Based on the true story of Phillipe Petit who in 1974 decided he was going to high wire walk across the twin towers of the World Trade Centre. Joseph Gordon-Levitt was fantastic as usual, even with a slightly dodgy French accent. The film takes a little while to get going as it tells how Phillipe became a hire wire walker and his obsession with the twin towers, but once he gets to New York and starts his very illegal attempt…
Sicario was awesome and one of the best thrillers I've seen in years, Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin were on fine form. It was tense, had some great action and a few surprises, it looked bloody glorious with some great cinematography and one of the most stunning sunset scenes I've ever seen.
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Avengers: Age of Ultron is just as epic as the first Avengers film, it's possibly a lot funnier as well. The action is again superb, and although the film has quite a bloated cast with new Avengers members, everyone pretty much gets their own moments.
It's a lot darker in tone in places than the first Avengers film and there are some quite heavy moments. There are also a few surprise moments and some really human…
I really enjoyed It Follows. It's a good creepy film that reminds me of the old school '70s and '80s horror films. It has the atmospheric shots, a creepy score and a great premise. It has a couple of jumpy moments, but it's the creepiness of the movie that will unsettle you the most. You'll be looking over your shoulder for days to come after watching this. Well worth going to see.