009 – 12:04 am | 6 Comments
Star Trek – review of an overhyped film!

I have spent almost entirely last year being spoon-fed this upcoming Star Trek film. We were told so many things about it including the fact that it was a “re-imagining” of sorts, Leonard Nimoy would …