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Category Archive: Features, Movie Reviews, Movies, Slider, Sunday Afternoon Movie

Sunday Afternoon Movie: Inkheart [2008]

For me, Sunday Afternoons are the perfect time to explore undemanding movies that have either alluded me until now or are deeply treasured motion pictures that helped forge the man with limited...

The Nice Guys Review

When it comes to creating mismatched buddy cop characters, everything we see today owes a debt to Shane Black. Many buddy cop movies came before Lethal Weapon, but Black’s sassy writing...

The Do Over Review

The first offering in Adam Sandler’s four-picture deal with Netflix was a steaming pile of shit. I had thought about trying to be more eloquent with my phrasing, but at the end of the day when you...

Movies My Dad Likes: Conduct Unbecoming [1975]

There are some films that seem like a window into a bygone age when human values were vastly different to those pertaining today and Conduct Unbecoming certainly falls into this category. It is an...

Sunday Afternoon Movie: Three Amigos [1986]

Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year is John Landis’ underrated Three Amigos, to mark the occasion the cult comedy comes to Blu-ray and has found its way to the Sunday Afternoon Movie Sofa....

Movies My Dad Likes: Sabrina [1954]

I am not a fan of Romcons, most of which seem to me to be somewhat nauseating. That said there are a few that I find original and highly entertaining and the 1954 version of Sabrina certainly comes...

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

Back in 2008 when Marvel Studios took a gamble and hired the director of Elf to bring Iron Man to the big screen, most of the film industry dismissed Marvel’s master plan as wishful thinking. Eight...

Deadpool Review [Spoilers and Harsh Language]

Thanks to some leaked test footage (that Tim Miller definitely didn’t leak) ignited the internet, 20th Century Fox finally gave in and agreed to make an R-Rated Deadpool for a fraction of the...

The Hateful Eight Spoilers Free Review

Tarantino returns with The Hateful Eight, his second Western (technically Django Unchained was a Southern, but we won’t nitpick) for an unashamedly brutal tale that is a joy to behold. Albeit,...

Movies My Dad Likes: Alex Cross Double Feature [A Double Cross]

There has been three of James Patterson’s excellent Alex Cross novels turned into movies, the first two being Kiss the Girls in 1997 followed by Along Came a Spider in 2001. As with all...