Archive for the ‘Cinema films’ Category

Rambo: Last Blood – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Rambo: Last Blood: Everybody’s favourite one-man killing machine, John Rambo is back. Back for one last time in the final chapter of what I’m sure wasn’t a planned quintology. So given we started with First Blood and we are now at Last Blood, it seems like the end.

The Fight – The DVDfever Review – Jessica Hynes

The Fight is the directorial debut of Jessica Hynes (Shaun of the Dead, Spaced, Years And Years). She also takes the lead as Tina, a mother whose life is in turmoil her daughter, Emma (Sennia Nanua), is being bullied at school, she and husband Mick (Shaun Parkes) are trying to pay the bills by working […]

Angel Has Fallen – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Angel Has Fallen follows on from 2013’s Olympus Has Fallen, which I thought was brilliant, and 2016’s London Has Fallen, which I found to be even better, so where did things go wrong with Angel Has Fallen? The film starts off well enough (well, after 15 minutes of padding, which made me wonder when the […]

Hobbs And Shaw: Fast And Furious in IMAX – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Hobbs And Shaw: Fast And Furious, or Fast And Furious Presents Hobbs And Shaw… whatever you want to call it, sees two characters from the Fast And Furious crowd coming together to save the world once again in their own spin-off movie. Given that Fast And Furious 9 is just around the corner (it was […]

The Dead Don’t Die – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Bill Murray

The Dead Don’t Die is a zombie horror comedy from Jim Jarmusch looked amazing from the trailer… The premise is that time’s not behaving. It’s the summer and it’s not getting dark when it should. Whatever’s going on is causing the earth’s rotation to change… and that means zombies! Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and […]

Spider-Man: Far From Home – The DVDfever Cinema Review by Nik Coppin

Spider-Man: Far From Home: It seems poor old Peter Parker (Tom Holland) can’t even go on a trip around picturesque Europe with his school friends and put his cunning plan into place to win over the slightly dark and twisted MJ (Zendaya) without being called into action as Spider-Man.

Escape Plan 3 – The DVDfever Review – Sylvester Stallone

Escape Plan 3 comes fairly hot on the heels of Escape Plan 2: Hades, as that came out around this time last year. However, that film was my worst movie of 2018. So why am I watching No.3? Because it’s the conclusion to a trilogy. And I’ll suffer so you don’t have to… unless it’s […]

Kurier (The Messenger) – The DVDfever Review – Polish WWII movie

Kurier – aka The Messenger, in some territories – centres around Jan Nowak-Jezioranski (Philippe Tlokinski), a real-life hero who took messages between Poland and London, and then wanted to get back to Warsaw, but found travel going that way almost impossible to come by, in terms of plane travel. Hence, only sailing appears to be […]

The Captor (Stockholm) – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Ethan Hawke

The Captor was originally called Stockholm, in a film based on a bizarre, but true, bank heist in 1973 which turned into a hostage crisis and spawned the term “Stockholm Syndrome”, as the captor bonds with the person initiating the heist. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from […]

X-Men: Dark Phoenix – The DVDfever Cinema Review by Nik Coppin

X-Men: Dark Phoenix is not too bad… not too bad at all. I did fear that all the best bits from the movie were in the trailer, but there’s plenty more in store to be quite enjoyable here. Some good battle scenes and emotional disagreements going on that don’t feel too contrived and fit the […]

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