Eamon Thomas Hennedy

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Favorite films

  • The Godfather
  • The Godfather: Part II
  • The Matrix
  • Titanic

Recent activity

  • GoldenEye


  • What Happens Later


  • A View to a Kill


  • Priscilla


Pinned reviews

  • What Happens Later

    What Happens Later


    Those of a more cynical nature may scoff at this (and certainly some of the scores on here would indicate a lot of criticism), but Meg Ryan's directorial debut will no doubt win over those who miss the days when the rom-com genre was defined by the works of Nora Ephron, whom this is dedicated to, and Nancy Meyers.

    You remember those days; moderately budgeted crowd-pleasers featuring two big-name stars sharing chemistry that flips from humorously bickering to poignantly tender…

  • Priscilla



    Sofia Coppola's latest feels like a direct counter argument to so many previous depictions of the Presley family. Where everything has inevitably been centered on Elvis himself, instead Coppola delivers another in a great line of magnificent female driven stories by capturing the viewpoint of Priscilla Presley.

    This being a Sofia Coppola film, it looks luminous throughout, but she has always had a knack for capturing inner sadness and the more tentative emotions amongst glossy trappings. The halls of Graceland…

Recent reviews

  • Final Destination 2

    Final Destination 2


    Lacks some of the finesse and smart narrative touches of the first film, but the second Final Destination makes up for that by going full throttle with the set-pieces which frequently up the carnage and bloodshed to ludicrously enjoyable levels.

  • Final Destination

    Final Destination


    Having made a mark contributing to The X-Files and Millennium, collaborators James Wong and Glen Morgan inevitably made the move to the big screen and helped launch a horror franchise whose first installment pre-dated 9/11 but which would continue beyond and deal head on with themes of generational trauma and survival guilt framed against national tragedies

    There is a fun level of ingenuity and creativity to be had in making the hand of fate the slasher killer at the heart…

Popular reviews

  • Dangerous Lies

    Dangerous Lies


    A massively disappointing follow up to Threat Level Midnight, I expected more from Michael Scott.

  • The Philadelphia Story

    The Philadelphia Story


    The moment when James Stewart's character tells Katherine Hepburn's that "there's a magnificence in you" and it cuts to the nost luminous medium close-up of Hepburn..THAT'S cinema.