• Happy Gilmore

    Happy Gilmore

    ★★★★

    Nice to see a adam sandler comedy that's actually good. A funny, creative, goofy comedy where all the jokes work. This has some great energy throughout and adam sandler is really good in this, has a lot of spirit. It's got a great villian and I could not stop laughing when he was fighting that alligator. Bonus points for having jaws from the spy who loved me in this.

  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return

    ★★★★★

    Episode thirteen. Dougie Jones walking into the door make me laugh out loud, one of the funniest things I've ever seen.

    That scene with the arm wrestling was intense.

  • Smiley Face Killers

    Smiley Face Killers

    One of the most boring horror films I've seen. This is a hard film to get through. Nothing happens for a long time in this film, just following a character that I didn't like. I didn't have a smiley face during this film, I had a bored face.

  • Ronin

    Ronin

    ★★★★

    An excellent script, pulse pounding realistic practical car chasrs, gun fights and some engaging performances particularly from Robert deniro, this is a spectacular, story with a lot of twists and turns. The car chases are pure cinema.

  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return

    ★★★★★

    Epispde twelve with that hotel scene with Gordon and Albert and that French woman was just hilarious, so random and weird but brilliant.

  • When Jeff Tried to Save the World

    When Jeff Tried to Save the World

    ★★★

    Wow didn't expect to see maya and Anna from pen 15 together again in this, that was pretty cool, love that show.

    This was a nice , sweet, indie film with a very good central performance from jon heder, who I haven't seen in any new releases.recently so it was nice to see him leading a film again.

    The film had a simple story anchored by the lead and the other characters, it wasn't nothing exciting or original but just a charming, pleasant little indie film that I relaxed to. The score was pretty good too.

  • For Your Eyes Only

    For Your Eyes Only

    ★★★★

    While moonraker was a epic, over the top, funny James bond film, for your your eyes only goes in a different direction with a tone and story that's more grounded , down to earth and more serious film. It's a realistic james bond film with some amazing action scenes that are tense and take their time, including some exciting underwater action scenes, a ending with bond mountain climbing and a ski chase. It features one of the best bond girls…

  • Scooby-Doo

    Scooby-Doo

    ★★★

    I used to watch this a lot when this first came out , being a kid I loved it and it's still fun and colourful and silly and crazy and its not a long film at only 80 something minutes. Good for a nostalgia trip. Take me back to 2002. Plus Rowan Atkinson and Matthew Lillard are really good in this

  • Robin Hood: Men in Tights

    Robin Hood: Men in Tights

    ★★★★

    I dont get the hate for this film, this was hilarious, could not stop laughing, silly but funny. The archery competition scene was highlight where the characters look at their script for the film.

  • Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat

    ★★★★

    Watched this a second time. That final fight between scorpion and subzero is still awesome, just hearing scorpion saying "get over here" is brilliant.

  • Moonraker

    Moonraker

    ★★★

    Epic and ambitious, this is a big budget bond film and the one with bond in space. This has some good moments throughout including the pre title sequence involving bond falling out of a plane, and is not the worst bond film. This is entertaining, fun and never dull ,but its tone is all over the place and is silly and relies too much on humour. The space set pieces look really well done. It has some really goofy moments…

  • Animal Factory

    Animal Factory

    ★★★

    A prison drama that's with a story that's been in lots of prison films and is nothing special. But its the characters that make this film watching with Willem Defoe and Edward curling having great chemistry as friends and Mickey Rourke, playing a role Tyra very different from his usual roles but makes for a sympathetic character. Directed by Steve buscemi, this is fine but nothing in the story stands out.