Jason Bourne: Review

With all the effort he applied to finding out about his past in the first three instalments of the franchise, Jason Bourne (David Webb) now knows exactly who he is. Still hunting for other information about Treadstone, and those involved, we once again join Matt Damon as title character Jason Bourne on another action packed,… Continue reading Jason Bourne: Review

Lights Out: Review

Rebecca’s (Teressa Palmer) young brother Martin (Gabriel Bateman) is beginning to experience the same strange events that tested her sanity several years back. She sets about working to find out where this terror has come from, brining her to an eventual confrontation with an entity that has an attachment with their mother, Sophie (Maria Bello).… Continue reading Lights Out: Review

Risen (DVD): Review

Film Set in Judea about 33 AD‚ and following a Romin Tribune on his quest to find the missing body of a crucified Jew‚ Risen shows us some other aspects of life taking place at the time of the crucifiction of Jesus Christ. While much thought and research have gone in to the production of… Continue reading Risen (DVD): Review

Ghostbusters: Review

Through the deeds of a slightly deranged, evil resident of Manhattan, ghost have started to invade. It is up to paranormal enthusiasts Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig) and Abby Yats (Melissa McCarthy), nuclear engineer Jillian Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon), and subway worket Patty Tolan (Leslie Jones) to fend off these spectral entities, and band together to form… Continue reading Ghostbusters: Review

The Legend Of Tarzan (Review)

Having returned‚ and become acclimated to a life in London‚ John Clayton / Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgard) is called upon to once again venture in to the jungle. Persueded by George Washington Williams (Samual L. Jackson)‚ Tarzan sets off to investigate a mining encampment. Love of his life Jane (Margot Robbie in a role that is‚ for… Continue reading The Legend Of Tarzan (Review)

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