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
For as long as I can remember Cinema and actors have fascinated me. These magnificent and larger than life figures have always drawn me to them. Their skill, Their look, Their charisma. As a child it was my escape from the everyday Cinema has saved my life many times I often found myself alone and … Continue reading #218 – Acting
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
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
Dune Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Adapted from: Dune (1965) Starring: Timothee Chalamet,Rebecca Ferguson, Jason Mamoa, Oscar Isaac,Josh Brolin, Javier Bardem, Zendaya & Stellan Skarsgård I went into this film with zero knowledge of the world the book or the old David Lynch movie and I was knocked the fuck out by this film. The story, … Continue reading #210-Cinema trips: update
The harder they fall is beautiful, Colourful, Original Creative & goddamn entertaining, Regina King is a Queen Watch it ! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 10/10
The Sopranos prequel movie the Many saints of Newark is almost upon us. The film was first announced back in 2017 and I've been patiently waiting since. So far the trailers have not disappointed and the hype for this movie is now out of this world. It's been my most anticipated movie release of the … Continue reading #194 – The Many Saints of Newark trailer II
Keeping in line with my favourite 18 songs I thought I'd put down my favourite films here. Some of these aren't the classics or what you'd usually expect on a list but they're my favourite, most rewatchable and enjoyable films. They're not necessarily in any particular order but these 18 are films I watch on … Continue reading #188 – My favorite 18 films
Written by: James Gunn Directed by: James Gunn Starring: Idris Elba, Margot Robbie, John Cena, Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, Michael Rooker , Pete Davidson, Nathan Fillion, Daniela Melchoir, Peter Capaldi, Taika Waititi & Sylvester Stallone * The Story * The suicide squad are sent to the island of Corto Moltese with high tech … Continue reading #186 – The suicide squad 2021 is AMAZING & HILARIOUS!
Barb and Star go to vista Del Mar is one of the greatest surprises I've had from a comedy film or even film in so long. This film is incredibly hilarious and such an original story. Kristen Wiig is great as the lead and her voice is definitely felt as she plays 2 characters, she … Continue reading #183 – Barb and star go to vista Del Mar (2021) I cried laughing
My girlfriend and I sat down last night to watch the Bourne identity and that quickly turned into watching Supremacy and Ultimatum back to back. It had been so long since I watched them and since it's the hottest day of the year with the dead heat that's in Limerick City these days being inside … Continue reading #176 – Did Jason Bourne let his girlfriend die so he could survive?
Written by: George Gallo & Josh Posner Directed by: George Gallo Starring: Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones, Morgan Freeman, Emile Hirsch & Jack Braff *The Story * Robert De Niro's in debt to the Mob and thinks up a new insurance scam to try pay them off. De Niro has to try and kill … Continue reading #171 – The comeback trail 2021
Well well well if it isn't the 4th of July. Oh it's more than just the 4th of July my friends. It's been 100 years since Jack Torrance was photographed in the Overlook Hotel. Let us never forget this iconic moment of cinema history. Kubrick, Nicholson and Duvall thank you all for the Shining. To … Continue reading #170 – The Shining 100 years on from the ending