Archive for the ‘Cinema films’ Category

Skyscraper – Enjoy a nice, high piece of Johnson! – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Skyscraper is an action movie that’s all about one man’s heroic efforts to get to see a movie with Dwayne Johnson at Vue Cinemas called Skyscraper… but I’ll get to that. If you’ve seen the trailers, you’ll know Johnson (now taking over the crown from Arnie, Bruce and Stallone as the human special effect) plays […]

First Reformed – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Ethan Hawke

First Reformed is the name of the church run by Rev. Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke), who begins to keep a diary for one year, with the intent that, after this time, he’ll destroy it. Quite why he starts is never explained, but then as well as it being a starting point for the story, it […]

Ideal Home – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Paul Rudd

Ideal Home is one of those comedies where the title is the opposite of what we’re looking at, as gay couple Paul (Paul Rudd – hope he didn’t forget his character’s first name) and Erasmus (Steve Coogan, overplaying the camp accent) find things change unexpectedly. They’re already at each other’s throats, as the former is […]

Sicario 2: Soldado – Better than the first? – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Sicario 2: Soldado was a film for which I didn’t even know was planned, until the first teaser came out, so I was certainly looking forward to this, as the first movie was great. Plus, given the weather, I was tempted to ask the cinema to turn off the air-conditioning, so it would actually FEEL […]

Bobby Robson: More Than A Manager – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Bobby Robson: More Than A Manager centres around the former England football manager, but while the film lasts 99 minutes, the late, great man says at the start, “I remember everything. How long have you got(?)” Beginning in 1995, he talks about gonig to see the doctor about his sinuses, but how this turned out […]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Another dino movie? Hollywood finds a way… – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is another sequel with a meaningless subtitle. Beforehand, I was anticipating yawning and a lot of watch-checking, and thinking that the only plus is that it’ll take people away from Solo: A Star Wars Story, as Disney really need to be taught a lesson, but then people have already given that […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story – I had a really bad feeling about this – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Solo: A Star Wars Story – Beforehand, I had a really bad feeling about this. Why? when I first heard about the man who was playing Han Solo, I was instantly disheartened. It’s Alden Ehrenreich (Rules Don’t Apply). My choice – as I’ve said many times before – would be Anthony Ingruber (below) who played […]

Deadpool 2: Dead Pooler – The DVDfever Cinema Review – The Best Film of 2018?

Deadpool 2: You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll hear naughty words! First off, there’s a BIG Logan spoiler – as well as a non-spoilery note that the Wolverine was ‘riding on his coat tails’ for getting an R-rated film on the big screen (or 15-cert in the UK), but either way, if you haven’t seen that […]

Allure – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Allure is another one of those films where I’m going to be out of step with a lot of people because when I checked IMDB, it had a score of around 4.6/10. They must have clearly been watching a different movie, since this is a great drama. House cleaner Laura (Evan Rachel Wood) comes across […]

Redoubtable – The DVDfever Cinema Review – aka Godard Mon Amour

Redoubtable tells a tale which I’d never come across before, showing the relationship in the late ’60s between French film director Jean-Luc Godard (Louis Garrel) and his muse, Anne Wiazemsky, from start to finish since, while she’s approaching 20, he’s in his late 30s. What can go wrong?! He thinks he knows everything. She’s young […]

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