Top 100 Films – 73. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (2010)

Edgar Wright fresh from his hugely popular Cornetto films, Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, takes on the hugely popular graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim vs The World.  An underserved bomb at the box office and a film that did the impossible, made me like Michael Cera.... The basic premise of Scott Pilgrim vs The World is about Scott Pilgrim, played... Continue Reading →

Top 100 Films – 74. Boyhood (2014)

The film that took 12 years to make, not because of production issues or budget issues, it was a plan to film a boy's growth from child to young adult. An experiment that one would regard as revolutionary and interesting to see the cast grow as people and characters. Boyhood is a brilliant film that invites the... Continue Reading →

Top 100 Films. 75. The Cowboys (1972)

For every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday my Dad would have control of the TV. My Dad would watch the stereotypical 'Dad fare'. He would watch war films and westerns. John Wayne was a constant in the western genre. I had to watch a lot of John Wayne films, some were bad, some were good.... 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 →

Top 100 Films – 79. Cloverfield (2008)

The 2008 found footage film that reinvented viral marketing and took advantage of the found footage craze and as of 2018, kick started an unlikely franchise that each installment has an enigma surrounding them just like the 2008 film.    Cloverfield starts with a house party to say goodbye to Rob whose camera it is throughout the... Continue Reading →

Top 100 Films. 83. Beyond The Mat (1999)

HE'S GONNA PUKE!!! Famous lines from the billionaire and chairman of the WWE, Vince Mcmahon. Beyond The Mat was one of the first behind the scenes look at the world of professional wrestling. The documentary focused on the careers of Terry Funk, Mick Foley and Jake 'The Snake' Roberts. It details the hardships of being the in... Continue Reading →

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