Favorite films

  • The Shining
  • The Empire Strikes Back
  • Once Upon a Time in America
  • Chinatown

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Recent reviews

  • John Wick: Chapter 4

    John Wick: Chapter 4


    The action genre reaches new heights with the latest instalment of the John Wick story. The innovation of the action choreography, left me in awe several times but specifically from that crane shot that blew my mind. There is an operatic grandueur to the film, where every line spoken feels like a dramatic lyric that's a prelude to violence, you can see Donnie Yen relishes this aspect of the film. Yen is the standout in this but plaudits must be…

  • Creed III

    Creed III


    Wow, this is a stunning debut from Michael B Jordan. He directs the film with an assurance of a seasoned pro but with the fight sequences his talents and cinematic vision is truly displayed. The final fight sequence alone, would be reason enough for watching the film for but Jordan creates an intriguing story in which brotherhood, loyalty and childhood violence provide the backdrop for the battle.

    Jonathan Majors is mesmerising as a lost soul looking for one title shot…

Popular reviews

  • Summer of Sam

    Summer of Sam


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    One of my all time favourite films and probably my favourite Spike Lee joint. The actions of serial killer Sam Berkowitz, provide the backdrop to the story as we follow the lives of several characters in a neighbourhood in New York. The tense and dangerous atmosphere expertly created by Spike, really comes through and puts into context some of the actions of some of the characters, I.e paranoia, doubt and anger.

    The performances are also fantastic, especially from Adrian Brody…

  • Lethal Weapon

    Lethal Weapon


    Not watched this for about 15 years, so thought it due a re-watch and I thoroughly enjoyed it! One of the main aspects that came through for me was the authenticity of how real the action scenes felt. When the set pieces were occurring the action felt gritty and rough, I guess this was due to the old fashioned way of making movies (No CGI!).