Posts Tagged ‘Eric Fellner’

Bridget Jones’ Baby – Even men will like it! – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Bridget Jones’ Baby – let’s get this right from the start. For me, that’s the title, NOT “Bridget Jones’s Baby”. Who puts the extra, redundant ‘s’ in these things? Probably the same people who say ‘forward slash’ in a web address, when it’s just ‘slash’. You’d only have a ‘back slash’ if you had an […]

The Program on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Progman centres around investigative Sunday Times sports writer David Walsh (Chris O’Dowd) covering the Tour de France, getting suspicious about Lance Armstrong’s (Ben Foster) team because they’re winning tour after tour, but Armstrong can’t be to blame, surely? After all, his career’s took a huge setback in 1996 after he was diagnosed with testicular […]

Everest IMAX 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Everest is the tale of how Ted Moult built up his famous double-glazing company… Well, at least that’s what I was led to believe… (not really). As of 1992, it had become a business for climbers to be guided up Mount Everest, and this film tells the tale of a big climb to be made […]

The Theory of Everything – The DVDfever cinema review

The Theory of Everything stars Birdsong‘s Eddie Redmayne as Professor Steven Hawking, who was also played, brilliantly, in the 2004 BBC film Hawking, by Benedict Cumberbatch. Both are going head-to-head in the 2015 Awards season, with the latter as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. A chance meeting at a University party in 1963 quickly […]

COMPETITION (now closed) – Win Rush on Blu-ray!

DVDfever.co.uk and Studiocanal have teamed up to give you a chance to win one of two copies of Rush on Blu-ray Rush centres around the 1976 Grand Prix Formula 1 season, specifically the August 1st race at the Nürburg-Ring, the most dangerous track in the racing calendar, which is referred to as “The Graveyard”. Dom […]

Rush on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Rush centres around the 1976 Grand Prix Formula 1 season, specifically the August 1st race at the Nürburg-Ring, the most dangerous track in the racing calendar, which is referred to as “The Graveyard”. The film begins at this point, the race sets off, and then it is told in flashback, initially with commentary from Lauda, […]

The World’s End on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The World’s End saw something that rang true about Simon Pegg‘s character, Gary King, in the last of The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy. And that is that we’re witness to a man who finished school in June 1990, thought he could take on the world and, to this day, still behaves like a big kid […]

The World’s End – The DVDfever Cinema Review

There’s something that rang true about Simon Pegg’s character, Gary King, in the last of the Cornetto trilogy, The World’s End. And that is that we’re witness to a man who finished school in June 1990, thought he could take on the world and, to this day, still behaves like a big kid with no […]

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – I’ll start this review by the admission that I have never seen the original series, so cannot compare Gary Oldman to Alec Guinness, even though it feels like the former is trying to do a cod-impression of the latter and I kept waiting for him to say “These aren’t the […]

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