Everyone had posted about this film on Netflix quite rapidly on my Facebook timeline. So I thought I’d see what the fuss was about. Here’s my review on Bird Box 2018. Continue reading “Bird Box (2018)”
The Carry On (1958-1978,1992) films are considered perhaps one of the great British film franchises, but while the films themselves are dated, cliché, cheap, and largely eyerollingly unfunny, there are a series of much more compelling stories behind the scenes. Probably the most famous of these is the decade long affair between Carry On stars’ Barbara Windsor and Sid James. When I heard there was a film about this relationship, as well as touching on the torment of some of the other stars, I knew I had to check it out. Is it any good? Well, might as well find out.
So, yes… i kinda vanished…. again. Though this time i did it to everyone, not just you, if that helps…. I had some alone time, me time and i discovered that i hadn’t been happy. So i have this year immediately set about changing that, and just with a smile, a can do attitude and a social outlook, it’s been incredible just how full my life has become already! I have done more this last week than i did in an entire set of months last year and i feel so, so much better. So, once again, boomerang boy is back! Continue reading “The shape of water – 2018”
The Meg. No, not the Mila Kunis voiced teenager from Family Guy, but rather, a megalodon shark. In the modern day. With Jason Statham, Li Bingbing and Ruby Rose. What do I think of it?Continue reading “The Meg (2018)”
We all love a good Christmas movie, even if we don’t love Christmas. With that in mind, here are my Top Five Christmas Movies.Continue reading “That Guy’s Top Five #Christmas Films”
Hello, it’s me again! I’ve not done a film review yet, however this one was something I went to see on it’s release date and one I wanted to write about. I had been waiting for this film to come out since I saw it was being made, and now I have the honour to tell you all about it, so don’t stop me now… Continue reading “Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)”
Right then. I’m on record as being one of the few people on this God-forsaken planet that doesn’t go hoop-la over the movie Home Alone (1990), and instead, takes issue with it. Here’s a number of reasons why.