This particular film, written by Scott Z. Burns (The Bourne Ultimatum, The Informant!), centres around the threat of a major disease outbreak
I don’t often agree with movie critics. In fact generally if they like something I absolutely hate it, well I usually don’t like it at least.
I can’t claim to being the biggest fan of movies that win awards, think I may have mentioned that before.
I confess I have a soft spot for Luc Besson, in fact I love his movies from the Fifth Element to Angel-A the man is a genius and I won’t hear another word on the matter!
Knuckle is all about travellers and the bare-knuckle fighting they partake in, particularly the Quinn McDonagh family
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, it’s been a while since I watched a movie to be honest, but I’m back, back with a Beaver!
A life without limits. Possibly not something we all wish for, though I imagine there’s quite a few of you who would love it!
Paul Giamatti plays a really shouty (he starts losing his voice at one point) King John, a king who has the smallest army you’ve ever seen
I went into this movie thinking it was a loose take on George Orwell’s 1984…I guess ‘loose’ would be the word to use here.
In the decision you currently have, particularly in the UK, around which Sherlock Holmes to spend your hard earned cash on, I feel I can offer some wisdom.
This French movie is quirky and laugh out loud funny in that special way only the French seem to be able to do at times.