The Impossible “Scores On Doors”

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SCORES ON DOORS

This is an incredible yet terrifying true story of a families fight against nature,
The Impossible is an intense watch, it pulls at the heart strings and delivers.
The 10-15mins Tsunami sequence is incredible and the marvelous cast play their
characters so well that it makes you want to continue watching, you care for
what happens to them, it’s engrossing, it’s nail biting, it’s a fabulous movie – 8/10

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Haywire “Mini-Review”

Directed by Steven Soderbergh
Cast Gina Carano, Antonio Banderas,
Michael Douglas, Ewan McGregor,
Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender,
Bill Paxton, Michael Angarano

Mallory Kane (Gina Carano) is a sexy, kick ass
operative for the government sent on dangerous
covert assignments.

On her latest mission Mallory realises she has
been set up and that her employers have put a
bounty on her head – before they get to her she
must discover who’s behind the hit & eliminate
them first.


HAYWIRE has it’s crititc’s but i’m not one of
them – Steven Soderbergh does brilliant in this
Bourne-style action thriller starring the unknown
Gina Carano with a host of big name actors in
support – it’s a thrill ride from the opening 5mins.

Don’t go into the movie expecting anything, try
not to read any reviews & distance yourself from
anything previously directed by Steven Soderbergh
& you will get so much more out of the experience
from watching Haywire.
7.5/10 

 

Perfect Sense “Mini Review”

Directed by David Mackenzie
Cast Ewan McGregor, Eva Green
Connie Nielsen, Stephen Dillane
Ewen Bremner

A Chef (McGregor) & a Scientist (Green) meet
and fall in love during the outbreak of an
epidemic causing it’s victims to loose their senses
one by one eventually loosing the sight to see.


Perfect Sense was a real surprise, having not
heard a great deal about the movie before viewing
only enhanced the experience, it’s essentially a
love story with a twist, one that delves into the
fear of mass epidemic & the sudden realisation
that any point our world could be turned upside
down is thought-provoking & a terrifying one.

Shot beautifully in the city of Glasgow by Scottish
Director David Mackenzie, and superbly acted by
Green & McGregor – this movie is a must watch.
8/10