Archive for the ‘Cinema films’ Category

American Assassin – The DVDfever Cinema Review

American Assassin features an effervescent, but brutal, opening as Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien – The Maze Runner) is on a Spanish beach with his love, Katrina (Charlotte Vega), and about to pop the question when, out of the blue, terrorists open fire in the holiday resort, taking casualties everywhere they go. For a scene so […]

IT (2017) – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Stephen King

IT gets moving quite early on, beginning in October 1988, with introducing Pennywise the dancing clown (Bill Skarsgård) into the proceedings as he meets young Georgie Denbrough (Jackson Robert Scott) shortly after his paper boat heads down into the sewer and he’d rather like it back. Well, he can have it, but there’s a price […]

The Villainess – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Villainess is like a mix of Nikita, John Wick and the videogame Doom, with all its first-person action. Essentially, it’s a revenge movie, where Sook-hee (initially played by Ye-Ji Min, before changing to Ok-bin Kim – as her character ages ten years, in circumstances that will become clear when you watch it) is avenging […]

Logan Lucky – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Logan Lucky is rather an odd title, and doesn’t trip off the tongue as well as ‘Lucky Logan’ would’ve done, but then how much luck is in store for anyone in this movie remains to be seen. Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum) is fired from a construction site, due to having been seen limping a bit, […]

American Made – The DVDfever Cinema Review

American Made begins in 1978, but is told in flashback from late 2015, with Tom Cruise as Barry Seal, who flies planes very adeptly for TWA, but is not adverse to using the trips to pick up and drop off items to make a bit of extra cash on the side without alerting his bosses […]

Bushwick – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Bushwick is an area of Brooklyn, New York, where the world has been completely turned upon its head. We first see Lucy (Brittany Snow) trying to get to her grandma’s house after finishing college for Xmas, walking through the subway with her boyfriend, when they see a man running and screaming…. completely on fire! Dom […]

What Happened To Monday – The DVDfever Cinema / Netflix Review

What Happened To Monday? Usually, I’m more familiar with ‘What Happened to Saturday’ when I wake up at 4pm after a night out in Manchester… but I digress. Set in the 2073, the world has become a futuristic North Korea where overpopulation and famine have led to drastic measures with children being exterminated if you […]

Emoji Movie – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Worst film of 2017?

Emoji Movie – if you want a depressing, laugh-free experience for almost 90 minutes, then this is the film for you. I was caught a little off-guard at the start as the Columbia Tristar logo came up, and was interrupted by a mobile phone with someone placing an emoji over the lady, consisting of sunglasses […]

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is based on a 1960s French comic book series called Valerian and Laureline, the two main characters, and while the title sounds as bizarre as you’d expect from Besson, it’s based on two of those volumes, The City of Shifting Waters and Empire of a Thousand Planets. […]

Dunkirk – 70mm IMAX – the best IMAX 2D experience of 2017 – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Dunkirk tells the story of the evacuation of Dunkirk, which was code-named Operation Dynamo – although that wasn’t named in this film, and showed the extricate of our soldies from Dunkirk’s beaches and harbour in Northern France, in an operation which took place in 1940 from May 26th to June 4th. Personally, I wasn’t too […]

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