Posts Tagged ‘Henry Jackman’

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 […]

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back IMAX – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Never Go Back is the second Jack Reacher novel, written by Lee Child, to be adapted for the big screen, and after being less than impressed when I got Jack Reacher round the first time, I went back for more… and I shouldn’t have gone. It does start off well, though, in a scene trailered […]

The 5th Wave on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The 5th Wave is another of those ‘end of the world’ sci-fi dramas, this being at the behest of aliens, referred to as “The Others”, but I do like all of this sort of nonsense. Why “The 5th Wave”? Well, the first wave was to take away all our power sources (wot no internet?), then […]

Captain America: Civil War – an overlong mess – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Captain America: Civil War – Seriously? What an overlong mess this was. I don’t think I’ve looked at my watch so many times during a film. Note: In this review, there may be what some might consider spoilers. I can’t really discuss my likes/dislikes without going into detail. Even though Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) started […]

The Interview – The DVDfever cinema review

The Interview is a film that needs no introduction, really, because it’s led the news headlines on many occasions recently, but just in case you’ve been hiding under a rock throughout December, it centres around entertainment hack Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapaport (Seth Rogen), who are in charge of the No.1 […]

Wreck-It Ralph – The DVDfever Cinema Review

I see an awful lot of kids films. Hell I’ve sat through Barbie and Zhu Zhu Pet films so it’s always a treat when a film comes along like this one that your little one is dying to see, and it turns out to be even more enjoyable for you than it was for them. […]

X-Men First Class on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

X-Men First Class begins back in Poland, 1944 like the opening of the first X-Men film, where a young Erik is seen attempting to open the gates at Auschwitz through special powers. Cut to Westchester, New York, 1944 and a young Charles Xavier (Laurence Belcher) apparently sees his mother in the kitchen, who wants to […]

X-Men First Class – The DVDfever Cinema Review

X-Men First Class comes from what might be the most successful film studio in recent years but I have to admit that most of Marvel’s giant-sized productions have left me cold. Sure, I really like Iron Man, but the likes of X-Men slip in and out of my consciousness, scarcely stopping to say hello. I […]

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