Friday, 23 May 2008

Harold and Kumar go to white castle

What a funny movie. The first time I came across this film I didn't watch it because I believed it to be an amatuer movie. Now however, after watching it whilst on holiday. It is one of my personal favourites. A hilarious overnight adventure for the two titled characters. Very entertaining and a must see for lovers of comedy.

Tuesday, 20 May 2008

The Bourne Identity

Yet another of my personal favourites. The bourne Identity tells the story of Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), a man who after losing his identity. Must literally fight to find out who he is. This is an action/thriller and unlike most films it spawned two sequels that were at least as good as the original if not better.

Wednesday, 14 May 2008

Falling Down

Falling Down, starring Micheal Douglas as your average Joe turned Vigilante. After some marital problems and having been fired from work, a man goes on a rampage through an american city. Extremely violent in places, also spiced up with dark humour. This is a must see film and one of my favourites.

Monday, 12 May 2008


What a shocker!!! Seven tells the story of a twisted serial killer and the two cops who are on his trail. The killer (Played by Kevin Spacey) believes he is doing the will of God by murdering 7 people, each for commiting one of the seven sins. As the detectives (Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt) move in closer to their man the story builds up to what must be one of the most shocking endings in cinema history. If you are put off by blood or violence then stay clear of this one.

Sunday, 11 May 2008

INDIANA JONES and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

I haven't been looking forward to a film as much as this one since Matrix Reloaded, and although the latter disappointed I have high expectations for Indy 4. Unlike the previous 3 films where the Nazis featured as his enemy, this fourth one pits Indiana against the Russians during the cold war.

The Plot
Famous Archeologist Indiana Jones is called back into action when he becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to uncover the secret behind mysterious artifacts known as the Crystal Skulls

I will list this as coming soon, but will update it after I have seen the movie.... Can't wait.

INDIANA JONES and the last crusade

My personal favourite (SO FAR) in the Indiana Jones series. This particular one also stars Sean Connery as Indy's eccentric father. The duo team up on a quest for the holy grail against the evil nazis. Thrill after thrill, full of comedy and adventure. This film was released In 1989 and I can still remember sitting in the cinema all those years ago. During the movie I quickly looked at my watch to see how long was left as I was enjoying every minute of it. I just hope Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is as exciting.

INDIANA JONES and the temple of doom

As a big Indy fan I give this movie the thumbs up, although it has received many negative comments from critics. Ok, so it's not as good as 1 or 3 and hopefully not the forthcoming Indy 4 but as an Indiana Jones fan you will not be disappointed. Like all 4 films it stars Harrison Ford as the titled hero who embarks on another archaeological adventure. This time in India, where he must overcome an evil force that is bringing desolation to the local area.

A classic and a must see.

See No Evil, Hear No Evil

A HILARIOUS classic starring Richard Prior and Gene Wilder. This is another of my personal favourites and tells the story of a blind man and deaf man. Who unwittingly become dangerously involved in a murder case.

This is an adult movie which contains strong language and some nudity.

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

The Lost Boys

One of my personal favourites and a cult classic. The Lost boys tells the story of a family who move to a new city which just happens to be the murder capital of the world. Once there, the family become involved with a gang of Vampires, and must fight for survival.A very talented cast including Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. A must see for all horror or comedy fans.