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Operation Overlord was the codename for the Allied invasion of Normandy in the last days of World War 2 and the actual beach landings of allied forces were referred to as Operation Neptune. This is just to let those...
As someone who is not familiar with Venom, other than its relationship to Spider-Man, I went into this film with not much of a reference point. Other than remembering Topher Grace as Eddie Brock (Venom) in Spider-Man 3, I...
Regardless of what you think of Spike Lee and/or his politics, he makes some very fine films. Let's just say, I think he hits more than he misses. Tackling the true story of police officer Ron Stallworth, his infiltration...
Writer and director Shane Black has helmed the latest installment from the franchise first introduced with style, gusto and thrills in 1987; Predator. Gone are the days of Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and Dillon (Carl Weathers) and even Hawkins (played...
Let's face it. There will never be another Jaws, at least not in my lifetime. Steven Spielberg's classic is a classic for a reason. It is an impeccable film; terrifying and real as real can get. Powered by strong...
The opening scene of The Hurricane Heist is a ripoff of Jan de Bont's Twister from 1996. Subsequently, the story of The Hurricane Heist is another film slapped together with recycled plot elements from natural disaster films and also...
Gringo was directed by Nash Edgerton and stars his real-life brother Joel Edgerton and Charlize Theron as CEO's of a pharmaceutical company that is on the verge of bankruptcy. That is until they get the opportunity to release a...
Having looked over director Steven Spielberg's resume, there are very few duds in his career. He is a legendary director, handling every genre from action, science fiction, action, war and even comedy, all with amazing success. Ready Player One...
Mission: Impossible - Fallout is the second film written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie. This is the same writer who wrote The Usual Suspects, Valkyrie, Edge of Tomorrow and Way of the Gun. Of Course he is also the...
2014 saw the release of The Equalizer with Denzel Washington playing retired CIA operative, Robert McCall. Reeling from the loss of his beloved wife, he has sought refuge of sorts as an employee of the local boxed home improvement...
John Curran's Chappaquiddick tells the true story of the accident that claimed the life of Mary Jo Kopechne, an innocent and idealistic campaign staffer for Senator Ted Kennedy in 1969. After a party, Kennedy (Jason Clarke) and Mary Jo...
Having watched the original Death Wish from 1974 with Charles Bronson, I was reminded how much that film looks dated. It still is a good film, but everything looks cheaper from the clothes all the way down to the...
Having never read any of the books The Maze Runner films are based on probably has tainted my views of this franchise. I did not care for the first film and can't even remember the second one, although I...
I Spit on Your Grave was a film first released in 1978, originally titled Day of the Woman, written and directed by Meir Zarchi, it was loosely based on an actual occurrence. A woman is targeted by local slime...
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is the follow up film from Denis Villeneuve's 2015 film Sicario. Less Emily Blunt for the newest Sicario, the film has three things going for it; Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin and screenwriter Taylor...