DAREDEVIL


2003 - Theatrical Version 2003/2004 - Extended Version DIRECTOR: Mark Steven Johnson May Contain Spoilers! 2003 was a year in which Marvel was coming into its own, or so it thought. This year saw Ang Lee's Hulk, Bryan Singer's X2 and Mark Steven Johnson's Daredevil, as fans waited with bated breath for the sequel to 2002 Marvel smash, Spider-man. … Continue reading DAREDEVIL

THE BREAK-UP


2006 DIRECTOR: Payton Reed NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? NO Self indulgent, reverential and telling of what was obviously going to happen in Jennifer Anniston's and Vince Vaughn's real life relationship. The pair play a couple who break-up in the opening act, but … Continue reading THE BREAK-UP

LIAR LIAR


1997 DIRECTOR: Tom Shadyac NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? MAYBE Liar Liar was one of the first comedies that I went to the cinema to see and if there was ever justification for watching a movie in theatres, then this was is. The … Continue reading LIAR LIAR

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU’RE EXPECTING


2012 DIRECTOR: Kirk Jones May Contain Spoilers! This film has it all. No, seriously, it has absolutely EVERYTHING that you can think of regarding pregnancy and child rearing. The dads have a group, the mum's are a mix of those who can have babies so they adopt and African child; The mum who really wants … Continue reading WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU’RE EXPECTING

ARGO (EXTENDED CUT)


2012 DIRECTOR: Ben Afleck May Contain Spoilers! This years Academy Award winning Best Film takes us back on a nostalgic trip back to 1980, and let's not kid ourselves, this is half of the charm. Argo is the true story, though through obvious theatrical licence, of the CIA's attempt to rescue six embassy staff members from … Continue reading ARGO (EXTENDED CUT)

MINORITY REPORT


2002 DIRECTOR: Steven Spielberg May Contain Spoilers! In 2002, Speilberg gave us two movies. The first was Catch Me If You Can (2002) and the other was this. Both were good but one gets better with age. The clue is that is isn't Catch Me If You Can. Minority Report is based on the Philip K. … Continue reading MINORITY REPORT

GREEN STREET (aka GREEN STREET HOOLIGANS)


2005 DIRECTOR: Lexi Alexander NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? NO I was always apprehensions about a film which would seem to glorify hooliganism, the scourge of football and British culture during the 1970's and 80's and I was worried as to how this … Continue reading GREEN STREET (aka GREEN STREET HOOLIGANS)

DAYBREAKERS


2009 DIRECTORS: Michael Spierig & Peter Spierig NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? NO To start with, there's a lot of interesting ideas at work here. The concept that vampires have effectively taken over the world and that their food supply, humans, is running out fast, is an intriguing one. Ethan … Continue reading DAYBREAKERS

FATAL ATTRACTION


1987 DIRECTOR: Adrian Lyne NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Responsible for the modern use of the term Bunny Boiler after the infamous scene, this thriller revolving around infidelity is a classic and a warning to all who would wish to cheat on their wives. Michael Douglas has a one night stand … Continue reading FATAL ATTRACTION

THE BACK-UP PLAN


2010 DIRECTOR: Alan Poul May Contain Spoilers! Beginning as it well and truly means to go on, the opening barrage consisted of the repeated use of the word Vagina. "Vagina, vagina, vagina!" Obviously this was a sign that this film was going to push the envelope, but in which direction and for that matter, what … Continue reading THE BACK-UP PLAN