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Revisiting ‘Spider-Man’

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As it’s nearly my birthday tomorrow, I thought I’d share with you my reviews on the ‘Spider-Man’ movies that I’ve already reviewed on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. You have your favourite Spider-Man, I have mine. Whether it’d be Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield or Tom Holland, we all have our unique opinions about Spider-Man in the movies. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Breakthrough’

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It’s rare that a Christian drama film gets released at the cinema these days. Thankfully my parents and I saw the latest Christian drama film based on a true story called ‘Breakthrough’ at the cinema. And the film itself was directed by a ‘Star Trek’ actress/director no less. Yeah! I was surprised by this. Continue reading

‘Spider-Man: Five-Movie Collection’ on Blu-ray

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

I’ve updated my reviews on the original ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy by Sam Raimi, starring Tobey Maguire as well as on ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ movies by Marc Webb, starring Andrew Garfield. I’ve been revisiting these ‘Spider-Man’ movies in the ‘Spider-Man: Five-Movie Collection’ Blu-ray box set release. Continue reading

Spider-Man Updated

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I’ve recently been updating the pages for my ‘Spider-Man’ DVD reviews on ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. This includes updating the reviews for the original ‘Spider-Man’ movie trilogy by Sam Raimi with Tobey Maguire and for ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ movies by Marc Webb with Andrew Garfield. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘Spider-Man 3’

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Here is my third DVD review on the original ‘Spider-Man’ film trilogy directed by Sam Raimi!

My review of ‘Spider-Man 3’ starring Tobey Maguire; Kirsten Dunst and James Franco is now here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This isn’t the best film out of the trilogy and it’s rather sad the Tobey Maguire era ends here as it’s an era of ‘Spider-Man’ I’ve enjoyed tremendously. Continue reading