London Has Fallen Review

Out now on DVD and Blu-ray, the sequel to 2013’s Olympus Has Fallen performs the old sequel trick of doing exactly what the first film did, only bigger. As is the case with a lot of b-movie action films, you’ll be asking yourself a lot of questions once the credits roll for London Has Fallen. Questions […]

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100 Words or Less – The Mechanic

Title – The Mechanic Released – 2011 Director – Simon West Starring – Jason Statham, Ben Foster, Donald Sutherland Review – The Mechanic is much better than it has any right to be. What might seems like a dumb Jason Statham vehicle is actually…well it’s still pretty dumb but it’s a very well-made dumb action film, thanks to two […]

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The Nice Guys (2016) Review

“You’re the world’s worst detectives.” The Nice Guys is Shane Black’s latest irreverent buddy movie, starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe as two very different crime solvers drawn into the same mystery. Like nearly all of the previous films Black’s written and/or directed (Lethal Weapon, The Last Boy Scout, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Kiss Kiss Bang […]

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Green Room Review

This will all be over soon, gentlemen Never have I been to the cinema and heard the same gasps that I heard during Green Room. We’re British, that’s not what we do. We leave the clapping during the credits and hollering at the screen to our friends across the pond. But during certain scenes in […]

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100 Words or Less – 3000 Miles to Graceland

Title – 3000 Miles to Graceland Released – 2001 Director – Demian Lichtenstein Starring – Kurt Russell, Kevin Costner, Courteney Cox, Christian Slater Review – In a word: unpleasant. 3KMTG is weird, horrible in every way yet exceptionally entertaining. The cast is amazing, the action is hyperviolent and explosive and the Elvis impersonations are spot-on. It’s over the top and unsure what […]

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