Category Archive: Classic Reviews

The music of LES MISERABLES (2012) brings a heart full of love

Tom Hooper‘s Les Misérables is an all out stage musical for the big screen featuring all of the iconic music delivered by a large and immensely talented cast. Les Misérables is one of… Continue reading

Missy Peregrym’s performance is the heart and soul of Stick It (2006)

Stick It follows Haley (Missy Peregrym), a rebellious teen who after a run in with the law is forced back into the world of gymnastics where she will be reluctantly coached by Burt… Continue reading

MAMMA MIA! (2008) Classic Review – Thank You For The Music

Based on the 1999 musical of the same name, Mamma Mia! tells the story of a young bride (Amanda Seyfried) on the fictional Greek island of Kalokairi trying to find her real father… Continue reading

‘SAW: THE FINAL CHAPTER’ (2010) Classic Movie Review – “GAME OVER!”

Saw: The Final Chapter is the final film in the Saw franchise (as of 2010) and where it ends on an epic note for Saw fans, the movie itself isn’t all that great.… Continue reading

‘SAW VI’ (2009) Classic Movie Review – “Right Now You Are Feeling Helpless”

Saw VI is the last film in the franchise that despite my obvious love for the it, it can still be considered a good movie, the same can’t be said for VII. But… Continue reading

‘SAW IV’ (2007) Classic Movie Review – “You Think It’s Over? The Games Have Just Begun”

Saw IV marks the third and final entry in the franchise to be directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, it is also my favourite film in the franchise aside from the original masterpiece. Following… Continue reading

‘BLADE RUNNER’ (1982) Classic Movie Review – Ridley Scott’s Classic Sci-Fi Masterpiece

‘Blade Runner’ is one of Ridley Scott’s filmmaking masterpieces, the neo-noir sci-fi thriller which bombed at the initial box office and was subject to negative reviews has since become an iconic film still… Continue reading

‘SAW III’ (2006) Classic Movie Review – “Suffering? You Haven’t Seen Anything Yet”…

Saw III is the second film in the Saw franchise directed by Darren Lynn Bousman this time with James Wan rejoining Leigh Whannell as a co-writer. The film focuses on John Kramer (Tobin… Continue reading

‘SAW II’ (2005) Classic Movie Review – Oh Yes… There Will Be Blood.

With the impending release of ‘Jigsaw‘ next month I thought it would be a good time to revisit the entire Saw franchise from start to finish for the 50th time and review each… Continue reading


‘Beauty and the Beast’ is one of Disney’s most beloved classics featuring gorgeous animation, an enchanting and romantic story, and incredibly memorable musical numbers that still hold much popularity today. When Belle (Paige… Continue reading