Category Archives: Movies

Movie Review – ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

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I’ve seen what is, apparently, the final film in Phase Four in the ‘MCU’ and the sequel to the 2018 film ‘Black Panther’. And I haven’t caught up on ‘Ms. Marvel’ and ‘She-Hulk’ on Disney+ yet. 😀 This is ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’. I found it very good and worthwhile to check out at the cinema. 🙂 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Black Adam’

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So, I’m going to tell you, I didn’t really know what to expect when it came to checking out ‘Black Adam’ at the cinema. I don’t know that much about Black Adam as a character from the DC superhero universe. I don’t know him well compared to Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. 😐 Continue reading

The ‘Spy Kids’ Movies

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I’ve been wanting to talk about this film series for quite some time, as the ‘Spy Kids’ films mean a lot to me. Well, the first three films more than the fourth film, but we’ll get into that a little more later on. The ‘Spy Kids’ films were created by Robert Rodriguez, who wrote, directed and edited the films. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Robin Hood’ (1973)

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Since I’ve reviewed quite a number of ‘Robin Hood’ stories on my blog, including the 1952 film with Richard Todd and of course the Tom and Jerry film, it’s only fair that I review the Disney film from 1973. If you were to ask me if this was my first experience of Robin Hood, then the answer is ‘yes’. 😀 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’ (2011)

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(sighs) The 2011 film ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’. Now before I talk about this movie, I just want to reflect on some of the things I said in my review for ‘Operation Mincemeat’. I think I might have been harsh in my criticisms for it being quite slow-going and not having enough action featured in it. Continue reading

Disney Film Review – ‘Bambi 2’

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Today is what would have been my late sister Bethan’s birthday. Recently, my parents and I revisited one of her favourite Disney films – the 1942 film ‘Bambi’ – on Disney+. We also watched the 2006 sequel ‘Bambi 2’, which takes place during the first film where Bambi is a young male deer fawn before he becomes an adult. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Pinocchio’ (2022)

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Last weekend, I saw the latest Disney live-action remake of ‘Pinocchio’, directed by Robert Zemeckis of ‘Back to the Future’ fame and based on the 1940 animated film of the same name. The film stars Tom Hanks, well-known for voicing Woody in ‘Toy Story’ and for being in 2004’s ‘The Polar Express’. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Version’

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It turns out I did end up seeing the extended version of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ at the cinema after all. 😀 I’m very pleased I did. After reviewing the theatrical version of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ on my blog, I was keen to see the extended version, containing 11 minutes of new footage. 🙂 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘The Mummy’ (2017)

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Yes, you are reading this correctly. I’ve seen the 2017 film ‘The Mummy’, starring Tom Cruise. Usually, I don’t go for horror films such as this, but it is an action-adventure film too, and since Tom Cruise is in it, I thought it’d be worth checking out. This film has received a lot of hate over the years. Continue reading

The ‘Shrek’ Movies

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Quite recently, I saw a re-release of ‘Shrek 2’ at the cinema. I greatly enjoyed revisiting the film on the big screen since its release in 2004. Therefore, I’ve decided to share an overview of what I think of each of the four ‘Shrek’ films in turn. Hopefully, I’ll do in-depth reviews of the four films in future. Continue reading