Prick up your donkeys, me old china plate, cos the brown bread are coming back to porridge knife – and they’re headed straight to Hackney (Ok I admit to looking up an English to Cockney Slang dictionary- so bear with me as it gets worse!). This high-concept, low-brained pile of Albert Halls is proper Easter Bunny. You heard right: Cockneys vs Zombies? So join Film and TV Nerd as It’s well Robin Hood. Continue reading Cockney’s vs Zombies | 2012
Although Thor, the Hulk and other recurring characters have gone missing this time (with somewhat vague explanations for their absence), nobody’s going to mistake “Civil War” for a chamber piece. Trailers sold this installment as a tale of intra-Avengers warfare, set off by the government’s demand that Captain America allow the arrest of his old friend The Winter Soldier, aka Bucky Barnes, an assassin whose moral compass has been scrambled by brainwashing, so that he can be punished for his presumed role in a terrorist attack. And it is that. But only some of the time. Continue reading Captain America | Civil War (2016)
Creed hits the UK theaters January 15th as the 7th installment in the Rocky saga looks to land a punch once again, this time its Rocky’s turn to fill the managers role as Apollo Creeds son looks to cast off his fathers shadow and make his own legacy, but will it leave up to the hype?
Its not so much a ghost story, but a story with a ghost in it, words uttered by Edith Cushing (played by Mia Wasikowska) these words didn’t seem to mean much when she said them at the beginning of the film, but as the credits started to roll, it was then i realized she described the plot in just a few simple words. Continue reading Crimson Peak (2015) Review