The latest theatrical effort from Marmite-man Ricky Gervais could easily be written off as a good sketch idea stretched too thin, but there’s a certain charm to its simplicity. Continue reading Special Correspondents Review
“I’m just a bloody normal bloke. A normal bloke who likes a bit of torture”.
Chopper is a visceral retelling of a nation’s famous criminal, told from the perspective of the criminal himself and therefore comparisons to Bronson are not only natural, but obvious. Too obvious in fact to spend any more time on; suffice to say it isn’t as good as Refn’s 2008 masterpiece, but an impressive debut from Dominik nonetheless.
Forget Act of Valour
Ridley Scott described the film as ‘anti-war, but pro-military’ and that is certainly true. Continue reading Black Hawk Down Review