Back on the wrestling binge. This one is more emotive than most. In the clips here at least, McMahon comes across particularly callous. The real story is the tragic impact on Owen's young family.
The next in the long line of films I watched with my two and a half year old daughter because I missed it at the cinema when I probably thought I was too cool.
There's not a great deal going on in Puss in Boots but it's fine for what it is. I've heard good things about that newer movie though.
My daughter liked the Humpty Dumpty parts. Which was a surprisingly significant part of the film.
There was a time between 1997 and 1999 that if you had asked me what the best film ever made was, I’d have told you Scream. It’s influence on my discovery of movies, and horror specifically, was monumental. Scream was the catalyst to so many films; Halloween, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street and so many more. I’ve seen it innumerable times, yet somehow when I watch Scream I still notice new things. Last year when…
Much like Jaws, see my previous review, Halloween has been with me for a long long time. It may have been thanks to Scream and I seem to remember seeing Halloween 2 before I ever saw the original. I watched it with my Dad, he pointed out to me that the scene at the beginning was the end of the first movie. Seemingly I didn’t care that I was being plunged into this night of gruelling terror with…