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  • The Hangover Part II

    The Hangover Part II


    Do you remember that funny film about the guys who try to piece together a night out in Vegas? Yeah. So do I. I presume this film was made for those with Alzheimer's.

  • The Cabin in the Woods

    The Cabin in the Woods


    There are many spoiler filled reviews and to be fair it's very difficult ground to tread to the point where even the trailer gives too much away. So I will say only this Whedon knows his way around the genre and you're in his very safe, capable hands. Expect blood, dismemberment, tits, tension, monsters, cliches, misdirection and the lols.

    See this soon and enjoy it.

  • The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!

    The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!


    Peter Lord and his team at Aardman have done it again. Moving back to stop-motion after their tumble with CGI for Flushed Away it is clear just how much care and attention has been given to the models and sets. It's amazing just how far they've come since A Grand Day Out.

    With many a recognisable voice lent to this film there are plenty of laughs to keep children and adults thoroughly amused throughout. Here's hoping that the other Pirates! books are given a chance.

  • The Raid

    The Raid


    Unfortunately due to a fire alarm activation I've not seen the third act of this film. However what I have seen is gripping, action filled and required viewing for any fan of action films.

    I'll update this review with some concrete information when I've seen the rest.

  • Crazy Heart

    Crazy Heart


    I love Jeff Bridges, I really do. But even he wasn't strong enough to help me plough through Crazy Heart. A lack of story, shallow characters and a constant orange hue made this entirely unwatchable.

    The one saving grace is Maggie Gyllenhaal who I have a thing for so that doesn't really count.

  • Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

    Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory


    Thanks to the BFI I had an opportunity too see this on the big screen. It has lost none of its magic over the years and still made me laugh out loud. We were also treated to a brief Q&A with Veruca Salt.

  • Turbulent Skies

    Turbulent Skies


    Sweet Jesus. What fresh hell is this? I've ticked the box to say I've seen it but I lasted 10 minutes. I'm not sure who the intended audience is. Perhaps Helen Keller would have enjoyed this more.

    Who on earth is green lighting this shit?

  • A Hard Day's Night

    A Hard Day's Night


    Who couldn't love A Hard Day's Night? A mix of music, jolly japes and funny one-liners the boys come together with an impressive ensemble cast to deliver a classic.

  • The Social Network

    The Social Network


    An all star cast, great script writer and a brilliant director all worked hard to produce a film without a tangible story. My favourite part was when Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that $1000 + $18000 = $19000 but their maths skills failed them when trying to get the shareholders to add up to 100%, it came in around the 105% mark.

    The dialogue consisted of a series of quips and witty come-backs. Everything that was said seemed to be the kind…

  • Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris


    Loved the cinematography and the soundtrack.

    That's the good things out of the way. Rachel McAdams was signposted as a bitch from the start, Woody Allen held our hand and told us how much we should dislike Michael Sheen and Owen Wilson was constantly tripping over famous people in 1920s Paris.

    This also featured the most amicable break up I've ever witnessed or experienced.

  • Adventures Of A Plumber's Mate

    Adventures Of A Plumber's Mate


    The trick with the Adventures of... or Confessions of... series is to accept that they are 1) a product of their time and 2) utterly ridiculous. Once you've gotten past both those hurdles you're free to sit back and enjoy them.

    Like with any films from the same franchise Adventures of a Plumber's Mate is peppered with bad physical gags, obvious innuendo and tits. This is the main force of it's appeal.

    The sets are a wonder to behold as…

  • Seeking Justice