Saturday, 20 September 2008
Rocknrolla - Going for a ruby with the trouble, give this a butchers, worth spending your Abergavennys on. It's that Guy, whatsisname?
Not as good as the trailers suggest. He's not back on top form yet. A blend of Revolver style but the raw comedy of his first 2 is still not back. Great cast and soundtrack though. And better than I'm making it sound.
Saturday, 6 September 2008
If you saw The Cell, you might know what to expect. It looks at times like you are watching a commercial with the style and editing, but the locations are so stunning, they draw you in. Not for all, but just maybe.
Friday, 5 September 2008
Love Wes Andersons work or hate it. I love it and will look foward to watching this one again.
Will Ferrell can not do much wrong. the man is a comedic genius. Most people will hate it, but it's fantastic. 'I'm being told it's called the Alley-oop, Yes, that is easier to say'
Nazis are scary, simple really. Titus Pullo is great as usual. Roll on The Punisher return.
Bonkers!! Reminds me of Brazil, but only because of the dream sequences and the fact that Gilliam is bonkers as well. Watch It.
Very entertaiig from the off. A black comedy with laugh out loud moments that quickly turn violent. Set against the backdrop of Bruges which is more ineresting than you think. Like I was in a dream. 1 gay Beer please barman. :lol:. You know more midgets die proportionatly....
Brilliant. Kept me entertained from the start. a bit like Snake eyes in its teling of the story. Great action and car chases. Just a little unsure if cars in spain have airbags and what you have to do to make them work.
So much better than the first, Like Empire which it nods to a lot. Cant beat that tour guide Barbie. Good thing is you can skip Jessies song if you don't have kids. Bleugh!!!!
Thursday, 4 September 2008
Not as funny as before, no Rachael Weisz (Maria Bello is usually good but why have cotton...) Over the top CGI, friendly Yeti's but loads of tomb raiding action. Fans of the other two will love it - that'll be me then.