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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Die Another Day (2002)

Die Another Day has one of my favorite Bond openings.  Bond fails to win the day and gets captured.  We’ve never seen Bond held captive for so long before.  (The opening credits compress time and show us some of the torture and interrogation Bond endures.)  At that point in my life, I don’t think I […]


Movie Review – Copshop

I can’t say I had any valid expectations going into the movie because all I knew of it was what I saw on the poster. I knew Gerald Butler was in it. He’s a mixed bag. I really like the actor and most of the movies he’s in, but he’s also been in a few […]

Movie Review – Cry Macho

I hate to say it, but this was not some of Clint Eastwood’s better work. I just checked Clint’s filmography at RottenTomatoes and it’s a mixed bag. He’s had some home runs but also struck out on a few. This was definitely a strikeout. The critics currently rate Cry Macho at a 51% clip and […]

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A Groundhog Day Perspective on Ryan Reynold’s Free Guy

We all know that things have been all over the place, thanks to the devastation caused by Plague 2.0. There used to be an order to things; films came out in the cinema for a few weeks or months, depending on how popular it was assessed they would be. The phrase “released directly to video” […]


Indie Movie Review – My Best Worst Adventure

My Best Worst Adventure is a story that’s been told before; a troubled teen is sent away and realises that things can actually be worse… but then, somehow, get better.  In this case the troubled teen is Jenny (Lily Patra), who refuses to speak since the death of her mother. Her step-father Mark (Eoin O’Brien) sends […]


The Giant James Bond Rewatch – GoldenEye (1995)

GoldenEye is an important Bond film.  It ended the six-year hiatus since License to Kill, during which Timothy Dalton quit and Alfred R. Broccoli stepped down as producer.  It introduced Pierce Brosnan in his first outing as James Bond.  And it was the basis for an extremely popular video game, one which I have fond memories […]

Ground Hog Day Indie Movie Review – Infinitum: Subject Unknown

Sometimes you find things because you go looking for them, other times you find things because you go looking for something else! What I was doing was a bio piece on the wonderful Ian McKellen and I noticed that, on his IMDb list, there was a finished film which was new to me so I […]

Movie Review – Malignant

James Wan did it again. When I see his name on a movie poster or trailer, I know that I’m in store for some quality work. He has marvelous visions that he can bring to life very well and give you nightmares for weeks. First, the special effects really stood out, the transitions that he […]

Movie Review – The Card Counter

When I saw that Martin Scorsese was the executive producer, I thought this movie would be on par with the likes of Taxi Driver or Goodfellas. Wow, I was so totally wrong. Simply put, this movie sucked. It’s a dark character study, which is usually great as long as the writing is well done. Nope, […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – License to Kill (1989)

The 1980s were a weird time.  Children’s cartoons became both commercial and dark.  A group of singing raisins released an album.  MTV actually showed music videos.  Jazzercise was a thing.  And they made a Bond film that sucked all the joy out of the franchise. What I dislike about License to Kill Let me start […]

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