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  1. Angel Has Fallen They've decided to make Mike Banning more human by giving him migraines. Except they amount to nothing. He still kills a load of people, just not as graphically or nastily as the first two. 2 out of 5
  2. I recommend Gladiator. No, it’s not the Russell Crowe movie, it’s an early nineties boxing movie from the director of Road House. The main lead is a bit wooden, but there’s great support from Cuba Gooding Jr., Robert Loggia and Brian Dennehy, the last one playing the villainous promoter of illegal boxing matches. It’s high cheese with a simple story, very eighties in feel. But if you like the Rocky movies, you’ll get a kick out of it. And yes, there is a montage or two.
  3. I wasn’t blown away by this. But I’m genuinely interested to see where it goes. Something I could never say about Discovery.
  4. Rambo: Last Blood A nice brief running time at 90 minutes. The last twenty or so minutes is insane carnage. But the plot is a bit by the numbers, at one point feeling overly mean. Taken meets Sicario meets Home Alone. But not as good as any of those films. 3 out of 5
  5. I don’t like this at all. Glad I got it on game pass and didn’t pay for it.
  6. There's a few on the list that I haven't seen. Can't wait!
  7. Dolemite Is My Name. Best Eddie Murphy film in years. Loved it.
  8. Breakdown. A good pulp thriller with Kurt Russell’s wife getting kidnapped by truckers. Ninety minutes, no fuss story telling. Co-starring the late, much missed J.T. Walsh. Man, nobody does an icy stare like he does. One of the best bad guy actors ever. 4 out of 5
  9. They’re going to have do some serious reworking, if they use later books. I think there’s one where he spends two thirds of the book hiding behind rocks drinking water and eating power bars.
  10. I was kind of thinking the same when watching. It is Lindelof after all. But everything ties together quite neatly to be honest. It doesn't leave loads of mysteries unanswered. So I recommend sticking with it. I nearly bailed, but glad I didn't.
  11. They have a phone app as well. Although I do prefer the website.
  12. Yeah, it's not great for finding stuff. I recommend Justwatch. Found loads of stuff I probably never would've using their site, and you can filter by all sorts of things, genre, release date etc. https://www.justwatch.com/uk/provider/amazon-prime-video/movies
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