Considering we’re still none the wiser about the true release date of Bond #25, No Time To Die, there’s surely no better moment to do an all time, best-of-Bond top 5. Granted, there may be 24 films in the series to date, but once you dispense of the spoofy Roger Moore years, the Daniel Craig misfires and the ones where Sean Connery had clearly given up caring, there really is only a dozen or so to choose from.
As a minor disclaimer, before creating this list, I didn’t go back and re-watch every film in the franchise – a single viewing of Moonraker is more than sufficient for one lifetime. With that being said, let’s jump into the definitive list of the top 5 films starring everyone’s favourite sociopathic secret service agent.
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Here is a list of five films I watched on Shudder with no idea of what to expect from them. Continue reading →
With most areas of the world still under strict lockdown, many of us have found ourselves with a great deal more time for TV and film. Personally, it’s been the perfect opportunity to revisit some of my all-time favourites, many of which I hadn’t seen for years.
In doing so, however, I couldn’t help but consider how often we recall things through a rose-tinted lens. Perhaps this is pessimistic, solitary confinement me talking, but I was fairly disappointed to find out that some of my favourite films weren’t as perfect as I had remembered.
From dodgy CGI, to laughable cameos and out of place character moments, a fair few of the top films from the last 20 years actually have some infuriatingly bad scenes. In order to exorcise my lockdown lamentations, I’ve decided to put together the definitive list of bad scenes in great movies, here are the top 5. Continue reading →
Well, it finally happened. By the time this article is published I will have likely graduated High School. Gotta say, it’s been a long time coming and I can’t wait to have all the hallmarks of a senior year at the end of this long ro- Coronavirus? Oh, that’s not going to happen anymore, is it? Covid-19 cut a lot of senior years short, along with mine, so to counteract this, in between the best picture winners and Bond films I’ve been watching, I’ve also been watching and rewatching a few classic high school films.
They range from the decent like Fast Times at Ridgemont High, the meh Pretty in Pink, or the totally overrated and terrible Superbad. So because of this, I decided to give my top five movies about high school. I did debate about what films would be on this list. I ultimately decided that just because a movie’s starring roles are mainly high schoolers does not qualify, so movies like Lady Bird, Risky Business, and Rushmore don’t make the list. Continue reading →
As we are all well and truly in lockdown mode both in the UK and across the majority of the globe right now we don’t need to feel guilty about missing that party or turning up late to the pub for Friday night drinks, and can simply, Netflix and chill.
Here is a list I have put together of some compelling films currently available to watch on the streaming service, Netflix. There isn’t a particular theme here, but I have tried to cover all bases with the choices I have made. That being said you could say this list goes from darkest to lightest. Continue reading →