Jack Miller

Film fanatic from Bedfordshire. I'm a big fan of social realism and anything by Shane Meadows! Enjoy dramas, thrillers & comedy and my favourite actor is DiCaprio. Keeps up to date with most sports and I'm an avid Leeds United fan forever being disappointed.

Classic movie reviews – Donnie Darko (2001)

Donnie Darko (2001) Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal; Patrick Swayze; Maggie Gyllenhaal Dir.: Richard Kelly In suburban America any attempt to attack social order is thwarted with venomous contempt. The case of Donald Darko is no different. Donald, or Donnie as he is referred to, is played by Jake Gyllenhaal and he faces …

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Rush (Cert.15)

Rush (2013) Dir.: Ron Howard | Cast: Daniel Brühl and Chris Hemsworth  When you witness Ron Howard’s latest motion picture, Rush (2013) you better buckle your seat belt. 123 minutes of exhilarating action directed by Oscar-winning Howard is not something that is going to relax you – this is ‘on the …

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Pain and Gain (Cert.15)

Pain & Gain (2013) Dir.: Michael Bay | Cast: Mark Wahlberg; Dwayne Johnson; Anthony Mackie Pain & Gain (2013) is the new summer blockbuster from Transformers director, Michael Bay that tells the outrageous true story of the American gangster, Daniel Lugo. The film is a satirical action comedy movie which preys on the …

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The World’s End (Cert.15)

The World’s End (2013) Dir: Edgar Wright | Cast: Simon Pegg; Nick Frost, Martin Freeman The latest film from the pairing of Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, The World’s End (2013),  completes their ‘The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy’ which consisted of Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007). It is no secret that …

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The Heat (Cert.15)

The Heat

The Heat (2013) Dir.: Paul Feig | Cast: Sandra Bullock; Melissa McCarthy The Heat (2013) is the latest comedy to come from director Paul Feig, renowned for his 2011 hit Bridesmaids. Feig rocketed to directorial stardom when he released Bridesmaids, which grossed over $160M. Prior to this, he spent time directing T.V series The …

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5 Films For July

If you are wondering what to see next month at the cinema and what films have already received critical acclaim before their release, check out this list of the 5 biggest films in July! The Internship – July 4th. (Cert. 12A) In one of the most anticipated comedies of the season, The Internship (2013), …

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