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Reviews Featuring Jason Flemyng
While 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' is not terrible, its highly original and unusual premise deserves a much better treatment.
Not a classic but, as Burt Reynolds remakes go, it could be much worse we could have Vinnie in a new Smokey and the Bandit.
Complex, comical, and streets ahead of the rip-off merchants, this is one of the most influential Brit-flicks of the 90s.
A totally unremarkable underwater creepfest.
Lock, stock and no new ideas.
An enjoyable enough romp in the mediæval muck, with a head-scratching conclusion.
Hope upon hope that this is the last Chucky movie well ever have to endure. But, if there MUST be a sixth one, lets pray that its called Death of Chucky and a painful death at that.
It's a good film - not a great one - and while it deserves its many nominations, there's an audience disconnect that will keep it from winning anything but technical trophies.
Clunky in some scenes, decent in other, Mirrors is an unevenly scary flick thats utterly predictable yet still kinda scary.
To be taken with a large pinch of salt, Solomon Kane is a generally enjoyable yet ultimately flawed fantasy adventure.
A fresh and inventive superhero satire that provides spot on humour, involving characters and a rousing soundtrack to a world (okay, maybe just me) tiring of a saturated comic book genre.
Calling Clash of the Titans a 'run of the mill actioner' would be too kind to this vacuous, pretty boy swords and sandals borefest. And what has happened to Liam Neeson - why did his agent allow him to appear with big hair and a shiny, silver jumpsuit?
A Medieval take on The Expendables that nearly exceeds it's relatively modest budget. Fun for a while but gets monotonous and dreary as it crawls to a climax.
A somewhat return to form for the X-Men series thanks to a few star turns and a pre-dominantly riveting story spanning three decades. Just forget X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine never happened.
Super stylish and refreshingly different, Joe Wright and the young Saoirse Ronan elevate this thriller above a mere gimmick.