Tag Archives: Simon Pegg

Review: Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Just a few tweaks is all it takes. The simple act of splitting up the crew and making them think  their way around impossible situations keeps the plot of STAR TREK BEYOND loose and fun. The script co-written by Simon … Continue reading

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Review: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015)

The latest outing for Ethan Hunt and the IMF is the most ambitious and technically accomplished to date. There really is very little to ruin your enjoyment of ROGUE NATION overall, and Christopher McQuarrie equips himself admirably as the latest … Continue reading

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The Obligatory End of the Year Top 10 (2013)

2013 has been a bit of a downbeat year for the film world, as we’ve lost a depressing number of talented individuals before their time – Roger Ebert, Richard Griffiths, James Gandolfini, Karen Black, Paul Walker. Peter O’Toole and Ray Harryhausen passed … Continue reading

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The World’s End and the Flavour of Disappointment

It’s with a heavy heart I write this. I watched Edgar Wright’s concluding chapter in the “Cornetto Trilogy” of revisionist comedy genre films THE WORLD’S END yesterday afternoon, and I’m sorry to report that mint is the least successful filmic frozen ice cream flavour. … Continue reading

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