Posts Tagged ‘Charles Roven’

Wonder Woman – aka Wearisome Woman – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Wonder Woman, in her Gal Gadot incarnation, first came to our cinema screens in Spring 2016 as the ‘guest star’ of the mediocre Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. In DC Comics, it was followed by Suicide Squad last August – a film I enjoyed, but it didn’t go down too well with a lot […]

Suicide Squad Extended Cut coming to Blu-ray Dec 5th

Suicide Squad is a film I hugely enjoyed at the cinema, far more than Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, but while I didn’t have any desire to sit for much longer in the cinema than the 123-minute running time, I felt like there was scope for an extended version, especially given that the trailer […]

Suicide Squad – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Suicide Squad gets right what Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice got so wrong. Warner Bros thought the way to go was to be all mean and moody and growly for the three weeks it took to sit through that very average film (well, it wasn’t quite that bad but it could’ve been a whole […]

Warcraft: The Beginning – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Warcraft: The Beginning was that unsure of itself that it didn’t even have “The Beginning” tacked onto the onscreen title. I was also unsure… of what was going on. Never have I spent an entire 2hrs+ of a movie without the slightest idea of what’s going on (well, other than Fellini’s Satyricon). Perhaps that’s why […]

Man of Steel – The DVDfever Cinema review

Man of Steel is a film I went into, not expecting great things based on the reviews I’d read and heard. Sometimes, it’s good to lower your expectations because when a film turned out to be a belter, such as with Brit flick Welcome To The Punch, it’s all the more enjoyable. Unfortunately, Man of […]

The Dark Knight Rises IMAX – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Dark Knight Rises: Without a hint of opening credits, Gary Oldman appears onscreen at a press conference, where the world is mourning the death of Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart). Yes, it’d been ages since I saw The Dark Knight, and I wasn’t at all impressed with it, but I was reminded in a brief […]

Twelve Monkeys on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Twelve Monkeys stars Bruce Willis as Cole, a man living in the year 2035 as a member of the 1% of the population left on Earth, thanks to a mystery virus which swept the planet back in 1997 killing five billion people, leaving the survivors no choice but to abandon the surface leaving the animals […]

Three Kings on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Three Kings actually features four leading men, but given the biblical reference between that and the gold involved in the film, it’s one little oversight I’m going to have to overlook. Life in the United States Army obviously isn’t enough for the men on show here in March 1991 when the Gulf War has ended. […]

Twelve Monkeys on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Twelve Monkeys stars Bruce Willis as Cole, a man living in the year 2035 as a member of the 1% of the population left on Earth, thanks to a mystery virus which swept the planet back in 1997 killing five billion people, leaving the survivors no choice but to abandon the surface leaving the animals […]

Twelve Monkeys Widescreen Box-Set on VHS – The DVDfever Review

Twelve Monkeys stars Bruce Willis as Cole, a man living in the year 2035 as a member of the 1% of the population left on Earth, thanks to a mystery virus which swept the planet back in 1997 killing five billion people, leaving the survivors no choice but to abandon the surface leaving the animals […]

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