Quick TV Series Review – ‘The Mandalorian’ (Season 1)

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‘Star Wars’ fans are…interesting. And I mean that with the highest respect. Over the years, I’ve had my own opinions about ‘Star Wars’. I wouldn’t say I was a big fan of the movies and its spin-off media, but I’ve always enjoyed watching a ‘Star Wars’ film whether it’d be on DVD or at the cinema. Continue reading

Blu-ray Review – ‘Avengers: Endgame’

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And welcome back everyone to the ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe Film Review Season’!

Don’t worry, I won’t go over-the-top and mad like I did the last time with introducing the review for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’. Mind you, I don’t feel quite so happy since I’m stuck in the Divergent Universe and many of you are probably still stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic – please keep safe. Timelord007 is still out there in space whilst Wolfie and Whiskeybrewer have vanished. 😦 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Jojo Rabbit’

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You may have noticed that I try to do a variety of reviews when it comes to movies and TV – whether it’d be drama, comedy or sci-fi. Well, recently at the cinema, I saw the movie ‘Jojo Rabbit’ that is a comedy-drama film. I did enjoy seeing ‘Jojo Rabbit’ at the cinema, finding it an intriguing experience. Continue reading

DVD Review – ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

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

And welcome everyone to the final week of this year’s ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe Film Review Season’!

And here we are on what is arguably considered to be the unusual ending for ‘Phase Three: Part One’ in the ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe’ movie series. This is ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, the third film in the ‘Thor’ trilogy so far as well as the last ‘MCU’ film that was shown in 2017. Yeah ‘Phase Three: Part One’ covered two years of ‘MCU’ movies at the cinema whilst the second half covered the next two. Continue reading