TBT – Casa de mi Padre (2012)

On Tuesday I criticised Will Ferrell's new film The House for being short at 88 minutes long. Casa di mi Padre undercuts that by 3 minutes. So, if you thought I was harsh to the former then just wait until I get started on the latter. Until I watched it specifically for this review I'd never seen... Continue Reading →

Tuesday’s Reviews – The House (2017)

Will Ferrell is one of those comedians that you can trust to be funny whatever he's doing. Through the years, I've happily watched and enjoyed every film starring him that I've ever seen. Even the shit ones, like Daddy's Home for example, have something fairly entertaining in them. The guy always gives his all in a... Continue Reading →

TBT – Snowpiercer (2014)

I have a bit of a problem guys: I'm love a man who is completely unattainable. That man is Chris Evans. It hasn't always been this way. No no. Back in the Fantastic Four days I couldn't have cared less. Even the first Captain American film didn't do anything for me... I assume it's down... Continue Reading →

Tuesday’s Reviews – Okja (2017)

Since Netflix started making original films there have been more than a few duds. The online streaming site is really good at certain things, like Marvel TV series, documentaries and original sitcoms for example. However, the majority of the original films that I've watched have been underwhelming: The Circle was just dreadful; Mascots was fun but nothing... Continue Reading →

Quick Post: Women can be Doctors too

So I've just finished the first episode of Season 7 of Game of Thrones and I have so many thoughts buzzing through my brain. Which is why I'm not trying to get an early night ahead of my 7 am start tomorrow morning. Instead I wanted to write a quick post in response to yesterday's announcement... Continue Reading →

FBF – Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Ever since the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming this month the internet has eagerly been taking every chance it can to rank the web-slinger's movies in order of brilliance. It's just what we do. We can't just appreciate things for their own merit. Oh, no. We have to make sure there is a definitive decision on which... Continue Reading →

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