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DVD review – ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

And welcome once again to the ‘Transformers Film Review Season’!!!!!

Here we are again on another ‘Transformers’ film directed by Michael Bay in the live-action film series. It’s time to take a look at ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’. This film was made in 2011 and it stars Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, John Turturro, Tyrese Gibson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Patrick Dempsey, Kevin Dunn, Julie White, John Malkovich and Frances McDormand. Is this a better film compared to the previous one? Continue reading

Sarah Sutton’s Favourite Films

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

As the ‘Bedford Who Charity Con’ is coming up this Saturday, I thought I’d share with you two reviews I’ve done on two films which are Sarah Sutton (Nyssa in ‘Doctor Who’)’s favourites. There’s my review on the Disney/Pixar film ‘Ratatouille’, which I saw on DVD last Saturday. I cooked a lasagne meal for me and my parents, based on Sarah Sutton’s recipe in ‘The Doctor Who Cookbook’ by Gary Downie, which we had while watching the film. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘X-Men: First Class’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

And welcome once again everyone to the ‘X-Men Film Review Season’!!!!!

It’s time for another prequel film as we begin the ‘X-Men’ beginnings trilogy (plus one which is ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’). It’s time to venture into ‘X-Men: First Class’, a 2011 film directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne, January Jones, Oliver Platt and Kevin Bacon. Continue reading

New Disney Reviews

snow white and the seven dwarfs dvd ratatouille

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Today on my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog, I’ve added three new reviews on three films produced by Disney. These three films are some of my favourites from the world of Disney. I hope you’ll enjoy reading my thoughts on these three films. Each film is different to each other in terms of production. Continue reading