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  • Al Coe

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    Romance, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Action, Horror, Foreign Language, Irish, Arthouse, Documentaries, Childrens, All Movies

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Edge of Tomorrow

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

This movie is action packed Its a combination of Groundhog Day & The Matrix, if you enjoyed Source Code you will enjoy this. Perfect movie for the big screen and think its the first movie that paints Cruise as an unlikely character at the start of the movie, Cruse and Blunt are both very good, Great start to the Summer blockbuster season. , Go see.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

If you enjoy comic book movies this is Deffo worth the price of the ticket, enjoyable enough and some good action.seems to setting up a lot of things for future movies tho rather than concentrating on story. Not as good as Raimi's Spider-Man 2 though. Worth seeing on the big screen.

Noah

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

Was delighted to see this early at the Premiere, Crowe introduced the movie saying "It's not what you expect" he wasn't wrong.i was expected more from this movie and came out disappointed , It's trying to be more like a Lord of the Rings Type movie but jus doesn't pull it off, very slow start and a few good scenes when flood comes but slows down again.Noah is not a likeable character at all doing the work he thinks The Creator (god is never mentioned) wants him to do and one of his sons. (Lerman) spends the entire movie trying to find a woman.i think a lot of people are gonna walk away from this disappointed.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Captain America is back in Action again since we last seen him in the Avengers and he comes back with a bang. This is a very good film with plenty of great action including one part where he brings down a jet single handedly. Even though this is a superhero movie it's more like a Spy/ Conspiracy movie which I think everyone can enjoy it, not specifically Marvel fans.good story & a few twists and turns. Definitely worth seeing on the Big screen but yet another movie that doesn't really need to be in 3D. Even if your not a superhero fan, if you like Bond & Bourne you will enjoy this, Go See but be sure to stick around until after the credits roll.

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

Very disappointed with this, loved the first one and seen it so many times and laughed every time.started off good with a few laughs but just went downhill ,no one laughing hard in the cinema at all.maybe they should have just left it alone and not made the sequel.just wait for it to be on TV.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

If you enjoyed The Lord of The Ring movies you will love this, much more exiting than the slower paced part one.i avoided the HFR this time as I thought It was just too distracting ,glad I did a I enjoyed it much more. Worth a trip to the movies and plenty of edge of seat moments, already looking forward to art 3.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Wasn't sure what to expect when I seen this , seen it at a preview and hasn't heard a lot so wasn't sure if it was a comedy or not, I enjoyed it a lot more that I expected and it's more serious than you think, basically all about a daydreamer who takes so e big steps away from the daydreams and has some real life adventures.its a nice movie with a fantastic soundtrack and amazing scenery that will prob make you want to take a Fri to Iceland. A good chemistry between Stiller and Wiig but felt Wiig was a bit under used. Worth a look if you just want a change from the Big Bang blockbusters plus nice to get a 3D break.

The Wolverine

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Jackman is back as Wolverine for a sixth time and the one is much better than "Wolverine" and not loads of mutants thrown in for the sake of it. Set after X Men 3 where Logan is living in the woods not doing much, until someone from his last past asks for help. action Is pretty good and a few good action scenes, got the feeling action was cut to keep it kiddie friendly.if you enjoy the marvel movies you will enjoy this.stick around for the pretty cool mid credit sequence.

Pacific Rim

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Was at the Premiere on Tue and this pretty much ticks all the boxes for a great summer blockbuster, Monsters , Robots and big fights, if you like action movies you'll love this and is pretty good 3D not like some movies which are just 3D for the sake of it and don't be fooled by the trailers it isn't like transformers. Story is predictable enough but so what If you want a deep plot go to see something else if you want to see a crash bang movie go to see this it does what it says on the tin you won't be dissapointed.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Seen this on the new Imax in Cineworld at the 48 FPS and have to say i was very very dissapointed Esp after seeing the Star Trek preview which looked amazing on Imax but when The Hobbit started it looked dodgy and cheapo like a movie you would see on the Sci-Fi channel,Thought this was only the start but know the whole movie looked this way and the action scene just looked speeded up and it just ruined the movie for me. So in my opinion donr see it in the higher speed rate deffo go for the 24 FBS and wont have a problem, The movie is enjoyable and some good action scenes but a bit slow in the middle and a bit dragged out, on a possitive note Freeman is excellent as Bilbo and am looking forward to no 2 plus always good to see Gollum back on screen. If you're into the Lord Of the Rings you will enjoy it but i am deffo not alone on the bashing of the high speed rate.

Rise of the Guardians

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Seen this at preview in Savoy on Sunday enjoyed it and animation looked good,Dont think small kids will love it (under 6) as isnt enough going on to hold their attention or enough funny stuff but kids over six will get a kick out of it and enjoy it,Nice movie to see over the Xmas.

Skyfall

Reviewed by Al Coe

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Hard to do a review of this without spoliers but anyway, Bond is back on top form after the crappy Quantum of solace fiasco, Bond fans wont be dissapointed , the opening scene is brilliant opening with great action,Good action throughout and you get to see a differant side of Bond and that he isn't indestructable after all and also get a bit of a back story too. Javier Bardem is a great villain and tries to intimidate Bond in a way not seen before.well worth a look Skyfall is very enjoyable but i thought it lagged a bit in the middle but the old school Bond in the end made up for it still well worth the price of admission ands also play spot the nods to previous Bonds, great to have Q back but needs more gadgets next time.