Meanderring tale with a borrowed plot. An aged Willis stumbles around Venice Beach in a pastiche of himself. Billed as a comedy, with the only laughs coming from how shoddy this films looks now. Might have been a hit in 1994. Dull and tiresome. 😦
Classic Sci-Fi re-imagining with stunning VFX but clunky narrative. Tom Cruise plays ‘overwhelmed’ well, but the film is hindered by disjointed modernising of the plot and some stitched in, though well realised, action set pieces. Worth an Ooh laa!
Gruesome social experiment horror thriller where trapped employees are pitched against each other in a gruesome game. Tight, oddly dark humoured and interesting with nasty gore. Worth a watch! 🙂
An interesting though overplayed premise can’t save this badly acted film heading down the toilet. Borrowing heavily from The Ring, with crawling ancient demon type deal but little else. Jumpy moments but watch only if your paint is already dry 😦
Solid well directed thriller – where a man fights to find his marooned family. Tight, well written and good performances keep this film watchable and at times gripping. Well worth a watch but might put you off renting boats! 🙂
Low budget horror anthology sort of revolving around some found video footage. From a promising start it soon descends in to crap student film territory. Badly executed, with occasional ideas that struggle to make sense. Pity.
Bleak, noir toned thriller. Oddly stilted performance from Liam Neeson as he walks around New York looking for mafia wife killers. Nothing new here; over long with some tension but ultimately misses it’s own target. Somewhat dull and ends stupidly.