The Star Wars Story that nobody asked for, but was is a story worth telling? In short, NO.
1955 DIRECTOR: Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock's attempt at comedy; Blackest of black, certainly for the time in which this was shot, The Trouble With Harry is that like the majority of comedy vehicles, its shelf life was inevitably limited. The film's most notable boast is that it introduced Shirley MacLaine to the big screen in her … Continue reading THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY (1955) – REVIEW
2016 DIRECTOR: Roland Emmerich Twenty years have past since the alien invaders destroyed The White House and one of cinema's most outstanding and timeless special effects was premiered to the world. Two decades have also passed since we, the cinema going public, were exposed to Roland Emmerich's disaster movie meets alien invasion masterpiece. And for … Continue reading INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE (3D)
1985 DIRECTOR: Ken Stephenson May contain spoilers! Premièring on the same day as Ewoks in the U.S. on the 7th Sepetmber 1985, Droids was a prequel Saturday morning cartoon series following the exploits of R2-D2 and his counterpart, C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) in the period between Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith and IV (A New Hope). … Continue reading STAR WARS: DROIDS (TV) EPISODE #1″THE WHITE WITCH”
2015 DIRECTOR: Genndy Tartakovsky May contain spoilers! Having not seen the first film, though I am told by almost everyone who has seen it that it is good, I can only see this for what it is, a sequel to a film which I have never seen. Reuniting us with colourful characters which we should … Continue reading HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 (3D)
The Godfather Part III serves as proof that movies of the moment can become timeless, but the well dries up long before their legacies are established.
2015 DIRECTORS: James Ford Murphy May contain spoilers! I love the the Pixar and Disney pre-show shorts and embrace the concept, one which has been lost over the years. But Lava was a bit of a disappointment. It looked nice and well animated, colourful and concise but it was lacking something... Little more than a … Continue reading LAVA (3D) (SHORT)
1964 Contains Spoilers! The fifth episode of the original 1960's sci-fi series, The Outer Limits is an interesting instalment of the ground-breaking show. But it is not remarkable. The reason that we are reviewing this today or that anyone would single this show out from most others is its dubious connection with James Cameron's The … Continue reading THE OUTER LIMITS: DEMON WITH A GLASS HAND (1964) – REVIEW
The Rock informs us that "We will rebuild" No shit Sherlock!
2006 DIRECTOR: Wolfgang Peterson May Contains Spoilers! Wolfgang Peterson is a strange one. He made his name with the World War 2 drama Das Boot in 1981 and has gone on to make a wide selection of movies, as diverse as The Never-Ending Story to The Perfect Storm (2000). He also has a knack for creating … Continue reading POSEIDON