Hobbs & Shaw is a weak entry within the franchise for sure and although I do like both Johnson and Statham and their respective characters, but having them bickering at one another reminded me that perhaps less is more.
7 Days in Entebbe is what I would call a competently made average drama-thriller. The performances from Rosamund Pike (especially) and Daniel Bruhl are both well done and the story in of itself was interesting, but how it was presented never gelled quite right. Even so, it’s probably worthy of a rental if you’re interested in the subject.
The World’s End has its moments and I did chuckle more than once but the characters, Pegg’s especially, are mostly un-redeemable twats though since for the most part they’ve worked together in the past, they at least share a friendly comradery with one another and it’s always nice to see Rosamund Pike in a movie…
Buena Vista has announced the date and released artwork for the war drama, War Horse starring Jeremy Irvine, Peter Mullan, Emily Watson and directed by Steven Spielberg. The film has received 6 Academy Award nominations including Best Picture, Cinematography and Original Score. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
I enjoyed London Boulevard, warts, clichés and all, and because of the casting and some nice camera work, I’d give this a slight recommendation, though it might be wise for a rental. The Blu-ray itself comes with solid video and audio transfers but the special features are much to be desired.
The Disappearance of Alice Creed is a nice indie picture from that is pretty intense and unrelenting from beginning to end. The film also features three great performances with rising star Gemma Arterton standing out amongst them. The Blu-ray has a surprisingly amazing looking picture and good if not adequate audio.
The Disappearance of Alice Creed is a nice indie picture that is pretty intense and unrelenting from beginning to end. The film also features three great performances with rising star Gemma Arterton standing out amongst them. The DVD itself is limited in the features department but the picture looks great and the audio is adequate enough. If you can pick up the disc at a good price then it would be well worth picking up.