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Recent reviews

  • Licence to Kill

    Licence to Kill


    The second and final outing for the best James Bond. There's almost nothing to choose between this and the Living Daylights in quality. This is possibly a bit more focused and serious for the most part but then goes a bit silly at the end.

    Living Daylights is a lighter tone overall but still has a very very sharp Bond.

    Here's he's obsessively focused on revenge which often gets him in severe trouble. His fabulous female companion to have to…

  • RoboCop



    RoboCop on the big screen!

    It's one of the greatest films ever made obviously.

    Even if Dick Jones has strangely elongated arms as he falls out of the window.

    Seeing it on the big screen really showed me to soak up the Fabulous brutalist architecture of Dallas.

    I also took note of how even the minor supporting cast are playing an absolute blinder. It's all so believable..

    Plus it's a great straight action film and a brilliant piece of satire. Having your cake and eating it is quite an achievement..

Popular reviews

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    In Brief:

    It's just more of the same. Huge exposition dumps with occasional Crouching Tiger ish martial arts. Feels like we've seen it all before.

    In Full:

    I'd been really doubtful about this ever since the first trailer and I'm sad to say my fears about it were entirely right. It's a bland actioner following the same old marvel movie template only with a far less interesting protagonist than ever before.

    Of course it's a noble thing to have a…

  • Gunpowder Milkshake

    Gunpowder Milkshake

    In Brief:
    Pretty much what you get if you let the internet make a 'kewl'* movie aping much better directors. Hollow and with honkingly bad dialogue and a pretty poor lead performance from Karen Gillan, but I blame the direction. Lena Heady and Michelle Yeoh almost save it though.

    In full:

    Clearly based around a single concept of what of "John Wick was a girl?" and then an incompetent director is given a lot of money to make it.