Posts Tagged ‘four fist pumps’

The Butler

16Nov13

The Butler, also known as Lee Daniel’s The Butler, is a rather good film. It’s inspired by the story of Eugene Allen, who worked as a butler at the White House for 34 years, during which time he worked for every administration from President Eisenhower to President Reagan. Set parallel to the American Civil Rights […]


Gravity

10Nov13

Gravity is an alright movie. I went into this cinema expecting to have my mind blown, to see a film so incredible that my opinion of cinema would be changed forever. I think I was probably expecting too much. From a technical point of view, Gravity truly is breathtaking, you genuinely believe  that you’re in […]


One Chance

27Oct13

One Chance is a lovely little film. Based on the true story of former Britain’s Got Talent winner Paul Potts, One Chance is a biographical comedy drama, it contains no plot surprises and very little tension, but it still manages to be a lovely little film. The reason for this? It’s your standard rags to […]


Filth

07Oct13

Filth is a disturbing, yet brilliant film. Based on the Irvine Welsh novel of the same name, Filth tells the story of Detective Sergeant Bruce Robinson (James McAvoy), a bi-polar alcoholic junkie who manipulates his way through the festive season in attempt to gain a promotion at work. Supported by an ensemble cast including Eddie […]


Prisoners

30Sep13

Prisoners is a very good thriller. Set in the American state of Pennsylvania, Prisoners follows the story of Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) whose life derails when his daughter goes missing with her best friend. Jake Gyllenhall turns up as the investigating detective, and we’re taken on a tension filled exploration as Jackman, in an act of […]


Kick- Ass 2

14Aug13

[youtube.com=http://youtu.be/qc6tL8cd9KQ] Kick- Ass 2 is a very entertaining film. Picking up a few years after the events of the first film, Kick- Ass 2 sees our heroes suit up once more as the hero formerly known as Red Mist decides to take revenge on Kick Ass and friends as the world’s first super villain. The […]


Monsters University is a lovely family film. Set many years before the events of the 2001 Pixar classic Monsters Inc., the film follows young Mike Wazowski as he takes on his first year at Monsters University and meets the characters that will define the monster he becomes in the future. For fans of the original […]