Movie Review: Slaughterhouse Rulez (2018)

mv5bmjexmju1njuwn15bml5banbnxkftztgwotazotgwnjm@._v1_Honestly, naming your school Slaughterhouse is basically asking for trouble.

Stars: Asa Butterfield, Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg, Michael Sheen
Director: 
Crispian Mills

Synopsis: Don Wallace (Finn Cole) starts the new school year at an elite private school full of rich snobs, bullies, a love-sick teacher and a principal who take money from a company to allow them to build a fracking site on the school grounds. Naturally the fracking company drills too deep and releases some sort of horrible being, causing bloody chaos at the aptly named Slaughterhouse School. Continue reading Movie Review: Slaughterhouse Rulez (2018)

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Movie Review: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (2015)

Mission Impossible 5-1Director:  Christopher McQuarrie
Writers:  Christopher McQuarrie
Stars:  Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames

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How does one beat a thrilling stunt like scaling the outside of the Burj Khalifa? Well naturally they decide to hold onto the side of a military plane as it takes off and then continue to hold on and try to access a door while in flight. Hello Tom Cruise and his ability to not only do these stunts but have them totally and utterly work with the Ethan Hunt character and the Mission Impossible series. Also…..what a brilliant way to start off Rogue Nation.
I mean yes it turned into the kidnapping of Ethan Hunt, a valiant escape, the shutting down (again) of the IMF which meant the introduction of Alan Hunley (Alec Baldwin who you know is going to be great in any movie) which then led to a trip to the Opera for an explosive performance….see what I did there 😉. And that, my friends, is only the beginning. Continue reading Movie Review: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (2015)

Movie Review: Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)

Mission Impossible 6-1Director:  Christopher McQuarrie
Writers:  Christopher McQuarrie
Stars:  Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Sean Harris

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And then there were 6. Hello Mission Impossible: Fallout! Hands down my #1 favourite Mission Impossible film to date, and yes I dare say it, by far one of the best actions movies I have ever seen. I love love loved this movie so damn much and I have and will continue to tell anyone and everyone that will listen that they need to see it. Pro Tip…..watch Rogue Nation first if you haven’t seen it because they are the first of all the films to directly link to each other. Though, because the way the story goes, you could still watch it as a stand alone film if you had never seen any of the others. I would judge you, of course, for watching something out of sequence and not treating yourself to all the other great ones that are available but each to their own…..just go watch it dammit!! Continue reading Movie Review: Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)

Movie Review: Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011)

Mission Impossible 4-1Director:  Brad Bird
Writers:  Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec
Stars:  Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Paula Patton

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Ghost Protocol. Where do I start with film #4 in the Mission Impossible series? How about that after watching, I determined that it was my favourite in the whole series (Side note…..this opinion changes but I’ll talk about that in a different post). Or what about the fact that the it starts with a prison break and after the way that #3 ended you’re left with a what??? How??? Why is Ethan in prison?? Frame of mind.  Continue reading Movie Review: Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011)