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Beauty and the Beast (2017) – The DVDfever Review

Beauty and the Beast – Meh. More or less a beat-by-beat retread of the animation. On the couple of occasions it adds something new, it’s quite good, but adds little to the original. Emma Watson is dull as ditchwater as Belle. The best thing you can say about her performance is – at least it […]

Get Out… into a screen showing a better film – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Get Out brings British actor Daniel Kaluuya (Psychoville) to the fore in a US movie as Chris Washington, a young black man with a white girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams); he’s off to meet her parents and assumes they’re uptight about the fact he’s black. But can he settle down a bit when he realises the […]

Kong: Skull Island – Decent creature-feature fun – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Kong: Skull Island is normally the kind of films that would shown up on the big screen in the summer, but has actually come at a welcome time for parents of young children. Their offspring will have been looking forward to Hugh Jackman’s latest Wolverine outing in Logan, but they can’t watch it in the […]

I.T. – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Pierce Brosnan

I.T. centres around family man Mike Regan (Pierce Brosnan) who’s going to unleash a new business that allows you to call for a jet plane in the same way that the average Joe calls out for an Uber taxi (exactly how you get a plane outside your front door is never explained, but then neither […]

Logan – The way ALL superhero movies should be made – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Logan is purportedly the final Wolverine movie, and I’ll only go into as much detail as the Red Band Trailer 2 shows below, as it’s often difficult to know what you can and can’t say about an X-Men film, without giving spoilers. There’s a lot more to discover throughout the long but necessary 137 minutes, […]

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 – […]

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