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Hacksaw Ridge (Gibson, 2016)

I could have done without the blatant allegorizing, which is dialed 1-800-TOO-MUCH to the point of self-parody at times. And the score is really grandiose. The moment when Desmond ventures into the din and destruction of the ridge instead of going back down to safety is treated like the season finale of a particularly bombastic TV show. 267 more words

Faking Movies – Ep 22. The Cell

The twenty-second podcast episode.  In this one, Daniel takes a stab at the plot of The Cell.

Do you know that feeling when everyone is talking about a movie you haven’t seen? 79 more words


Wednesday's Weekly Review: Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017)

As you may know by now I’m not a fan of giving out spoilers. But when a film is called Brawl in Cell Block 99 it kinda gives you an outline of an activity and a location that might be contained within. 1,285 more words


SWINGERS (1996) Movie Review: The Thing I Liked...

Since I tend to enjoy so much of Jon Favreau’s recent work, I wanted to check out one of his earlier projects. I chose Swingers, a Favreau written comedy in which Favreau plays Mike, a twenty something aspiring actor in Hollywood. 266 more words


Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017) Review

“Reply correct or get raped”.

After his wonderfully savage Kurt Russell-starring western Bone Tomahawk wowed critics and audiences alike (it was personally one of my favourite films of 2016) it was no surprise that director S. 714 more words


RIORI Vol 3, Installment 76: Todd Phillips' "Starsky And Hutch" (2004)

The Players…

Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughan, Jason Bateman and Snoop Dogg, with Juliette Lewis, Carmen Elektra, Amy Smart, Chris Penn, Matt Walsh, Fred Williamson and Will Farrell. 3,355 more words


Brawl in Cell Block 99 ★★

In his directorial debut, S. Craig Zahler created a gripping, scary, and deeply violent western. Bone Tomahawk was imperfect to be sure, but was nonetheless a fun bit of western horror, blending together two genres that rarely mesh together. 1,867 more words