Posts Tagged ‘Elizabeth Rodriguez’

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, […]

Logan – the first official X-Men 15-certificate theatrical movie

Logan is the third and (allegedly) final solo outing for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, and takes places in the near future, where the aging character and the always-old Professor X (Patrick Stewart) have to protect a young female clone of Wolverine, Laura Kinney (Dafne Keen), from an evil organisation, while dark forces are afoot… Today, […]

Logan – Official Trailer 2 – Hugh Jackman

Logan (aka Wolverine – Hugh Jackman) takes places in the near future, where the aging Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) and the always-old Professor X (Patrick Stewart) have to protect a young female clone of Wolverine, Laura Kinney, from an evil organisation led by a man called Nathanial Essex. And now, a second trailer has been released. […]

Logan – Official Trailer 1 – Hugh Jackman

Logan (aka Wolverine – Hugh Jackman) takes places in the near future, where the aging Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) and the always-old Professor X (Patrick Stewart) have to protect a young female clone of Wolverine, Laura Kinney, from an evil organisation led by a man called Nathanial Essex. At this point in time, Logan’s healing abilities […]

Fear The Walking Dead teaser – Nick’s Escape

Fear The Walking Dead is a spin-off from hit zombie series The Walking Dead, and asks the question – what did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in The Walking Dead? This spin-off, set in Los Angeles – following new characters as they face the beginning of the […]

The Drop on DVD – The DVDfever Review

The Drop is set in a bar in Brooklyn, where everyone effects a ‘New Yoik’ accent, regardless of whether they’re the late, great James Gandolfini, or London-born Tom Hardy. It starts with a group commiserating the disappearance of their friend, Richie Whelan, a man who went missing ten years earlier – with the cops still […]

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