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Category Archive: Movie Reviews, Movies, Movies my Dad Likes

Movies My Dad Likes: Pimpernel Smith [1941]

This film was made before I was born but I was fortunate enough to find a copy recently. It is, as the title suggests, a plot based upon the older classic Scarlett Pimpernel where an apparent...

Justice League Review

After years of development, the Justice League have untied in cinemas worldwide to decidedly mixed reviews and an opening weekend that could spell trouble for the DCEU. Unlike some of the more jaded...

What’s Good On Netflix: The Babysitter (2017)

I can’t say I was expecting much from The Babysitter, but in a bid to make the most of my Netflix subscription, I thought I would give it a whirl. The trailer didn’t do much to convince...

Murder Mystery Mondays: Murder On The Orient Express [1974]

★★★★★ Murder on the Orient Express is a masterclass of the genre with the classiest cast ever assembled. It doesn’t take a famed (and fictitious) Belgian Detective with majestic...

Movies My Dad Likes: Our Man In Havana [1959]

If you’re feeling down because it won’t stop raining outside and you need a good pick me up, then why not watch the movie Our Man in Havana. Based on the book by Graham Greene, who also wrote the...

The Bleeder Review

The Bleeder (formerly titled Chuck) could have so easily been another sporting biopic by numbers, but Director Philippe Falardeau delivers an exquisitely crafted film led by a never better Liev...

Movies My Dad Likes: Breakheart Pass [1975]

As far as I know, Breakheart Pass was the only western story written by the great Alistair McClean but what a riveting tale it is. His screenplay version of the story for the movie does not...

Movies My Dad Likes: Hell Drivers [1957]

Hell Drivers released in 1957 remains one of my top 20 all time favourite movies. When I first saw this black and white movie the whole audience seemed to be swaying from side to site as overladen...

Wonder Woman Spoiler Free Review

After three movies that made loads of cash yet polrised fans and critics alike, the DC Expanded Universe finally delivers a crowd-pleasing film. Patty Jenkins (Monster) directs the first ever solo...

Movies My Dad Likes: Firefox [1982]

Firefox is one of the best cold war movies highlighting the doctrine that neither side could allow the other to get too far ahead in military capability. Many believe that this strive for balance...