2008 DIRECTOR: Diane English NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection?  NO This remake of the 1939 original "Woman's Picture" as it were, The Women has the formula to draw in a vast audience of females, in love with idea of women speaking plainly about women's issue … Continue reading THE WOMEN


1989 DIRECTOR: Ivan Reitman May Contain Spoilers! There are those who believe that Ghostbusters II is a better movie than Ghostbusters. I am not one of them. Saying that, Ghostbusters II is far from a poor sequel. It has the integrity to acknowledge its predecessor and attempt to take the story further. Five years have passed since the events … Continue reading GHOSTBUSTERS II


2012 DIRECTOR: Christopher Nolan CINEMA REVIEW Contains Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? YES After four years, since The Dark Knight ended, leaving us wanting more and seven years since Christopher Nolan reinvented the comic book adaptation with Batman Begins, The final chapter of The Dark Knight Trilogy has arrived. With this … Continue reading THE DARK KNIGHT RISES


1993 DIRECTOR: Tony Scott May Contain Spoilers! True Romance is one of the strangest examples of  a movie that you'll ever see. Directed by Tony Scott, written and originally to be directed by Quentin Tarantino, with music from the younger and upcoming composer Hans Zimmer and a cast of some Hollywood's biggest names, not in … Continue reading TRUE ROMANCE (DIRECTOR’S CUT)


2009 DIRECTOR: Richard Curtis NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection?  NO Too long. Too pretentious and simply not good enough. Richard Curtis, the BBC establishment's mind behind such work as Blackadder, Four Weddings And A Funeral and Notting Hill, brings us this bloated homage to … Continue reading THE BOAT THAT ROCKED (aka PIRATE RADIO)


2011 DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese  May Contain Spoilers! When I'd finished with this film, my feelings were somewhat confused. I was still trying to make sense of what I had just seen. Not that this was particularly confusing, but it was just a little unclear as to where this film had been leading for the past two hours. … Continue reading HUGO 3D