Throughout THE POST, nothing gripped me more than the tension in every scene. As a journalist, this film resounded with me on a level that I barely experience with films. The nail-biting tension and worry before a huge exclusive, the brow-dripping fear tossing up whether to go public, and the jubilation when your work is read out in the wild and appreciated. Hanks is the powerfully driven, truth-set editor that I always dreamed of working for, whilst Streep is a dominating whirlpool of emotions that entrance the viewer.
Scott Adkins is back for his latest white-knuckle low budget punch up. Distributed by Destination Films and getting released straight on home DVD, it’s no wonder that Adkins is hardly a household name with the plethora of stunts and skill at his experienced disposal, but there’s something in Accident Man for all viewers, you’ve just got to look hard enough. It’s not exactly Wolf Warriors, or the Boyka/Undisputed movies, but Adkins prestigious skill at martial arts is pretty much unchallenged…
A solid action-comedy full of jokes for both kids and adults alike; with niche gags, references and easter eggs from every aspect of Batman's far-reaching history (including multiple jabs at both Christian Bale and the 60's TV series. Plus batnipples)
Rapping about being a billionaire, having rock solid abs and wicked 'shredding' guitar skills, and having better ideas than anyone else are all just another solid day in the life of BATMAN! Really, just allow the film to wash over…
Aiming to be 'The Social Network' of the fast food burger empire, Michael Keaton strikes out again with probably the best performance of his career (and much better than Birdman or even... Batman!).
Playing a wolf in sheep's clothing; Michael Keaton is one moment the jovial smiling Ray Kroc simply looking for good business opportunities and grabbing that chance to become rich, the next Keaton is a vile ruthless machiavellian villain who'll stop at nothing to seize control of this…