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Amazon has just launched its interpretation of Lee Child’s first novel, Killing Floor. How does it compare to the previous films and, more importantly, the original books? Well, I’ve read the books, watched the films, and seen the TV series and here’s my twopenn’orth.
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New Movies This Week
starring: Zoë Kravitz, Robert Pattinson, Barry Keoghan
runtime: 2 hours 55 minutes
genres: Action | Crime | Drama
rating: [PG-13] Some Suggestive Material | Drug Content | Strong Disturbing Content | Strong Language | Strong Violent Content
directed by: Matt Reeves
Peetimes: My hope is to have Peetimes for this movie prior to the first showing at 3:00 PM Eastern on Thursday, March 3rd. But, that’s not a sure thing.I have tickets to the opening show on Thursday. The worst-case scenario is that I’ll have Peetimes added by 8:00 PM Eastern.
starring: Chase Garland, Benjamin M. Jones, Jessica Nunez-Wood
runtime: 2 hours 15 minutes
rating: [N/A] NA
directed by: Douglas James Vail
Peetimes: I’ll add Peetimes for this movie first thing Friday morning.
|Cyrano – NEW Movie Review
Back in 1897, Edmond Rostand wrote a play about a man with a big nose and a bigger brain using a himbo to get the girl. In this remake, we have a different take on the story.
|Studio 666 – NEW Movie Review
Musicians being indulged with a stint in front of the cameras. It’s been done many times but it’s been successful only very occasionally.
|Bigbug – Movie Review
Who’s up for a bit of beautifully shot, madcap French nonsense? Netflix does the honours with Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s latest.
|A Merry Frigging Christmas…And An Accidental Rewatch
Another review for the Christmas hub. Eventually, we’ll be doing them in December again!
|Caveat – Indie Movie Review
This indie film has a lone drifter suffering from memory loss accepting a job to look after a troubled woman in an abandoned house on an isolated island.
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