I asked myself when the news spread they were going to make another Bourne film with...JR.
These finished up as a great trilogy and the studio should have hanged up the boots then.
This proved that I was right and they should of changed this title to 'The Bore Legacy'.
Mostly through the entire film all I wanted to see was some great action scenes and couldn't care about what the characters had to do.
This what the problem…
Being a huge fan of Superman I didn't go into much anticipation on this due to the last disappointment that I felt cheated on.
As soon as I saw the trailer though, I knew already this would be a hit than 'returns'....hell.....the trailer was better already.
Everything works well and it's great to see we have a great actor to play Sups.
I enjoyed how everything was shown an entirely new perspective and the flashbacks worked well of seeing how…
There are so many people I know that (or have) want to do a road trip, driving for miles on end on a bike or either in a car. After seeing loads of road movies I myself did a driving trip starting from L.A, Vegas and then a spectacular drive to San Francisco.
This is based on Che's earlier life and shows the kind of adventure he came across from travelling and here this film takes us along that journey.…
The idea was good and the heist scene was pretty tense but after that this film just dragged me down into a hole.
Brad Pitt did a great job but was extremely wasted which was a shame.
This film had more F-Words then 'Scarface'. I reckon there was not 1 minute without a swear word throughout this.
I loved the slow motion moment in the car but it felt out of place and didn't help the film.
It's not brilliant but worth a view.
David Lynch is a god!
Why, because the direction and cinematography are jaw dropping to watch and it's completely different to what he usually brings out in the bag.
Everything is perfect and Richard Farnsworth was perfect for this role.
As soon as he begins his long journey I felt like I wanted to jump on a tractor and follow him alongside.
Due to this based on a true story and if he did get a driving licence, then drove…
It's such a shame Steven Soderbergh retired as I have enjoyed most of his films over the years. Here again he does a great job which is completely different to how he usually directs.
The entire film keeps you compelled all the way with a great twist towards the end and it's quite worrying as things like this can actually happen.
Excellent performances and Rooney is really making her mark in Hollywood.
Ok, this has a cult following and it's filmed in a nice style but WTF was going on. It was too damn weird from the start and completely boring with a mix of soft porn.
Bowie was perfect to play an alien with his eyes and funny hair but I felt lost throughout this film more then he did. Maybe he actually wanted to keep drinking booze to forget he was filming this rubbish.
I will remember Bowie from most of his songs and starring in the great film 'Labyrinth'.
This film will be long forgotten in my memory banks
My 2nd viewing of this film as the first time I didn't really appreciate it much.
Having seeing some great reviews and ratings on here I thought it's time to give it another go.
So glad I did as this was so much better and I cared more for the characters and with the superb directing it makes you wanting to reach out trying to help the poor girl.
Performances are top notch and Clive Owen does a fantastic job…
Never really was interested in this film until I realised the great David Cronenberg directed it.
A very eerie-scary story which makes David feel at home to show his talent at this early stage.
Oliver Reed who stars in this was such a great talented actor and it's a shame that later in life he turned to booze and passed away.
Not one of Davids best but worth a watch if you are fed up the teeth of remakes/prequels in our time today.
This is one of those films where the trailer is better the entire film.
The idea when a zombie eats brains they get to see the victims memories I thought was a nice touch.But this is just taking the pee out of all the awesome zombie films.
Zombies talk and fall in love.....please......... this is just as rubbish when they made those vampire films over the past few years (Twilight anyone).
John Malkovich is entirely wasted but he does a great job as expected.
This film turned my warm brain into a cold turkey.
Being a bit dubious on films either being remade or prequels I wasn't expecting much as most of them don't work.
Having loved 'The Wizard of Oz' this has got a lot of competition to be up their with the best.
This could of been perfect for Tim Burton to work on but we get Sam Raimi instead.
He does a great job with plenty of colour and great action sets that work quite well.
The cast is perfect and…
Having loved the 1st and 2nd Shrek this is now beginning to dry out.
Most of it was not funny with cringeworthy jokes and it's just too stupid.
The first 2 Shrek films are for all ages but this is probably for 5 year olds as they will appreciate it more.
Again the picture and sound are top notch on Blu Ray and it's a shame that I won't be coming back in a hurry for this one.