Monthly Archives: April 2012

Logan’s Run Review (1976)

Logan’s Run…is dated, forgettable fun. Adapted from the Novel by William F Nolan and George Clayton it is a short, formulaic and often predictable film, but a reasonably enjoyable none nonetheless. Some interesting background ideas, well written dialogue and the … Continue reading

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Escape from LA (1996)

The tacky poster, confusing theatrical trailer and the countless negative reviews can’t quite prepare you for this tiresome mess of a film. Very Bloated, often boring and frankly pretty B*******, Escape from LA is a poor follow up to Escape … Continue reading

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Youth Without Youth (2007)

Youth Without Youth marked Francis Ford Coppola’s return to the director’s chair for the first time in a decade, Critics and fans were interested to say the least, to see what he had cooked up during his self-imposed exile from … Continue reading

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Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Loosely adapted from Gustav Hasford’s Autobiographical novel The Short Timers, Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket remains as engrossing, and as flawed as the day it was released. His second to last film (and last commercial success) it was released in … Continue reading

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