Category Archive: Classic Reviews

‘BEAUTY AND THE BEAST’ (1991) CLASSIC REVIEW – Tale As Old As Time

‘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

MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: THE MOVIE (1995) CLASSIC REVIEW – Feast Your Eyes On This Masterpiece

Lets not waste any time shall we? This movie is just amazing, it is entertaining, endlessly hilarious, and it perfectly encapsulates everything that makes up Power Rangers. Here you have a perfect example… Continue reading

‘THE SEARCHERS’ (1956) CLASSIC MOVIE REVIEW – One of John Ford’s Most Influential Westerns

This John Ford directed classic is one of the better Westerns in film history that went on to influence many films within the wider reaches of the genre through the 60’s, 70’s and… Continue reading

‘UNBREAKABLE’ (2000) CLASSIC MOVIE REVIEW – Undoubtedly Shyamalan’s Best Film

Unbreakable is one of M. Night Shyamalan’s earliest films and i’d say that after just seeing it for the first time it is now my favourite film by the Shyamalan. Thanks to the… Continue reading

‘SAW’ (2004) Classic Movie Review – Live Or Die…… Make Your Choice

It’s Halloween, so why not revisit this absolute masterpiece of Horror. ‘Saw’, the film that birthed one of the most successful horror franchises of all time is definitely the best of the franchise… Continue reading

‘BEN-HUR’ (1959) Classic Review – The True Definition of an ‘Epic’

‘Ben-Hur’ is a Historical Epic that dominated the 1960 Oscars becoming one of three films ever to win 11 academy awards to this day (joining ‘Titanic’ and ‘LotR: RoTK’) including Best Actor, Director,… Continue reading

‘DIRTY DANCING’ (1987) Classic Review – “Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner”

This 29 year old film released on this day in 1987 was made for a measly $6M and has since made a whopping $214M and is loved by many people from those who lived… Continue reading

‘GREASE’ (1978) Classic Review – The Original High School Musical

Grease is a Romantic Comedy/Musical set in the 1950’s about two students who fall in love in the summer and when they run into each other at Rydell High they both try to… Continue reading

‘THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM’ (2007) Classic Review – ‘Get Some Rest Pam, You Look Tired’

‘The Bourne Ultimatum’ marks the conclusion of the epic Bourne Trilogy introduced by Doug Liman in 2002, elevated by Paul Greengrass in 2004, and perfected by Greengrass in 2007. This movie has everything… Continue reading

‘THE BOURNE SUPREMACY’ (2004) – Classic Review – Introducing Paul Greengrass

After revisiting the one that started it all; ‘The Bourne Identity’, here we are with the second film in the Bourne Trilogy titled ‘The Bourne Supremacy’. Firstly, it is very very common for… Continue reading