Posts Tagged ‘Christophe Beck’

Holmes And Watson on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Holmes And Watson: When I first saw the trailer for this, it looked pretty terrible. I’m not a Will Ferrell-does-comedy fan which doesn’t help, but John C Reilly is usually worth a watch. However, as well as the pre-opening credits scene being pretty good (which could be because Ferrell isn’t in it, as it shows […]

The 12th Man – The DVDfever Review – Jonathan Rhys Meyers

The 12th Man takes place in 1943 during World War II, at a time when Hitler had established “Festung Norwegen” (Fortress Norway), aka building heavy defences and fortification as they occupied Norway, thus Operation Martin Red was launched on March 24th, where twelve Norwegian Resistance fighters set sail for Norway. Given the circumstances which are […]

Ant-Man And The Wasp – Can this small sequel win big? – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Ant-Man and the Wasp is released tomorrow in UK cinemas and before I discuss it, I will say that I was NOT a fan of the first one, but since I go into each film with an open mind, can the sequel be an improvement? In the pre-Marvel logo scene (which always appears instead of […]

American Made – The DVDfever Cinema Review

American Made begins in 1978, but is told in flashback from late 2015, with Tom Cruise as Barry Seal, who flies planes very adeptly for TWA, but is not adverse to using the trips to pick up and drop off items to make a bit of extra cash on the side without alerting his bosses […]

Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie – The DVDfever Review

Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie was originally billed with a title comprised of just the last three words, but was changed to the longer one as if the studio had zero confidence that no-one would know it by its comic strip name of “Peanuts“. Okay, so ‘Charlie Brown’ was in all of the […]

Good Kill on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Good Kill is set in 2010, where following the events of 9/11, drone use has escalated and this is the time where the highest number of targeted kills has taken place. At 10,000ft up in the air, drones are a quick and efficient way of getting rid of the bad guys, without any loss of […]

Ant-Man IMAX 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Ant-Man is another movie in the seemingly never-ending Marvel canon. I’ve said before that I don’t follow the comic books so I only know of what is presented before me in movie form, and I have to say that, from the moment I first heard about this entry in the series, I wasn’t exactly wowed. […]

Cake on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Cake begins with a therapy group coming to terms with the suicide of young mother Nina (Anna Kendrick), and instantly shows that the film will be liberally sprinkled with black humour. Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston) is suffering from chronic pain, with the actress’ acting being to the point where you can feel every last twinge […]

Let’s Be Cops on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Let’s Be Cops sees Ryan (Jake Johnson) and Justin (Damon Wayans Jr) as losers with no real career going for them who, as you might’ve guessed, decide one day to pretend to be cops. Ryan has spent the last two years living off the $11,000 he earned from a genital herpes commercial – the clip […]

Edge of Tomorrow – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Edge of Tomorrow is a film which seems to have been timed for release to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings because that’s essentially what’s on show here, although the Germans have been replaced by aliens. After discussing the impending assault with General Brigham (Brendan Gleeson), Major William Cage (Tom Cruise) inadvertently […]

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