• Orange County

    Orange County


    now let’s see what Chet can do

  • Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers

    Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers


    Hopefully this sees a return of children’s film where the writers don’t know how to make child friendly films so just live for on the nose metaphors.

    I know absolutely nothing about chip and dale but I don’t think you really have to to get a kick out of this. The cross animation is so much fun and the plot is so simple you just kind of sit back and take in all the chaos.

    As a long time fan…

  • Jason Bourne

    Jason Bourne

    walked into the hotel from a my chemical romance gig drunk af and this was on. couldn’t tell you what happened but it seemed like it sucked

  • As Tears Go By

    As Tears Go By


    The lack of Wong Kar-Wai I’ve seen is about to be remedied by my sexy criterion box set baby and after ages thinking what should I watch first I’ve decided to tackle the director’s filmography chronology.

    I’m a sucker for directorial debuts because I love how you see their style naturally appear in the early stages of their work. WKW love if filmmaking here is what grabbed my attention as it’s so apparent in his craft.

    The tale and cinematography…

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    I’m not a main character, I’m a beefy brainless henchman for Wanda. She can tell me what to wear, what to eat and what to do. If she kills me, that’s on me, she caught me lacking

  • Panic Room

    Panic Room

    honestly I was on my phone for most of this lol

  • A League of Their Own

    A League of Their Own


    Controversial opinion but I think Tom Hanks is stronger at comedy than dramatic roles, however his skills as a actor vastly out way his skills as a creator of humans.

    Such a playful and charming film. Not at all what I expected and although filled with cliches I don’t think a film of this kind would work without leaning into the formula somewhat.

    Geena Davis’ charms the audience so much and works so well with such a large cast. Madonna…

  • True Romance

    True Romance


    I always take the piss when it comes to films where people have a toxic infatuation with problematic character but DAMN. I want what they have.

    Directed by Tony Scott and Written by Quentin Tarantino, True Romance follows two new lovers on the run with a large amount of cocaine.

    It’s so character driven as you expect with a QT script with everyone so colourful and outlandish. At its best it showcases Tarantino love of cinema and hyper American culture.…

  • Bachelor Party

    Bachelor Party


    It started of like it this will be good to laugh at and then just descended into that special brand of 80’s problematic

  • The Humans

    The Humans

    If you saw the trailer for this and expected it’s to be unlikable, pretentious and stuck up its own arse, you’d be right

  • Top Gun

    Top Gun

    Confession time: I love Tom Cruise. He is the best at what he does and truly is the last of his kind. No one has the charisma or the balls to star in this film and successfully con you all that this isn’t a load of bullshit.

    I’d seen this once before, I went to an afters and a mate put it on and I was out of my tree so I had a good time, sadly the rewatch and…

  • Mandy



    Oh Mandyyyyy
    I found you, £3, in CEX
    They basically gave you away, oh Mandy
    When I played you, you had blurry FX
    I should have got the Blu Ray, Oooooh Mandy!

    It was heart breaking that my dvd looked like ms paint project however I’m gonna chalk that up to b movie charm.

    To the uninitiated, most would agree the Nic Cage revival started here (not like he ever went anywhere). A stand out performance for the star here.…