Mississippi Grind is another one of those films that I came across years ago and had sat on my list ever since. I just watched it and it was a very good film with two great performances from Ben Mendelssohn and Ryan Reynolds. The pair meet at a poker table and bond over their shared … Continue reading #265- Mississippi Grind Movie Review
Another Round is a film about Danish drinking culture and a group of four teachers who start a drinking experiment together. The teachers heard of a theory which theorised that if you maintained an alcohol intoxication level of 0,5 it would improve your overall life. This honest and brutal depiction of alcoholism tells it from … Continue reading #264- Another round review
Sr. Is a documentary by Robert Downey Jr and his father Robert Downey in a documentary/ unstructured experimental film. This intimate and very well crafted documentary tells the story of Robert Downey, a renegade filmmaker from the 1960's who's films were as irreverent as the man himself. Robert Downey Jr is our guide through much … Continue reading #263- Sr. A Story of Family and filmmaking
Last night I went to see bones and all, I had seen a trailer for the film a few weeks back and the cinematography and Cohen song you want it darker played over it and I thought it looked great. Basically I didn't know much before I saw the film and I wasn't fully ready … Continue reading #262- Bones and all Review
I found a quiz making website either very late last night or early this morning and I wanted to try it out. I thought I'd start off with a nice fun one about people's favourite Tarantino movies https://www.opinionstage.com/ian-kiely/vote-for-your-favourite-tarantino-movie
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 !
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.
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
I went to the cinema to see Halloween Ends last night. Got my tickets for the Maxx screen, my popcorn and fanta too. I was ready to watch the end of a new trilogy of Halloween films and wanted some good scares, kills and maybe some conclusion to the story. I enjoyed the first film … Continue reading #250- Halloween Ends (hopefully)
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