Co-written by Vaughn and Jane Goldman, Kingsman draws its inspiration from a Mark Millar/Dave Gibbons graphic novel, but unapologetically borrows traits from a wealth of genre classics. Of course, the 007 catalogue provides structure to the main Kingsman story, right down to the presence of an over-the-top Bond-esque villain named Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson), a megalomaniac with a devious – and silly – plan to damage our planet. Continue reading Kingsmen – The Secret Service (2014) Review
Lets cut the chitty chat chat chat and get right into this awesome and visually striking film that is a delight for kids and adults alike. Continue reading Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016) Review
The Bride returns once again as she looks to finish what she started, but now the word is out that she is awake and seeking her revenge , whist this one is perhaps more subtle than its predecessor it provides extra plot and more of a sense of realism at times. Continue reading Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004) Review
Quentin tarantino has always been a personal favorite director/actor of mine, from the classics such as Pulp fiction, Django Unchained and my personal favorite From Dusk Till Dawn. And yet it was only recently with a bit of prompting I finally saw one of his most acclaimed films Kill Bill. Continue reading Kill Bill Volume 1 (2003) Review
This is the first entry into the hidden Gems series, looking at the obscure but soon to be cult classics out there.
All things 1980’s! neon lights, power ballads, VHS tapes, ghetto blasters and more, all crammed into this glorious 30 minute film entitled Kung Fury! Continue reading Kung Fury (2015) Review