If your expectations aren't very high - and you have wanted to give it ago - then i would say its an ok film. Sean Connery and Michael Ironside make this film bareable and the action is pretty complicated and well executed for the early 90's. Something Different, even if it contradicts everything the first film was about. Treat it as a seperate film francise - when you watch this it will seem tacky but its a good laugh - not intensionally, of course.
(1991) Starring:Sean Connery, Michael Ironside, John C. McGinley Director:Russell Mulcahy Certificate:
Sequel to 'Highlander'. The year is 2024, and the population of Earth are under the impression that the ozone layer has been totally depleted. Former Immortal Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert) is now an old man, reviled by the media for his part in the construction of a protective shield, which ..read more »
It will have you in tears of laughter...the best Will Ferrell movie thats been spit out of hollywood with a fantastic array of characters, including Borats Sasha Baron Cohen as a gay French Formula 'UN' driver. Definative comedy that started Ferrells ball rolling.
Typical teen film - part American Pie - Part Scary Movie...full of sex and comedy...if you didn't enjoy other sex comedies...chances are you'll hate this...otherwise its a perfect friday night comedy to watch as a group.
40 Days And 40 Nights
(2002) Starring:Vanessa Shaw, Josh Hartnett, Paulo Costanzo Director:Michael Lehmann Certificate:
After being dumped by his girlfriend, web designer Matt Sullivan (Josh Hartnett) begins to get panic attacks whenever he is about to have sex, and as a result decides to give it up for lent. His co-workers find this very amusing, and begin taking bets on whether Matt will be able to live up to his ..read more »
This film is a must see for 3 reasons: 1. Liam Neeson as a violent priest...2. Daniel Day Lewis dressed like rupert the bear beating the snot out of anyone in his way and 3. A Fantastic action movie thats dramatic and engrosing. Never been a more violent oscar winning film made.
Gangs Of New York
(2002) Starring:Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly, Brendan Gleeson Director:Martin Scorsese Certificate:
In 1860's lower Manhattan, the Five Points section is a dark, teeming corner of the city known for vice and chaos. Into this frontier of lawlessness arrives the young Irish American, Amsterdam Vallon. Amsterdam is the orphaned son of the slain Priest Vallon--once chief warrior of the Dead Rabbits ..read more »
Beethoven," the lovable Saint Bernard who is a lot of fun to watch, especially with all his facial expressions is a great family hoot. just beware of the stupid sequels and spin-offs.
(1992) Starring:Bonnie Hunt, Nicholle Tom, Sarah Rose Karr Director:Brian Levant Certificate:
Feeling that something is lacking in their lives, the family of suburbanite Charles Grodin adopts a stray St. Bernard puppy. The cute lite beast grows up to be the less-than-cute Beethoven, a sloppy, slobbery, oversized and extremely destructive animal. Beethoven also brings with him a lot of ..read more »
As gritty as any pierce brosnan bonds and more fun than daniel craigs outings (not suggesting they are bad films) this is how all bond films should have been - despite dodgy back projection this looks as fresh now as when it was filmed in 81. Add the stunt team from the original 'Italian Job' and topol blowing things up...you have a classic on your hands.
For Your Eyes Only
(1981) Starring:Topol, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Cassandra Harris Director:John Glen Certificate:
When the activating button for a nuclear launch is lost at sea, it is up to James Bond to retrieve it before it falls into the wrong hands. Roger Moore once again plays 007 in this, the 12th Bond outing, director John Glen's first Bond film and the first without an Ian Fleming credit. Highlights ..read more »
No Doubt that you'll have heard of this film...but have you seen it?
(2009) Starring:Clint Eastwood, Christopher Carley, Bee Vang Director:Clint Eastwood Certificate: Watch now: Unavailable
Walt Kowalski, an iron-willed veteran living in a changing world, who is forced by his immigrant neighbors to confront his own long-held prejudices. The people he once called his neighbors have all moved or passed away, replaced by Hmong immigrants, from Southeast Asia, he despises. Resentful of ..read more »