What compels a grown man such as I to inflict such visions of horror and violence upon not only myself,…
Just how awesome is this film? A low-key movie set in a not too distant future, robots are part of…
I can’t quite figure out if Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) is a total dude or a douche in this film….
You can watch a hundred movies over the course of the year but I can guarantee it would only be…
I tell thee, I do not envy the job of the editor on this movie. The Wachowskis are not known…
This is what life’s about. Disney, Pixar, Dreamworks – enough to get any adult excited. Strange given the films are…
What is it about reminiscing about these films of the 80′s and 90′s that trigger such fantastic memories? Arnold is…
I literally had no idea what this film was about when I sat down. Avoided any trailers and only absorbed…
Tell me to watch a contemporary movie and expect Philip Seymour Hoffman to be out-acted by someone else on screen…
Have seen this film many times and I have to say, for me it’s my film of 2011. I’ve decided…
Ahhhhhhh, Peter Jackson. I feel like I know you so well. When you first graced my consciousness with your divinity,…
Tragedy and Joy mixed with Peter Jacksons trademark concoction of special effects and character development.
Matt Damon in war consipiracy thriller, revolving around the fake Iraqi war.
Ray Winstone leads a pack of rogues in a case of revenge and redemption. Not first without parting with 400 C bombs.
Enough visual spectacle to ensure it remains your BluRay demo disc for at least a decade.
A beautiful, stirring, originally made, acoustically brilliant take on the Lebanon Wars and the folly of man.
I applaud one of the greatest films of 2009 as Moon wraps up a decade of spectacular film.
One of the greatest horror movies I’ve ever seen makes me shit my pants for 4 days solid.
An incredibly absorbing tale of racial intollerance, set in a sci-fi genre, using top grade acting and improv.
Jolly nazi romp that intimidates and tickles in equal measure.
Iraqi war drama surrounding the gung-ho exploits of U.S. Army bomb disposal experts.
Transformers 2 is, as promised, bigger, louder, crisper, sharper and more demented than any movie has any right to be.
Terminator Salvation reignites one of the best movie franchises to ever exist with style and verve. This is a 400g rare fillet steak.
Cute cats, sewn eyes and kings dinners – Coraline paints a picture of fantasy unlike any other.
Thank you JJ Abrams. Star Trek returns, has sold its soul to the devil and is guaranteed a new lease of life. Hello Stardate future!
Clint Eastwood reminds the world why he still is the powerhouse we know. Incredibly moving film concerning ambition and sacrifice.
Amazing how Simon Pegg has cracked Hollywood. Despite an all star cast, concept is weak and the plot is vacuous.
Tyson – animal or poet? Never would have considered this question before but the film is genius enough to warrant debate.
Colin Farrell and Ed Norton bash the shit out of each other in movie about cops getting pissed with cops.
Guns, spaghetti, attitude and sand in the face, Gomorra’s sorry take on modern Mafia life is a dirty slap in the face.
Muscles from Brussels is an instant hit as he combines art-house, self parody and action adventure. Awesomes!
Holy shit Keanu you really fucked this one up. We thought the earth was ours. Please, Keanu – take it back.
If you’re gonna grab a girl, don’t make it the daughter of ex CIA fuck nut, Liam Neeson. Prepare for a rollercoaster.
A stunning meld of character, visual effects and a storyline that has no evidence of Hollywood interference.
I watched a film that made me question the things I value in life. Perhaps this movie should be part of the curriculum.
Daniel Day Lewis as powerhouse Plainview in a tale of prospectors engaged the great oil rush of 19th century America.
The excellent dramatisation of the bout between Frost and Nixon in the 70′s – both looking to save a career at the expense of the other.