The Bois Are Back In Town Yo, this be Reuben. As you may have noticed through the SAT500 series that just passed, oh the marathon it was, I'm a lover of Pixar, and most things they've made, except maybe if it's Cars 2, hm. In fact, Incredibles 2 follows the studio's trend of the last decade…Read more Incredibles 2 (2018) Review
Behind every film there's some bozo putting it all together and telling everyone what to do -- time to celebrate the best of 'em. Milo. Edgar Wright what A LEDGE. Someone who's movies I adore so much I almost wrote a critical dissertation on them, I strongly believe that, in terms of channelling films as…Read more SAT500: Best Director Of All Time
What some would say the best decade for the blockbuster, the 80s gave us a smorgasboard of iconic classic movies. Milo. Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981) While this treasure cleaned up at Best Action Movie of All Time picks, I was saving it for this one. In my eyes, the ultimate action-adventure, explosive blockbuster,…Read more SAT500: Best Movie Of The 80s
Milo here. Ah, my boi Jon Favreau -- "the amiable, husky-framed actor with the tight, crinkly hair" (my favourite description on IMDb. However, when he ain't starring in such big-budget cinematic masterpieces as Zookeeper and I Love You, Man, he's directing 'em! Indeed, with an eclectic mix of eight titles over his career in the chair,…Read more RANKED: Jon Favreau Movies – Milo
What came first, the misery or the music? Yo, this be Reuben. Ol' Milo boi recommended I'd give this film a go so vigorously he in fact lent his DVD to me. I went and gave it a watch the other day, and I can safely say it was not 2 hours wasted. In fact,…Read more High Fidelity (2000) Review
Early Man United were much better than Mourinho's Man United, that's for sure... Yo, this be Reuben. Ayyy, two posts in one day! Aardman are a company very close to my heart, as the pride of Bristol and the west country of England, as well as being a leading cinematic force for the whole of…Read more Early Man (2018) Review
Oioi, I’ve recently contributed a little Rocky Horror post to the excellent Otherworlds of Film.
On a separate note (and he hasn’t asked me to write this), this is honestly one of the most engaging and entertaining blogs out there, so if enjoy anything movie-related, I’d highly HIGHLY recommend a follow, got it?
Hey hey! Milo here from Stuff And That comin’ in for a Vault post (how exciting). Thanks again to chaboi Elliot for letting me in (it sure was cold out there), and don’t delay checkin’ out Stuff And That, if I haven’t completely disgusted you that is…
I’mma gonna be lookin’ at The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a 1975 comedy-musical film directed by Jim Sharman, written by Sharman and Richard O’ Brien, and starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and O’Brien himself.
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