After jumping into the ‘Saw’ franchise amid the country-wide lockdown, we decided to follow it up with James Wan and Leigh Whannell’s other franchise, ‘Insidious’.
Unlike ‘Saw’, there’s no bad entry, so ranking these were much more difficult. But here’s my list! Let me know what you think.
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The world is currently in the midst of the very worst year in recent memory. What better way to deal with the crushing existential despair than watch one of the wackiest, most insane movie franchises of all time?
Here’s my ranking of all the films in the Saw franchise.
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“What if you had to tell someone the most important thing in the world, but you knew they’d never believe you?” I had planned on reviewing Tenet after I saw it opening week, on a very big and loud IMAX screen, in the middle of a socially distanced cinema. I was hugely excited about the film, if […]
Read More Déjà Vu (2006) is better than Tenet (2020)
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“Devil’s changing you already.” Ok so lets talk about 8MM. The film is directed by Joel Schumacher. Joel Schumacher of Batman and Robin fame. Upon going on Metacritic to see the reviews of this film I found it actually has less than Batman and Robin. Let that sink in, if the reviews are to be…
Netflix has a chequered past when it comes to their ‘original’ programming. For every standout like ‘Okja’, ‘Dolemite is my Name’, or ‘The Irishman’, there’s a bucket load of terrible films like ‘The Ridiculous 6’ or ‘The Outsider’ or ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’.
‘Extraction’ falls somewhere in the middle in terms of quality – but in terms of enjoyment it’s one of the best film’s Netflix currently has.
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Tom Hanks plays Fred Rogers in a film that is far from being a straight-up biopic.
Read More A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood (2019) Review and Discussion
Like practically every 90’s kid, we got scooped up in the hype train that was Harry Potter. From the books to the films, that world was amazing. We all saw each film at the cinema over the years and suddenly it was over. While it was still an interesting world, the magic of it fizzled a little bit. So we thought it was time for a reappraisal.
Read More We Just (Re-)Watched… Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Seventeen years after the exercise in excess that was Michael Bay’s Bad Boys II we finally get a threequel for a franchise that people feel surprisingly strongly about. And imagine my surprise when the reviews for this instalment weren’t just okay, they were actually great.
Read More We Just Watched… Bad Boys for Life (2020)
Based on true events, The Two Popes follows the meeting of Pope Benedict XVI (Anthony Hopkins) and the future Pope Francis (Jonathan Pryce), two men with wildly different interpretations of the Catholic faith and very separate ideas of how the church should adapt to the ever-changing modern world.
Read More We Just Watched… The Two Popes (2019)
‘Uncut Gems’ is a deeply unpleasant experience that I wholeheartedly recommend. Starring Adam Sandler in a performance that definitely should have got him an Oscar nomination, the film moves at a million miles a minute and never lets up.
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