Tag Archives: Charlie Hunnam

The Gentlemen (2020) Review

THERE’S F**KERY AFOOT!   Since the golden age of Hollywood, gangster / mobster films have had a cinematic attraction with studios and moviegoers alike; a sort of harmonious intrigue of the two, with tales of tragedy, treachery, and gripping tension keeping its viewers on the edge of their seats and invested in the story being told. While symbolic gangster films

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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) Review

NOT REALLY THE “ONCE AND FUTURE KING” ARTHUR   Camelot, Excalibur, Mordred, Lancelot, Knights of the Roundtable, Merlin, and Arthur Pendragon are the primary staples to many in the various Arthurian legends of King Arthur. Deriving from the stories of British folklore, the story of King Arthur has been told and retold through a multitude of accounts, finding its origins

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Pacific Rim Review

MAN AND MACHINE BECOME ONE   Another golden oldie from my old movie blog. Enjoy! Giant monster and/or mecha movies are super popular in western society. From the famous yet kind of cheesy Godzilla movies to the flashy Japanese anime, this idea of larger than life creatures / robots has spawned a genre unto itself and has amass a large

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Crimson Peak Review

HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL   Director Guillermo del Toro has a special affinity towards the realms of horror in his moviemaking. The 51 year old director / screenwriter has touched upon this in several of his media projects, including his fantasy film Pan’s Labyrinth, his graphic novel adapation Hellboy (and its sequel Hellboy: The Golden Army), and in the FX television show

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