G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
As a Brit my childhood was dominated by Action Man and from what I understand was in some ways the equivalent of the G.I. Joe...
I watched "Galaxy Quest" a few years after it first came out and whilst amusing it left no real lasting impression but on re-...
I'm a bit lost having watched "Gallipoli", not something I like to admit, but it is not the movie I was anticipating because ...
The chances are that if you are going to watch "Gambler's Choice" you are a fan of old movies and as such there is a reasonab...
The Game Plan
"The Game Plan" is on one level enjoyable, Dwayne Johnson delivering comedy and charisma as an unexpected father works. But "...
There is a line in "The Game" where the main character Nicholas Van Orton says "I don't really understand it myself" which pr...
In 1987 we had "The Running Man" with Arnold Schwarzenegger playing Ben Richards who finds himself the innocent man in a brut...
Gangs of New York
One of the most interesting things about Martin Scorsese's epic "Gangs of New York" is not that it was yet another movie he n...
I've always liked reading the Garfield shorts that features in newspapers; the sarcastic wit of the fat feline with attitude ...
When I reviewed the first "Garfield" movie I wasn't impressed and felt that the character worked best in short bursts not for...
For those who consider remakes a modern blight on the world of cinema should look at Patrick Hamilton's play "Gaslight" which...
Starring Jude Law, Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke "Gattaca" is one of the most ingenious and thought provoking movies that I hav...
Before Bruce Willis took Mos Def on a bus ride in "16 Blocks" or Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin dodged bullets and boarded...
The Gay Diplomat
The most entertaining thing about "The Gay Diplomat" is a bit of trivia about lead actor Ivan Lebedeff doctoring the audience...
The Gay Divorcee
Coming at a time when "gay" still predominantly meant fun and happy "The Gay Divorcee" was the second movie to feature Fred A...
The General's Daughter
Alongside Scientology John Travolta and Tom Cruise have another thing in common; they've played the same character. Okay so t...
Sometimes when watching a movie I wonder what movie would make an ideal double bill for it, the choice when watching "Generat...
As the London to Brighton car rally approaches, Alan McKim (John Gregson - The Lavender Hill Mob) and friend Ambrose Claverho...
"Genova" is most certainly not your normal sort of movie and as such when you are accustomed to mainstream movies its hard wo...
"The Heart of Christmas" is a very powerful movie because it tells a very powerful story, one w...
Simple question, do you love Dolly Parton? If the answer is no then I sadly suggest you don't g...
Never judge a DVD by its cover, it is a lesson you sometimes learn the hard way especially when...
When I watched "Once Upon a Christmas" I said it was a children's movie and only a children's m...