The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Film 47 – 15 – 118 minutes

Director – Patrick Hughes Man Cast Ryan Reynolds Samuel L. Jackson Elodie Yung Richard E. Grant Gary Oldman   I had high hopes for this film with the cast list, and wasn’t at all disappointed.  A highly implausible story line, but who cares!  This was entertainment at 100mph, Ryan Reynolds is great in a comedy … More The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Film 47 – 15 – 118 minutes

Films 41 – 45

Film 41 – War For The Planet of The Apes – 12A- 149 M inutes Director – Matt Reeves Main Cast Andy Serkis Woody Harrelson Steve Zahn Karin Konval Amiah Miller Terry Notary I’d never see a Planet of The Apes at the cinema, in fact I’d never seen a modern day version.  I have … More Films 41 – 45

Film 40 – Churchill – PG – 98 Minutes

Director – Jonathan Tepliszky Main Cast Brian Cox Miranda Richardson John Slattery Ella Purnell Julian Wadham Richard Durden James Purefoy   I’d been looking forward to this one and wasn’t disappointed! Brian Cox was superb as a troubled Winston Churchill, the film is set around D Day and it’s build up.  It tells the tale … More Film 40 – Churchill – PG – 98 Minutes

That Day Again

8 years!  How can 8 years have gone by?  On this day 8 years ago my firstborn son Luke lost his life.  I started the day with some tears, I’ve said it before and I’ll keep saying it, it would be wrong not to shed some now and again, for the rest of my life … More That Day Again

Film 34 – Going in Style – 96 minutes – 12A

Director  – Zach Braff Main Cast Michael Caine Morgan Freeman Ann-Margaret Peter Sarafinowicz Christopher Lloyd Alan Arkin   What an utterly delightful film!  Michael Caine at 84 is as good as he ever was, 3 elderly men whose pension is blown out of the water by big business decide to take matters into their own … More Film 34 – Going in Style – 96 minutes – 12A

Film 33 – Collateral Beauty – 97 minutes – 12A

Director – David Frankel Main Cast Will Smith Edward Norton Kate Winslet Michael Pina Helen Mirren Naomie Harris Keira Knightley Jacob Latimore   The Silver Screen gave me the chance to see this profound film.  Having lost my son had I known the subject matter I may not have gone, but, I’m very glad I … More Film 33 – Collateral Beauty – 97 minutes – 12A