Posts Tagged ‘Mira Sorvino’

Stuber – Trailer 1 – Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani

Stuber is yet another mismatch comedy, this time with him from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 (Dave Bautista) and him from The Big Sick (Kumail Nanjiani), but while this does look like it rather works – as cop Dave forces Uber driver Kumail to drive him around, I do feel like I’ve seen everything in […]

Mothers and Daughters – Trailer #1 – Sharon Stone

Mothers and Daughters looks like it’ll win ‘dirge of the year’ as it tells interwoven stories about what it is to be a mother, as seen through the lens of photographer Rigby Gray (Selma Blair). Not related to last year’s Fathers and Daughters, this can be summed up as the mothers saying, “We’ve fallen out […]

Exposed – Official Trailer #1 – Keanu Reeves, Ana De Armas

Exposed was formerly titled “Daughter Of God” and, after witnessing a miracle, a young Latina woman experiences strange things as police detective Detective Scott Galban (Keanu Reeves) searches for the truth behind his partner’s death. The film is directed by Declan Dale, who co-wrote it with Gee Malik Linton, and it also stars Ana de […]

Do You Believe? – Official Trailer 1 – Drama Movie HD

Do You Believe? is set around a dozen different souls, all moving in different directions, all longing for something more… (it says here). As their lives unexpectedly intersect, they each are about to discover there is power in the Cross of Christ … even if they don’t yet believe it. When a local pastor is […]

There Is No End – Intruders Series 1 Episode 8 – The DVDfever Review

There Is No End takes us into the final episode of Intruders, and back to Queens, New York, 23rd July 1931, the time of Bix Beiderbecke when he was at the height of his fame and talent, playing for all he’s worth. He’s with Rose, and she knows they can be together again when, two […]

The Crossing Place – Intruders Series 1 Episode 7 – The DVDfever Review

The Crossing Place takes us into the penultimate episode of Intruders, and clearly the BBC have lost interest in this show by junking it to the weekend graveyard on BBC2, but I’m prepared to see it through to the bitter end… Much like Jack, who had a shock revelation when he found out what Rose/Amy […]

Bound – Intruders Series 1 Episode 6 – The DVDfever Review

Bound begins with Frank talking to the Rose Gilchrist through Amy’s body, now that her past life has been fully triggered, and she needs him to track down someone else who is due for triggering. But who? Well, for the purposes of TV, she writes it down on a piece of paper for him to […]

The Shepherds And The Fox – Intruders Series 1 Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

The Shepherds And The Fox starts going back to Seattle, 9 years ago, where police search Marcus Fox’s house where they can see he fills his house with knives, there’s Mozart on the turntable, those funny circular, prawn cracker-like things, and in the cellar, there’s the bodies of 8 of his victims… and then they […]

Ave Verum Corpus – Intruders Series 1 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Ave Verum Corpus is the Mozart piece which Madison (Millie Brown) described to Karen early on in the last episode, shortly before smashing her brains in, in the roadside bathroom, and the piece we see her playing on a piano in a flashback just before she and her family moved into their current house, even […]

Time Has Come Today – Intruders Series 1 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Time Has Come Today begins with Karen (Rukiya Bernard), the woman who was paid by 9-year-old Madison (Millie Brown, acting everyone off the screen) to drive her to a destination of her choosing, having reservations about taking this on, switching off a piece of classical music, which is playing on the radio, and deciding to […]

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