Glass Onion is the sequel to Knives out and the next chapter in the whodunit franchise. I went to see it yesterday and was hoping for something as good as the original or at least as entertaining and I was NOT disappointed with this one. Glass Onion is a film and pardon the pun with … Continue reading #258- Glass Onion is the franchise we need !
Category: Film Recomendation
#257- Confess fletch is the remake we needed.
I went to see confess Fletch on Friday night in Omniplex. I got my drink and my popcorn and I'm sitting in my seat ready to watch a new fletch movie. The original film with the hilarious Chevy Chase is one of his best and funniest films. Fletch is a former investigative reporter who gets … Continue reading #257- Confess fletch is the remake we needed.
#252- Halloween fun watching
It's been two years since the release of the Creature of Cratloe. The found footage mockumentary that I made with my friends back in 2020 during the pandemic. It was originally just a way to distract myself from the pandemic and working Frontline during that mad period. It turned out to be such a fun … Continue reading #252- Halloween fun watching
#249- The most visually striking western I’ve ever watched. Brad Pitt’s greatest role is Jesse James
The assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford is a western film from 2007. It was directed by Andrew Dominik who also directed the Eric Bana film Chopper and Killing them softly. While I really enjoyed those other two films there's something about the assassination that is just so visually stunning and otherworldly. … Continue reading #249- The most visually striking western I’ve ever watched. Brad Pitt’s greatest role is Jesse James
#241- Essential Halloween watching
The Halloween spooky film watching has already begun in my house. We've already watched child's play 1 & 2, Poltergeist, Wolf, The Mothman Prophecies and onto the Conjuring 1 & 2 tonight. There's a list of films that have to be watched around one of my favourite times of year. This year I want to … Continue reading #241- Essential Halloween watching
#240- Last Looks 2021
Directed by : Tim Kirby Written by : Howard Michael Gould Starring : Charlie Hunnam, Rupert Friend, Lucy Fry, Morena Baccarin, Dominic Monaghan & Mel Gibson Last Looks is a film in one of my favourite genres. A private detective tale and filmed in Hollywood too just to really capture that feeling. We follow Waldo … Continue reading #240- Last Looks 2021
#228 – The unbearable weight of massive talent – Nick gets released from the cage
The unbearable weight of massive talent was a hilarious film that I saw tuesday night in Omniplex and honestly I cannot wait to watch this film again. From start to finish I was hooked, laughing and along for a bromance for the ages between Nick Cage and Pedro Pascal. The story follows Nick Cage who … Continue reading #228 – The unbearable weight of massive talent – Nick gets released from the cage
#225 – bank holiday Monday
What to do what to do what to do ? I spent a few years working them, on shift for twelve hours when I should've been nursing a hangover instead This year I'm off, I'm one of the envied ones by healthcare standards all over the country What will I do? It's already 9:10am and … Continue reading #225 – bank holiday Monday
#217 – The batman
I saw the batman this week It was dark and gritty It was trying very very hard It was a rip off of seven It was a rip off of zodiac It was a rip off of fight club It was a rip off and too long I checked my phone a few times I … Continue reading #217 – The batman
#214 -Ray Donovan: The movie
After two years since an abrupt cancelation we've gotten closure on the seven seasons that was Ray Donovan. The Ray Donovan movie was released on January 14th 2022 after fan backlash to the series ending on a cliffhanger. The movie takes place shortly after the series end. Ray and the family are in mourning over … Continue reading #214 -Ray Donovan: The movie