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It seems that when it comes to movies and 'gun-fu', Keanu Reeves can do no wrong.
He mastered it in The Matrix and now he's back brandishing more fire arms than an army in John Wick.
Yes it's a children's film but there's so many brilliant funny moments that adults will also revel in the magic of The Princess Bride. Alicia Vikander (a swede playing a German) shows off her funny side, while Elizabeth Debicki (a french woman playing someone who is not French) is great as the villain of the piece.
It's a tad overlong and convoluted but a great, underrated watch. Her portrayal of Jackie Kennedy, days after the assassination of her husband and president of the United States John F Kennedy, is a masterclass of acting.
The tale of a farmhand named Westley and his companions, who need to rescue Princess Buttercup from the evil Prince Humperdinck, is brought to life by the brilliance of Cary Elwes, Robin Wright and Mandy Patinkin. It looks great, thanks to its '60s setting, and the cast are superb.
As well as comedy from Wallace Shawn, André the Giant and Christopher Guest. Henry Cavill (a Brit playing an American CIA agent) finally shows the world the charisma he lacks as Superman, while Armie Hammer (an American playing a Russian) is fantastic as Cavill's KGB opposite.
It's not quite the masterpiece Scorsese was seeking, given he's been mulling the story for decades but it's a worthy, if meandering watch.
Back when Marvel was stumbling its movies and DC were winning with the Batman franchise, Blade appeared and proved that there was worth in comic-book movies.
Miller has created a wonderful, strange movie that is a riveting watch and one that stands toe to toe with The Road Warrior as the best Mad Max film.While the original Zack Snyder film didn’t exactly lend itself to a sequel - it was about a war that was wrapped up in the movie - Rise of an Empire takes on another different battle that’s style over substance but will still keep you entertained.New director Noam Murro cut his teeth on commercials but his move to the big screen is actually a half decent one.Rob Reiner's effortless fairy tale film is a modern classic, filled with quotable lines (thanks to a script and book by William Goldman), unforgettable characters and beautiful scenery.It's a meta marvel, with the movie presenting itself as a fairy tale read to a child at his bedtime. E is by no means a faithful adaption of the TV show of the same name (the characters remain but everything else has changed) but it is a super-stylish crime caper from Guy Ritchie.