Sean Connery

The Name of the Rose

August 2, 2011 // 0 Comments

"The Name Of The Rose" is a dark murder mystery set in a monastery in Italy during the 14th century. It is a film of European origin and thus, hardly surprising, it has a very different flair than Hollywood productions. Instead of the glossy, [...]

Dr. No

October 20, 2008 // 0 Comments

The James Bond titles have been some of the most stellar and memorable DVD releases in the past and eagerly, of course, we were awaiting the first of the films to appear on Blu-Ray. The first of the Broccoli-produced movies, the 1962 classic "Dr. [...]

Rising Sun

March 13, 2007 // 0 Comments

"We may come from a fragmented MTV rap video culture, but they do not." Michael Crichton doesn't have a reliable track record when it comes to movies adapted from his best-selling novels. Like John Grisham, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and [...]

Diamonds Are Forever – James Bond Ultimate Edition

December 21, 2006 // 0 Comments

The James Bond franchise has survived endless parodies, changing social mores, and a long line of actors to remain the most successful and longest-running movie series in history. Inspired by the works of Ian Fleming, the titular secret agent has been [...]

Time Bandits

September 18, 2005 // 0 Comments

A possible re-telling of "The Wizard of Oz, Terry Gilliam's 1981 "Time Bandits" contains all the usual irreverent, wacky, British humor we've grown to know and love. And puppets and trolls. David Rappaport stars as Randall, a [...]

The Name Of The Rose

June 29, 2004 // 0 Comments

"The Name Of The Rose" is a dark murder mystery set in a monastery during the 14th century. It is a film of European origin and thus, hardly surprising, it has a very different flair that Hollywood productions, providing it with a gritty, edgy [...]

Sword Of The Valiant

April 6, 2004 // 0 Comments

The 80s have produced some really quirky films, almost macabre one would want to say. ’Sword Of The Valiant’ is one such film. Despite the fact that the film boasts some big screen names such as Sean Connery, Trevor Howard and Peter Cushing, [...]

Time Bandits

February 5, 2004 // 0 Comments

Terry Gilliam’s ’Time Bandits’ is making a return to DVD in a Special Edition from Anchor Bay. The quirky film about a kid getting lost in time with a bunch of wee thieves on a crime spree through the ages. Visiting Napoleon, Agamemnon, Robin Hood [...]

The Wind And The Lion

January 28, 2004 // 0 Comments

Released in 1975, John Milius’ "The Wind And The Lion" was then perceived as homage to the sweeping historical epics that old studio Hollywood regularly churned out. In the era that spawned films like "The Godfather, " "Mean [...]

The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

January 20, 2004 // 0 Comments

Superheroes in movies are hot these days and it is hardly surprising that apart from the straight paper-to-celluloid adaptations of the most infamous characters we also see incarnations of some smaller comic books. Not surprisingly, these more obscure [...]
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