Saturday night trip to the cinema with my wife and some friends. More enjoyable than the last Coen Brothers flick – Inside Llewyn boring Davis. Funny in places, I’d watch it again, but won’t be rushing to buy the DVD when it’s released.
Amazing, it doesn’t get much better than Gene Hackman in his prime as Popeye Doyle. An all-time classic. Rod Steiger is pretty good too. If it was on the box tomorrow, I’d re-watch it in a flash.
1950 war film with Trevor Howard behind enemy lines orchestrating resistance to the Germans. Okay, I’ve seen a lot worse in my time.
Taped more in hope than expectation, but I really really enjoyed it. Brad Pitt and his unruly band of cohorts roam around behind enemy lines casting fear and dread into the hearts of the Nazis. Christopher Waltz as Col. Hans Landa steals the show.
Bio-pic of the Kray Twins featuring Tom Hardy as both Ronnie and Reggie. Fact blended probably with a dose of fiction. I enjoyed it.
60’s horror film with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Also featuring a young Roy Castle. Something about tarot cards creep me out. An easy hour and a half’s viewing.