Posts Tagged ‘Frank Marshall’

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 […]

Sully: Miracle On The Hudson – The non-disaster movie is a disaster – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Sully is the one where the studio had to add “Miracle on the Hudson” to the UK title because most people outside of the US wouldn’t remember the nickname of pilot Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger (played by Tom Hanks) who pulled a Homer when both engines failed soon after take-off following an attack by idiotic geese, […]

The BFG 3D on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The BFG is not an origin tale of the best weapon in John Romero’s classic 1993 videogame Doom, but instead, it’s Roald Dahl‘s classic tale about a big, friendly giant, living in Giant Country, yet getting hassled by a number of bad giants. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve […]

Jason Bourne – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Jason Bourne is Matt Damon‘s titular hero who gave us ‘Die Hard in a Forgetful Man’s Head‘ in Robert Ludlum‘s Bourne Trilogy, beginning with Doug Liman‘s superb 2002 opener, The Bourne Identity which, even before I saw it, I had a vision in my head as to how it started based on what I’d heard… […]

Jurassic World IMAX 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Jurassic World is the fourth one about the dinosaurs who go crazy ape bonkers, killing loads of humans. You’d think they’d learn, right? The first one, Jurassic Park, managed to close the place BEFORE it even opened, while the second one, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, sent a research team off to a second site […]

The Last Airbender on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

In The Last Airbender, the world has been split into four separate nations, one for each of the four elements – air, water, earth and fire. The film begins with two members of the Southern Water Tribe, Katara (Nicola Peltz) and Sokka (Jackson Rathbone), a sister and brother hunting for food like nomadic tribesmen because […]

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