arnold schwarzenegger

Notebook Reviews: THE TERMINATOR

James Cameron – 1984 The Terminator is tight, taut and tense. James Cameron‘s low budget actioner is near perfect. The 1984 scf-fi thriller marked the first collaboration between the director and Arnold Schwarzenegger and the duo have [...]

October 14, 2020

Clint Eastwood Will Direct And Star In CRY MACHO

The ever-busy Clint Eastwood has set his sights on his next directorial project. The iconic filmmaker will direct and star in Cry Macho for his home studio, Warner Bros. The 90 year-old is currently scouting locations and while the film [...]

October 3, 2020

Uncovering Curiosities: Robert Altman’s THE LONG GOODBYE

Elliott Gould plays Raymond Chandler’s iconic and laconic private detective, Philip Marlow in this screen adaptation of The Long Goodbye. Robert Altman directs this film, which oozes 70s cinematic style. Altman’s film sees Marlowe investigate [...]

September 11, 2020

Notebook Reviews: TOTAL RECALL

Paul Verhoeven – 1990 Total Recall is a first rate science fiction action movie from Dutch director Paul Verhoeven. Sure, some of the effects might be a little dated in the CGI era, but they were great for their time and they still hold-up. [...]

August 27, 2020

George Clooney’s BATMAN

In 1996 it was announced that George Clooney would be replacing Val Kilmer as Batman/Bruce Wayne in Batman & Robin – the fourth instalment in the Warner Bros. hugely successful Batman franchise. Clooney would share the screen with box office [...]

June 2, 2020

Notebook Reviews: THE 6TH DAY

Roger Spottiswoode – 2000  The 6th Day is an enjoyable sci-fi flick from Tomorrow Never Dies director Roger Spottiswoode. Arnold Schwarzenegger does what he does best, in this film which has echoes of Total Recall.  It has its flaws [...]

April 13, 2020

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