I'm at work and I'm going about my day as per usual just being a regular neighbour social care worker and then BOOM. Out of nowhere I've gotten the gift of gifts and that is a trailer for the Soprano movie I've been waiting 4 years for. This film was announced first back in 2017 … Continue reading #166 – Sopranos prequel ;The Many Saints of Newark FINALLY has a trailer!
Written by: John D MacDonald, Wesley Strick, James R Webb Directed by: Martin Scorsese Starring: Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte, Jessica Lange, Juliette Lewis, Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum & Joe Don Baker * The Story * Cape fear follows the story of Sam Bowden (Nolte) as a defense lawyer who's having marriage troubles with his … Continue reading #162 – Cape Fear (1991)
Yesterday afternoon I was off work and wanted to watch a newer released movie to give myself a break from the loop of Sopranos and YouTube videos. I watched the 2020 film The invisible man from director Leigh Whannell and starring Elizabeth Moss. The film is about a woman stuck in a crazy and controlling … Continue reading #160 – The invisible man 2020, Red dead redemption 2 and Fargo season 1,2 & 3
Not as good as the first two conjuring films but still worth a watch. There's a possession, some scares and Ed and Lorraine Warren yet again prove to be the best demon hunters for the job. I really felt that James Wan wasn't behind the camera because of a lack of suspense and intensity that … Continue reading #158 – The conjuring 3 – the devil made me do it; Movie review
For the first time in the year of 2021 I got to go to the cinema and see a new film! Originally meant to be released in March of 2020. This film was a delight to see and I'm so excited to talk about it! Directed by: John Krasinski Written by: John Krasinski & Scott … Continue reading #151 – A quiet place II – FIRST FILM IN CINEMA IN 2021
Written by: Elmore Leonard & Quentin Tarantino Directed by: Quentin Tarantino Starring: Pam Grier, Samuel L Jackson, Robert Forester, Michael Keaton, Bridget Fonda, Chris Tucker & Robert De Niro * The Story * Jackie Brown gets arrested for smuggling in cash for Sam Jackson's Ordell. Trouble shortly comes up with bail bonds man, FBI, gangsters … Continue reading #133 – Jackie Brown (1997)
The first rule of fight club is we don't talk about fight club. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 10/10
Written by: Ray Nelson & John Carpenter Directed by : John Carpenter Starring: Roddy Piper, Keith David & Meg Foster. * The Story * We follow the one and only ROWDY RODDY PIPER! As a homeless man who uncovers a worldwide invasion and conspiracy against mankind. He's got sunglasses to show him the truth and … Continue reading #129 – They live (1988) film review
Hearts of darkness is a documentary released in 1991. It has received the 100% fresh rating on rotten tomatoes. Directed by Eleanor Coppola the wife of Francis Ford Coppola, captures the anarchy on the set of Apocalypse Now. The film was filmed in mainly in the Philippines and the set has become infamous as one … Continue reading #127 – Hearts of Darkness (The making of Apocalypse Now)
It's May already this year really is flying by quickly. That's great and things are finally opening up here in Ireland. There's a light at the end of the tunnel, finally! I wanna travel and go abroad, I want to be on the beach again. Feel the sea air blow through my hair, get the … Continue reading #125 – May the 4th be with you!
Written by: Jonathan Fernandez Directed by: Raymond De Felitta Starring: Micheal Pitt, Nina Arianda, Ray Romano, Frank Whaley, Michael Rispoli, Burt Young & Andy Garcia * The Story * Rob the Mob is a true story following a Bonnie & Clyde style pair set in New York in the 1980's. Tommy & Rosie start to … Continue reading #123 – Rob the Mob (2014)
Written & Directed by: Quentin Tarantino Starring: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Steve Buscemi, Chris Penn, Quentin Tarantino, Eddie Bunker & Lawrence Tierney The story A gang of criminals with colours used to replace their names attempts a jewellery robbery but things don't go exactly to plan. With tension at an all time high … Continue reading #122 – Reservoir Dogs (1992)
I wanted to start a new category of reviews here and it's of films that aren't really good films but they're so enjoyable and rewatchable. Films that by any standard aren't well made films but oh they're often my favourite. Films that are so BAD they're GOOD! To start off this list it seems fitting … Continue reading #119 – So BAD it’s GOOD – Batman & Robin 1997