The first spinoff from the smash-hit franchise sees Dwayne Johnson’s Luke Hobbs reluctantly teaming with Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw to save the world. It’s big, it’s stupid, it’s amazing.
The latest in the frenetic Fast and Furious franchise is the wonderfully titled The Fate of the Furious.
It’s a post Paul Walker world and Vin Diesel’s Dom is forced apart from the rest of team family. Turned to the dark side by Charlize Theron’s mysterious hacker Cipher it’s brother vs brother as The Rock leads a team to take Dom down. Oh and Jason Statham is back. Just forget he killed Han, OK?Read more "The Fate of the Furious (2017) Review"
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s $5.5 million casting in The Scorpion King was, at the time, the biggest amount paid to a a first-time leading man. Does this extraordinary amount of money reflect in the quality of the film? Well, yes and no…Read more "100 Words or Less – The Scorpion King (2002)"
With the release of the eighth film in the furious franchise just on the horizon, we take a look back at which of the Fast and Furious films are the best.
So grab a Corona, start up your ten second car, and read on…Read more "Ranking the Fast and Furious films: Worst to Best"
Title – Walking Tall Released – 2004 Director – Kevin Bray Starring – Dwayne Johnson, Johnny Knoxville, Michael Bowen. Review – Do you smell what the Rock is cooking? Something awesome apparently as he beats up a whole group of guys armed with nothing more than a bit of wood. Walking Tall is a surprisingly well-made action/revenge film that […]Read more "100 Words or Less – Walking Tall"
Title – Pain and Gain Released – 2013 Director – Michael Bay Starring – Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Mackie, Dwayne Johnson. Review – Directed by Michael Bay, Pain and Gain may be his best film. Based on the violent true story of Miami body builders committing a viscous crime, the film is actually a great comedy and satire. It contains excellent performances from […]Read more "100 Words or Less – Pain and Gain"