Written & Directed by - S Craig Zahler Starring - Mel Gibson, Vince Vaughn, Tory Kittles, Michael Jai White, Don Johnson, Laurie Holden and Jennifer Carpenter The Plot Two Detectives get caught up in a PR scandal after a big bust they made where footage was found of them being too aggressive with a suspect … Continue reading #35 – Dragged across concrete – Review
Some of my favourite films from 2019. It was a brilliant year for film and television this year. There was definitely more good films than bad that I saw. Some of the films that came out this year I'm sure will live on as classics and others are just good entertainment. I haven't seen every … Continue reading #34 – The best films of 2019
Season 7 Continues to up the ante for tension, action and character development with this episode. Directed excellently by Kyra Sedgwick with unbelievable use of flashbacks and present day. This episode featured heavily with flashbacks of Ray, Mickey and Jim Sullivan back in the 1970's. For a show that hasn't used many flashbacks It felt … Continue reading #33 – Ray Donovan season 7 episode 7 Review
Episode 6 we pick up at the end of Ray and Molly's date and they're coming into Ray's apartment and they're in a hurry, safe to presume their date went very well. Ray puts Molly onto his bed right on top of Bridget who they didn't see sleeping there. They have their introductions and molly … Continue reading #32 – Ray Donovan season 7 episode 6 Review
Director: Quentin Tarantino Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Kurt Russell, Timothy Olyphant, Luke Perry, Dakota Fanning, Emile Hersch, Bruce Dern and Al Pacino. If Pulp Fiction and the big lebowski got thrown into a blender in Tarantino's kitchen you'd get this masterpiece. It was on my 4th watch of this film on Sunday … Continue reading #31 – Once upon a time in Hollywood – Review
Yippee kayee motherfucker. It's Christmas again and that means movies and the best of the best the cream of the crop of all these Christmas movies is DIE HARD. It's been a tradition of mine for years now to watch it every Christmas day even if I'm working I'm getting up early to watch John … Continue reading #30 – Die Hard is the greatest Christmas movie ever!
The best shows from the 2010's. No Game of Thrones because that last season kinda fucks up the show as a whole series. 10. Fargo 9. Peaky Blinders 8. Stranger Things 7. Lethal Weapon Season 1-2 6. Black Mirror 2011 - Present 5. Bobs Burgers 2011 - present 4. Rick and Morty 3. True Detective … Continue reading #29 – 10 best TV shows of the decade
Michael Bay is back with a series of events in sequence.. kind of a movie, lots of fun scenes with not much reason to it
Episode 5 directed by Co-star Dash Mihok was one of the shows finest episodes. We pick up with Ray watching Molly as she sleeps and he's planning on his usual exit when Molly actually calls him on his shit. She's growing on me so much what a great addition to the show and to Ray's … Continue reading #27 – Ray Donovan season 7 episode episode 5
Episode 4 picks up where we left Ray drinking alone in his office. Shortly after Ray gets raided by the police and they take his car the following morning. Smitty comes to the office and asks Ray's advice on sex and marriage which is a hilarious scene. This episode actually has some fantastic moments with … Continue reading #26 – Ray Donovan season 7 episode 4
It's not easy to choose just one favourite film from each year so basically I went with my favourite cinema experience, rewatchability and great music or quotes I enjoyed the most. 2019 The Irishman Martin Scorsese is back and he's brought DeNiro, Pacino and Pesci along for the ride. The Irishman feels like the film … Continue reading #25 – My favorite 10 films from the past decade
This week's episode starts on a sombre note. Mick's back from the dead and recovering from the explosion he was in and the punch Ray gave him when he saw him standing in the doorway. Ray's trying to pin the blame now on Mick for the cop murders in last season and get him out … Continue reading #24 – Ray Donovan season 7 episode 3
Just a short list of some of the funniest and forgotten Comedy films ever made. Some of these films have gained a cult following or even large fan base but didn't do so great on their initial release. Either way these comedies are some of my favourite films I've ever seen and are so endlessly … Continue reading #23 – Forgotten Comedy Gems
Don't attempt to watch this garbage fire of a film for the sake of your time, energy, well being. The 2019 Lion King takes a nice big steamy hot shit on the 1994 original. Don't watch this "Film"
Ham on Rye - 1982 Ham on Rye is a semi auto biographical novel by Charles Bukowski. The Novel follows his alter ego Henry Chinaksi and is written in first person throughout. Ham on Rye follows Chinaksi as he recalls his childhood until when he becomes a young man. From his tenuous at best relationship … Continue reading #21 – Ham on Rye by Charles Bukowski