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A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Movie Review

Having seen five Stanley Kubrick films, I was waiting to watch A Clockwork Orange right after 2001: A Space Odyssey, but since I’ve been a bit busy, I had to postpone it. However, now that I’ve watched it, I will be telling you my opinion of the film. Considered to be one of the mostContinue reading “A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Movie Review”

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Enter The Dragon (1973) – Movie Review

Without a doubt the most influential martial arts films ever made and considered to be the most profitable martial arts film ever made, Enter The Dragon is notable for being the first Hollywood-Hong Kong production, as well as being Bruce Lee’s final film appearance before his untimely death. This film cemented Bruce Lee’s status asContinue reading “Enter The Dragon (1973) – Movie Review”

It (2017) – Scary-tober Review

Sorry if I haven’t watched many movies lately. I have been very busy in my life and in my studies, so I wasn’t really in the mood for Halloween unlike last year. Still, I wanted to catch up a little bit to prepare myself for Halloween, and what better way to do that than watchingContinue reading “It (2017) – Scary-tober Review”

Alien (1979) – Scary-tober Review

Welcome back to my Scary-tober series, where I will be watching horror movies leading up to Halloween this year and today, I will be looking at Ridkey Scott’s classic, Alien. This was Scott’s breakthrough film and not only does it hold up for the most part, it’s a solid blend of horror and sci-fi that combinesContinue reading “Alien (1979) – Scary-tober Review”

Casablanca (1942) – Movie Review

Winner of the Academy Awards Best Picture and generally considered to be one of the most influencial movies ever made, Casablanca is one of these movies that still stand the test of time, featuring career defining performancs from Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, and it’s a pure magical experience no matter how many times youContinue reading “Casablanca (1942) – Movie Review”

25th Hour (2002) – Movie Review

Spike Lee is one of these directors who are very well renowned and have a brilliant filmography. I haven’t got the chance to see all of his films, but I was impressed by Do The Right Thing and the way Lee presented the Black Lives Movement, so I checked out 25th Hour and while it’sContinue reading “25th Hour (2002) – Movie Review”

Psycho (1960) – Scary-tober Review

Welcome to my Scary-tober event, where I will be taking a look at and reviewing horror movies leading up to Halloween and today, I will be looking at the Alfred Hitchcock classic, Psycho. Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most renowned directors of all time and has changed the way of building suspense in cinemaContinue reading “Psycho (1960) – Scary-tober Review”

The Terminator (1984) – Movie Review

What a way to start to October. I have watched this film so many times, but what I didn’t know is that The Terminator is a sci-fi horror film, which makes it perfect for the beginning of October. Although it’s dated nowadays,¬†The Terminator¬†is still a fun action thriller that set the stage for the franchise.Continue reading “The Terminator (1984) – Movie Review”

Taxi Driver (1976) – Movie Review

Martin Scorsese is one of my faborite directors of all time and he has made a lot of great films, such as Raging Bull & Goodfellas, but if there is a film that I would consider it his best work,it would be Taxi Driver. This film is so fascinating, as it manages to delve intoContinue reading “Taxi Driver (1976) – Movie Review”

The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) – Fast & Furious Marathon

The next entry in the Fast & Furious marathon will be the third installment in the series, The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift. Considered by many the weakest in the series and largely forgotten by the fans, Tokyo Drift set new standards for the franchise and adds some new energy to the franchise byContinue reading “The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) – Fast & Furious Marathon”