Aug 122017
 

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword actually isn’t a terrible movie and yet, a couple problems: 1. There really is a need for yet another adaptation, even one that incorporates more mystical elements, 2. Guy Ritchie’s style doesn’t quite gel with the material and 3. Charlie Hunnam doesn’t nearly have enough charisma to carry this movie.

 

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Jun 262017
 

Warner Brothers has announced the date and released artwork for the action-adventure, King Arthur: Legend of the Swoard starring Charlie Hunnam, Eric Bana and Jude Law and directed by Guy Ritchie. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.

 

 

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Jul 302016
 

No Escape is an all around entertaining film perfect for a Saturday movie night. No, it doesn’t make you think or have any profound performances but the acting isn’t bad with Owen Wilson serving as a fine everyman type of character and Pierce Brosnan in his small part is a lot of fun. This is probably worthy of a rental.

 

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Dec 262015
 

It’s understandable why fans of the novels hate The Scorch Trials adaptation but as someone who isn’t attached to the books in any way, I found it acceptable and entertaining enough. Sure, the film does have its problems especially with the pacing and bloated story taking it over the two hour mark, yet at the same time I don’t regret seeing it.

 

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Oct 042011
 

Blitz might not be a top notch British crime-drama but I did find it mostly impressive even if Statham doesn’t exactly stretch his acting abilities as this character isn’t that far removed from his others. That being said, it was at least a compelling film that managed to entertain me for the 95-minute running time.

 

 

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Oct 042011
 

Blitz might not be a top notch British crime-drama but I did find it mostly impressive even if Statham doesn’t exactly stretch his acting abilities as this character isn’t that far removed from his others. That being said, it was at least a compelling film that managed to entertain me for the 95-minute running time.

 

 

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Jul 012011
 

Wake Wood certainly has the creepy factor going for it and yet towards the end, it devolves into typical horror clichés. The acting at least is believable especially from Aidan Gillen and Eva Birthistle and the production design, for an independent film, looks good. The Blu-ray is pretty much a disappointment, save for the audio but if you can get this on the cheap and you enjoy supernatural horror, then it might be worth it.

 

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