Upcoming    R4vsR1    Censorship    Glitches    Articles    Best/Worst    Lists    Customize    About  

Review Search

Title Search


Reviewography
Power Search

Discography
Power Search

UserName: Password:  

Create A New User Account
REVIEWS
Mon 23.4.18
Pilgrimage (Blu-ray) (2017)
Ray N

Cover Art In Pilgrimage a group of monks, including a novice played by up and coming young star Tom Holland, are required to take a holy relic across a 13th Century Ireland wracked with conflict, a journey which tests both their courage and their faith. An intelligent script, stunning scenery, bloody action, a good cast, men in armour on big horses, hostile tribes, battles, torture and blood, faith and a holy relic; what’s not to like? . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Thu 19.4.18
The Marx Brothers Collection (Umbrella) (1929)
Ray N

The Marx Brothers Collection from Umbrella has the five feature films the brothers made for Paramount between 1929 and 1933, in fact the only five films that featured all four of the brothers. This collection is a wonderful opportunity to watch the brothers develop from vaudeville and Broadway performers to genuine film stars. In these films it is all there, the puns, quips, double meanings, non-sequiturs and slapstick with some classic routines that have become legend, allowing us to watch and appreciate their zany, anarchic humour on film. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Wed 18.4.18
Duck Soup (Umbrella) (1933)
Ray N

Duck Soup, released in 1933, is the last of the five films The Marx Brothers made for Paramount and the last film in which Zeppo Marx appeared with his brothers. Duck Soup is a genuine gold star comedy classic featuring the brothers at their most maniacal, surreal and anarchic; it is hilarious, packing more genuine laugh out loud moments into its 68 running time than almost any film I can think of. . Sponsored by DVD Buzz.

Tue 17.4.18
Lost City of Z, The (Blu-ray) (2016)
Ray N

In the early 20th century the Amazon was the last unexplored blank on the world’s maps. The Lost City of Z, from writer / director James Gray and starring Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland, is based on the true story of the last of the great English explorers, Percy Fawcett, as he searches for the fabled lost city he calls Z deep in the Amazonian jungle. . Sponsored by Family Boxoffice.

Older Reviews
USER COMMENTS
User Comments disabled. Enable.
OTHER REVIEWS
No recent review links
NEW RELEASES