Posts Tagged ‘Robert Duvall’

In Dubious Battle Trailer 1 – James Franco

In Dubious Battle centres around an activist who gets caught up in the labour movement for farm workers in California during the 1930s. Starring and directed by James Franco, with a screenplay by Matt Rager and based on his novel, the cast allso includes Nat Wolff, Vincent D’Onofrio, Selena Gomez, Analeigh Tipton, Sam Shepard, Josh […]

Colors on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Colors begins with the text opener that there are 250 cops and sheriffs in Los Angeles to deal with 600 street gangs totalling 70,000 individuals. The police unit is known as C.R.A.S.H. – Cops Rallying Against Slovenly Hoodlums. Nah, actually, it stands for Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums. Well, I was 40% right. It’s one […]

Wild Horses – Official Trailer #1 – Josh Hartnett, James Franco

Wild Horses is a film written for the screen, directed by and starring Robert Duvall, his first directed film since 2002’s Assassination Tango. Remember that one? No, neither does anyone else. This film is about a detective who opens up a 15-year-old missing persons case and begins to suspect that the boy it belongs to […]

Network Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Network is one of those classic films I haven’t seen until now, this one being centered around Howard Beale (Peter Finch), a fantastically successful newscaster whose luck started to change in 1969 when his ratings declined and he suffers the loss of his wife, leading to alcoholism and then losing his job. With two weeks […]

Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Invasion of the Body Snatchers begins with spores leaving a distant planet and heading for San Francisco, transpiring into raindrops which hit the leaves of plants and spawn weird, but pretty, rose-like flowers. Public health inspector Elizabeth (Brooke Adams) puts one in a glass by the bed and, suddenly, her boyfriend Geoffrey (Art Hindle) starts […]

Jack Reacher on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Uncut 15-certificate version

Jack Reacher: I don’t read books, so prior to this film’s release, I had never heard of the series before. And Tom Cruise usually makes a good fist of an action movie, so I figured it was worth a watch. Based on the 2005 novel “One Shot”, the film begins with a sniper shooting five […]

Apocalypse Now Redux on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Apocalypse Now Redux: Bizarre and captivating are two words I can use to describe this film. Francis Ford Coppola‘s contribution to the Vietnam war films which has neither opening, nor official closing credits. In fact, when I first saw the film, at the Keele Film Society in the early 1990s, the print we saw had […]

The 6th Day on DVD – The DVDfever Review

On the 6th Day, it’s stated that God created man in his own image. It’s just that each of us were only meant to be pieced together once and after you’ve had your prescribed measure of life, you shuffle off your mortal coil and someone else gets your soul. Not so here as cloning is […]

The 6th Day – The DVDfever Cinema Review

On the 6th Day it’s stated that God created man in his own image. It’s just that each of us were only meant to be pieced together once and after you’ve had your prescribed measure of life, you shuffle off your mortal coil and someone else gets your soul. Not so here as cloning is […]

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