The Suicide Squad (2021) Review

When a second batch of Supervillians are put together and send on a tough mission, this time dropped on a remote island of Corto Maltese. Named Task Force X and lead by Bloodsport and Peacemaker with Harley Quinn also thrown into the mix.

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Honest Thief (2020) Review

Tom Dolan was a bank robber who had managed to go years without getting caught, he wanted to now lead an honest life and tries to turn himself in, giving the money had had stolen over to the FBI but when the agents double cross him who will believe him now?

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7 Films that disappointed me in 2016

Having a look at some of the films that I was left rather disappointed with in 2016, that is often due to the hype surrounding them before you get to watch them. I have noticed that Comic Book based films seem to take up most of this list. Surely that just shows that we have way too many over the past few years and it has now past the point of no return in getting loads of them each year.

Here you can see the films that I caught at the cinema during 2016!

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Trailer: Suicide Squad

I don’t know where I have been for the past two months, as that is the date on the trailer on YouTube. But I have seen it twice in the past week on the big screen and the mixture of action with the very messed up and strange version of “You Don’t Own Me” has helped me find new excitement about this film!

Brilliant trailer.

Let’s hope the film doesn’t let us down!

Divergent (2014) Review

The world is split into five factions which are based on virtues, at a certain age people must pick which faction they believe they fit into. This is often helped by the test taken the day before. Not that simple for Tris when she learns that she does not actually fit in and discovers she is a divergent. She must battle to survive as divergents are being found and killed off.

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