Monthly Archives: October 2013

‘Stolen’ – Film Thoughts/Review

Nicolas Cage has reunited with his ‘Con Air’ director of Simon West (the British director to bring you ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’, ‘The Expendables 2’, ‘The Mechanic’ and the Rick Astley ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ music video) for ‘STOLEN’, … Continue reading

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‘Dark Skies’ – Film Thoughts/Review

Busy Hollywood horror producer Jason Blum and his Blumhouse production outlet are back with Scott Stewart’s next film ‘DARK SKIES’, a alien abduction horror about a couple (Keri Russell and Josh Hamilton) protecting their sons from being taken by aliens … Continue reading

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‘The Purge’ – Film Thoughts/Review

Producer Jason Blum (the man behind ‘Paranormal Activity’, ‘Insidious’, ‘Sinister’, any other variations of these words to make them sound menacing) has teamed up with Michael Bay’s Platinum Dune’s (back catalogue being horror remakes including 2010’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm … Continue reading

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‘FILTH’ – Film Thoughts/Review

Back in 1996 Danny Boyle’s ‘Trainspotting’ (adaption from a Irvine Welsh novel) causing almost a revolution as it was the first British film to break out of the whole vision of just having period dramas being released from Britain. Adapting … Continue reading

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‘PRISONERS’ – FILM THOUGHTS/REVIEW

After being placed on Hollywood’s Blacklist of scripts a few years back, it was until producer Mark Wahlberg snapped it up we might not have seen ‘PRISONERS’ about parents Hugh Jackman, Maria Bello and Terrence Howard and Viola Davis coming … Continue reading

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‘Rush’ – Film Thoughts/Review

Ron Howard continues his titanic accounts of real-life events (having ‘Apollo 13’ and ‘Frost/Nixon’) under his belt with the story between the 1970’s F1 rivals of James Hunt and Niki Lauda with ‘RUSH’.  With Peter Morgan again on this collaboration … Continue reading

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About Time – Film Thoughts/Review

Richard Curtis’s next foray into romantic comedies (i use the term romantic loosely) comes in the form of ‘ABOUT TIME’, about Tim (played like as if he’s the new Hugh Grant by Domhnall Gleeson) who discovers from his father (played … Continue reading

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