Sunday, 31 January 2016

The Adjustment Bureau - Mini Review

The Adjustment Bureau - Movie Poster

Thankfully I had avoided seeing the full trailers or even reading much about The Adjustment Bureau, before seeing it.  The result is that I really enjoyed it more than I expected to.  The biggest problem with this film though is the poster and the marketing campaign for the film..."Bourne meets Inception"?  That is quite misleading in my opinion, don't believe it.

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Saturday, 30 January 2016

Death Race (2008) - Mini Review

Death Race - Movie Poster

Paul W.S. Anderson is up to his old mediocre best again with another of his dumb action movies made for the teen-aged masses.  Death Race is typical Jason Statham material; anyone who thinks The Transporter films are amazing (believe it or not, there are quite a few) will love this.

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Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Movie Retrospect's Top 10 Films of 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Tie Fighter Sunset - Top 10 Films 2015

Well 2015 is a done deal and I've crammed in as many films as I could in what has been the biggest year of my personal life... Moving twice, travelling to exotic locations and best of all, getting married.

This post is my personal record of my year in films, which I like to share with my friends, but if anyone else should stumble on this list, then I hope you can enjoy reading it as much as I do creating it myself.

In 2015 I managed to watch an impressive 72 films in total - 27 of which had a mainstream UK release in that calendar year - so these are the ones that are eligible for my Top 10 Films of the Year - 2015.

This is my personal list, so if you disagree with any of my selection, let me know your Top 10 of 2015 in the comments below.  If you want to see my complete list of films watched in 2015 you can find it on my IMDB profile here (not including films I re-watched during the year).

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