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  • Troubleshooters

    Troubleshooters

    ★★★

    1971 In Review - April
    #3


    After being released from jail, a man is followed by a Count’s henchman and a police inspector, all of whom expect him to tell them where he has hidden the jewels he has stolen. 

    A sometimes hilarious french farce that I had never heard of before. It’s got a strange tone to it and was actually quite funny.

  • Nighthawks

    Nighthawks

    ★★

    1981 In Review - April
    #6

    Fresh from mounting a devastating bomb attack in London, an international terrorist (Rutger Hauer) arrives in New York and remains intent upon wreaking further havoc. His preparation is clinical and thorough but he overlooks one thing - the grit and steely determination of one New York cop (Sylvester Stallone).

    This is a seemingly overlooked Stallone movie and one I had fond memories of it. But on this rewatch I can see why it’s not…

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  • The Black Cat

    The Black Cat

    ★½

    1981 In Review - April
    #4

    An American photographer (Mimsy Farmer) and a Scotland Yard inspector (David Warbeck) suspect a man's (Patrick Magee) cat of murder.

    The Black Cat, very loosely based on a story by Edgar Allen Poe is just a bunch of completely disconnected scenes where people are killed by a Black Cat (not in-keeping with Poe's story) while multiple story threads are set-up and then immediately abandoned. Not a single part of this movie has any connection…

  • Wonder Woman 1984

    Wonder Woman 1984

    ★★★½

    2020

    After seeing countless reviews on here giving this film a good bashing, I went in expecting a film as bad as Green Lantern. This film isn’t anything like that, in fact it’s a lot of fun. I got a very distinct Richard Donner vibe from this it, it  reminded me a lot of the original Superman film. Nothing too serious and a little goofy. Something that coming after this year has been, is greatly appreciated by me. Of course…