Archive for the ‘Cinema films’ Category

Patriots Day – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Patriots Day is the third Monday in April, on which the Boston Marathon takes place, but the one in 2013 is the focus here as it was the day two ISIS terrorists planned to set off explosions and do what all those nutjobs do in causing death and destruction – claiming to be Muslims when […]

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter 3D IMAX – The DVDfever Review

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter: before this even began I knew that, in a few years, I’d be back in almost the same seat to watch No.7 in the series. Oddly, this one didn’t start straight after the last one left off (which I expected, since 2012’s Resident Evil: Retribution did exactly that), but it […]

The Lego Batman Movie – It’s pretty awesome… like Batman and I – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Lego Batman Movie comes at a time when we were originally expecting the second Lego Movie, but with that one now not due for release until February 8th 2019 (coming five years after the original The Lego Movie), there’s a slew of other Lego movies to come in the meantime, starting with Batman, and […]

T2 Trainspotting – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Choose T2 Trainspotting. Choose following up the original film 20 years later with a film that’s a mixture of Irvine Welsh‘s sequel novel, Porno, and a new story, and realising that T2 Trainspotting is a much better title to beam out of the cinema box office laser display screen than that of the original book. […]

Split – The DVDfever Cinema Review – James McAvoy

Split centres around James McAvoy, a man with 23 distinct split-personalities, with a 24th about to emerge. Early on, he kidnaps three college girls – Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson) and Marcia (Jessica Sula), taking them back to his overly humble abode for reasons unspecified. Amongst his personalities are the headstrong Dennis – […]

Freejack – The DVDfever Review

Freejack is one of my all-time favourite films, even if it does have some issues that can’t be resolved, and it’s also one I never got round to reviewing, as it was in the cinema before I started imparting my missives on the internet (well, April 1992 was a time when I only had access […]

Love Stalk – The DVDfever Review

Love Stalk highlights the problem a lot of us have in that we probably share too much of our lives online. Do you really need to Instagram your dinner? Well, if everyone else does… Sharon Ong (Angie Palmer) is one of the fastest-rising talents at PR Central, one of those PR companies where you sometimes […]

Assassins Creed – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Assassins Creed begins with a brief set-up in 1492 about the Order of the Knights Templar, then moves on to 1986 showing Callum Lynch as a kid on a bike in 1986, after his mother has been murdered, we speed forward again by 30 years on to the present day – well, almost. It’s October […]

Passengers – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Passengers. 5000 of them, and over 200 crew, but Jim (Chris Pratt) is the only one woken up 90 years early by an incident through an asteroid field, so he’s got a long time to wait before he reaches the planet, Homestead II. Left home alone with nothing to do other than grow a beard […]

London Korean Film Festival 2016 by Helen M Jerome

London Korean Film Festival 2016: The quality is always high and the quantity seems to expand each year, as Helen M Jerome finds at the 2016 London Korean Film Festival. These days the best-curated festivals seem to take the temperature of not only their own culture, but also the world – the personal becoming the […]

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