Shot in a documentary style End Of Watch plunges the viewer right into the action, following two street cops in LA as they go about their work.
And it is kind of it. The plot is simple, no grand mystery or twist, this is just a story about two men doing a difficult job.
The cops in question, played brilliantly by Jake Gyllenhall and Michael Pena, are seen by some to be reckless but by others to be good at…
Room 237, or what happens when a group of people who have way to much time on their hands get together and watch a film repeatedly.
This film is nonsense, but it's engaging nonsense nonetheless as seven people delve into the supposed hidden meanings in Kubrick's classic.
The majority of the theories play out like bullshit to be honest, like the film being Kubrick's comment on the treatment of the Native American's or it being his reaction to having been…
I liked this film. I liked it a lot. In fact I think I loved it a little bit.
And I loved it a little bit for a number of reasons, the key one being that it really nails it central theme, that of regret and how missed opportunities and missed moments affect us all.
More often that not time travel films are about going on an adventure, or making money or other more cynical actions and that's fine, I'm…
Remember how pleasantly surprised you were when you first watched Anchorman and spent the duration of the film pissing yourself?
21 Jump Street does exactly the same thing. This film wasn't on my radar at all, then the reviews came out and they were good, then the word of mouth started to spread so I put aside my pre-conceptions about the film and went with it. I was rewarded with one of the funniest films I've seen in a long long time. Who'd of thought lines like "Hey Korean Jesus" and "Wonder Years Douch" could have me crying with laughter.