Everybody be cool, YOU... be cool.
Don't matter age race or gender, if you can smash skulls and it looks great you're all right in my book
Winstead kicks ass, and is also a great hair stylist as she hacked it with some scissors and next thing it looked like K. D Laing having a scrap in the house of the blue leaves, LGBTQ John Wick would be my lazy description, hats off to my sisters tho as that particular fight is top draw. Woody pops…
Worse date night movie ever.
So glad we watched this at home so could laugh out loud at how grim this is. I'm sure Guy's mum is very proud of his portrayal of a child rapist, well done him and the director for telegraphing the horror to its predictable miserable as fuck end. Not even done in an E.C horror comic style, straight as a die historical accurate uncomfortable as entertainment and an endurance, and not in a good way.
A bit of Vinnie to cheer myself up at the end of my time in my sickbed. He was born for this part, all false noses and overacting Shakespeare. I don't think I've seen this since we had 4 channels on TV (could actually be when we had 3) so I was impressed how gruesome and cruel this (and Shakespeare) is. We get 70's London and an array of faces from the era like Lowe, Morley, Sykes a hot as…
Finally got round to watching this. Have to admit I had a lot of trepidation hence why it's been so long these were as follows :
1) movies with drive in the title being shit as they don't deliver on the driving.
2) movies with drive in the title being generally shit.
3) the heist genre in general being predictable and dull
4) Being to old to watch young people be romantic
5) Being to cynical for a bright, loud…