It was always going to be a bold move trying to create a movie inspired by a board game. They don’t particularly lend themselves to a clear narrative but if any would work, it would be the “murder mystery” Clue (or … Continue reading Clue (1985) Review
In 1980, George Lucas brought Star Wars second installment, The Empire Strikes Back, to the big screen. It was a darker, more somber and much better movie than it’s predecessor. He then followed this movie up in 1983 with a lighter, “funnier” and “fluffier” movie in … Continue reading Final Frontier Fortnight: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) Review
Star Trek launched the careers of the likes of William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and Patrick Stewart but they were not the only notable actors and actresses who appeared in Star Trek movies. There are many who thought Star Trek could be … Continue reading Final Frontier Fortnight: 8 Actors you didn’t know were in Star Trek movies!
Back to the Future Part 3 is a good example of how you finish a trilogy. The second movie ended with a pretty solid cliffhanger and luckily for the fans of the trilogy, they didn’t have to wait a whole year … Continue reading Back to the Future Part 3 (1990) Review
It’s easy to see why Back to the Future has become such a classic, iconic movie. If you broke down what it was about you may struggle to find many people who are interested but take all the smaller aspects, the … Continue reading Back to the Future (1985) Review
How do you follow a classic film like the first Back to the Future? The simple answer is that you go bigger, bolder and (slightly) more complicated. Not just one travel through time but three. A 30 year future, an 80s … Continue reading Back to the Future Part II (1989) Review