Godzilla II: King Of The Monsters (2019) Film Review

Godzilla returns for the much anticipated sequel to the 2014 reboot of the popular Japanese monster. This film will be the true test of the monsterverse that Legendary Studios are creating with Godzilla and King Kong. They have both had their solo films with mixed receptions, does the monsterverse have traction with Godzilla's second outing?... Continue Reading →

Avengers: Endgame (2019) Film Review (Spoiler Free Review)

In 2008, there was an experiment to bring Superhero films to the mainstream. Marvel Studios partnered with Disney to bring together Marvel's most popular heroes and create a cinematic universe that would have the potential to make billions, and it did. Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Hawkeye and Black Widow would come together to... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Historical Figures That Need A Biopic

Biopics are hugely popular within cinema. The cinematic representation of historical figures always create controversy on how they are portrayed. Do biopic celebrate the life of someone or do they harshly criticise? However, biopics can enlighten people about the forgotten people of history or shed light on popular events. Below is 10 historical figures that... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Movie American Presidents

In a world where politics have been so theatrical, I think it is an apt time to look at something a bit more subdued. Here is The Cinema Cabin's Top 5 Movie American Presidents. 5) Idiocracy: President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho Even though this film is set 500 years in the future, President... Continue Reading →

Top 8 Steven Spielberg Films of all Time.

Arguably one of the greatest directors all of time, Steven Spielberg has been one of the leading pioneers in Hollywood for over four decades. Spielberg's ability to diversify his choice of films from wide appealing family oriented blockbusters to stark and bleak historic biopics has allowed Spielberg to create one of the greatest filmographies of... Continue Reading →

Diamonds Are Forever (1971) Film Review

Sean Connery returns as Bond and Shirley Bassey returns to perform one of the most iconic Bond songs. Diamonds Are Forever starts off with Bond looking to kill Blofeld for killing his wife in the previous film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Bond kills Blofeld and then is assigned to a mission to investigate someone trying to steal... Continue Reading →

Top 100 Films. 76. Dark City (1998)

One of the most underrated sci-fi's of the 1990's. Dark City has everything from a great unique story, fantastic aesthetics and marvellous performances. Some parts of the film are dated by 90's filmmaking but this only adds to the charm.  Rufus Sewell plays Murdoch whom suffers from amnesia and wakes up to be a suspect... Continue Reading →

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