Posts Tagged ‘Randall Emmett’

The Irishman – The DVDfever Cinema / Netflix Review – Robert De Niro

The Irishman centres around former mob hitman Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) as is starts off in a care home, where he’s talking to someone about his life, but who? Even now I’ve watched the film, I’m not entirely sure… He talks about “painting houses” when he’s actually referring to whacking guys, in a film […]

Backtrace on DVD – The DVDfever Review – Sylvester Stallone

Backtrace opens with a deal going sour over money, and idiots pulling guns on each other. Every now and again, I lower my expectations distinctly for straight-to-DVD release like this. Backtrace. They’re not aiming for a Hollywood budget, and thus, can sometimes recoup their costs and even spawn sequels like my worst movie of 2018, […]

Escape Plan 2: Hades – The DVDfever Review – Sylvester Stallone

Escape Plan 2: Hades follows on from the 2013’s original movie which was hit and miss, but still watchable. Arnie is nowhere to be found, but Sylvester Stallone is back as prison escapologist Ray Breslin, in a sequel which may have felt like a great idea until it turned out to be straight-to-DVD fare. Well, […]

Extraction on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Extraction is something that the dental hospital will soon be performing on a dodgy tooth on the upper-left section of my mouth, but you don’t need to know that right now. In this film of the same name, Harry Turner (Kellan Lutz) has recruited into the CIA just like his father, Leonard (Bruce Willis, being […]

2 Guns on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

2 Guns opens with a few scenes that introduce us to self-assured and selfish small-time thieves, Bobby (Denzel Washington) and Stig (Mark Wahlberg), or so it seems, wisecracking their way through life without a care while doing the age-old movie thing of having an inconsequential argument during a job which results in a restaurant exploding […]

16 Blocks on DVD – The DVDfever Review

16 Blocks stars Bruce Willis plays Detective Jack Mosley, a worn-out cop with an alcohol problem and the title comes from the fact that he’s got just 118 minutes (not in real time, before you think I’ve mistyped the figure above) to drive a criminal from the lock-up to court which is a journey of […]

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