Posts Tagged ‘Lorenzo di Bonaventura’

American Assassin – The DVDfever Cinema Review

American Assassin features an effervescent, but brutal, opening as Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien – The Maze Runner) is on a Spanish beach with his love, Katrina (Charlotte Vega), and about to pop the question when, out of the blue, terrorists open fire in the holiday resort, taking casualties everywhere they go. For a scene so […]

Transformers: The Last Knight – the best IMAX 3D experience of 2017 – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Transformers: The Last Knight is the fifth in the possibly-never-ending series of films based on the Hasbro toys… I say ‘possibly’ because with the diminishing returns that this installment has brought in, it does question whether the next two films, pencilled in quickly for June 2018 and June 2019 – the former being a Bumblebee […]

Unlocked – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Unlocked stars Noomi Rapace (Prometheus, Rupture) as Alice Racine, a CIA agent who had her fill of the frontline action when an operation in Paris, 2012, resulted in lot of civilian casualties. She hasn’t been able to properly get herself back together since then, so takes a desk job in the immigration dept of London’s […]

Deepwater Horizon – a gripping big-screen experience – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Deepwater Horizon is the name of the rig which BP used to go exploring under the sea bed for oil. On April 20, 2010, it caught fire. Why? You’ll get the full details while you watch it, but it all begins when the previous team didn’t finish off all their checks, including a vital one […]

Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Transformers: Age of Extinction is now out on 3D Blu-ray, as well as vanilla 2D Blu-ray, and the film is so-called because it involves the dinosaurs and, as the film begins, we see them being wiped out, circa 65 million BC, but this time it’s because an asteroid has hit the Earth and they’ve all […]

Transformers: Age of Extinction IMAX 3D – The DVDfever cinema review

Transformers: Age of Extinction is so-called because it involves the dinosaurs and, as the film begins, we see them being wiped out, circa 65 million BC, but this time it’s because an asteroid has hit the Earth and they’ve all been frozen in time with a metal relating to our robot friends and enemies, and […]

RED 2 – The DVDfever cinema review

Before I saw this, I heard RED 2 described as a sequel which didn’t need to be made. Now I can see why. Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is retired (again) and living the homely life with Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), but the reason for ‘bringing the band back together’ is delivered by Marvin (John Malkovich), who […]

The Last Stand – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Last Stand: “Don’t try to see death coming. You won’t.” “He’s back!” cried the publicity, as Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to the big-screen for his first major film lead since the flop which no-one went to see, Collateral Damage, after it was inadvertently delayed when due for release in late 2001, but was put on […]

RED on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

RED banding together a group of old-timers for a modern-day thriller – this isn’t a new idea, but sometimes it can be a rewarding one. Clearly where it didn’t pay dividends was with 2010’s The Expendables, which went wrong, because that was a typical 21st Century excuse for Sylvester Stallone’s poor directing ability to disappear […]

Salt on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Salt begins with our heroine, Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie), being beaten up in a North Korean jail “two years ago” for alleged spying. Eventually the US government rescue her. Well, if they didn’t then the film would end after about five minutes. Cue some chat back at CIA HQ, or “Rink Petroleum” as it’s called […]

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