aka Avengers Assemble, which is a totally crap name. Even Marvel’s the Avengers would’ve been better. Stupid marketing decisions are […]
Posted on 4 May 2012 | By Fence
Based on books by Arthur Conan Doyle I really enjoyed the first of these “reimaginings”, although I don’t think that […]
Posted on 20 December 2011 | By Fence
Dir: Jon Favreau
I really enjoyed Iron Man and I love Mr. Downey Jr. and I think Jon Favreau is so very adorable. All positives, so I’m guessing you can all feel the but coming. I’m going to keep you waiting, for a little while at least, because Iron Man 2 is a really fun film. And the effects are great. I enjoyed all the roles, Downey is great as Stark, he pulls off the role of ass-hole multi-millionaire while at the same time he is an engaging character. And all the supporting cast, while they aren’t asked to do a huge amount, do their jobs well.
Posted on 5 May 2010 | By Fence
Based on books by Arthur Conan Doyle IMDb ; Sherlock Holmes Guy Ritchie’s re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes is quite a […]
Posted on 10 January 2010 | By Fence
Ever since Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang I’ve loved Robert Downey Jr. and that is the main reason I wanted to […]
Posted on 9 May 2008 | By Fence | 11 responses
This is based on the true story of a serial killer in the 1970′s in California who highlighted his murders with cryptic letters to newspapers. He killed at random, and called himself The Zodiac, and wrote his letters in a code. He also often sent bloodstained items of clothes along with these letters as a sort of proof. He was never caught. Robert Graysmith was working as a cartoonist at one of the newspapers where the letters arrived, and became caught up in the case. The film is based on his book of the events of the time.
Posted on 17 June 2007 | By Fence
I have come to conclusion that I dislike this new animation style of digital-rotoscoping. That is where actors are filmed […]
Posted on 22 August 2006 | By Fence | 5 responses
It is the 1950′s, and McCarthyism is rife in America as the hunt for reds under bed trundles on. In […]