Tag Archives: Taron Egerton

Robin Hood (2018) Review

MISSES THE TARGET   The man, the myth, the legend of Robin Hood. Derived from English folklore (most notably in the Late Middle Ages), Robin Hood is a heroic outlaw from literature, who (as the story goes) was from noble birth and fought during the Crusades before returning to England to find his lands taken by the sheriff, which made

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) Review

 A SOLID SEQUEL THAT SHINES (NOT BURNS)   Back in 2015, moviegoers everywhere were introduced to director Matthew Vaughan’s visual spy action film Kingsman: The Secret Service. Adapted from the graphic novel Kingsman by Mark Millar (writer) and Dave Gibbons (artist), the film, which starred Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Caine, follows the journey

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Legend Review

A GANGSTER “DOUBLE TROUBLE”   Gangster (or Mob) films have become commonplace in Hollywood as well as in the history of movie making. Whether the usage of familiar staples of gangsters, kingpins, mobsters, henchmen, money, police, and crime waves, the allure and overall fascination has been depicted in many variations, some stereotypical in nature, while others try to reinvent themselves

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