Square Eyes’s Film Reviews
26 Films have been rated or reviewed by Square Eyes.
- A United Kingdom (2016)
- Seretse Khama, is, and rightly so, compared to Mandala. The movie could have been longer, to more clearly, explain the events of how Britain stifled the formation of Botswana and Seretse Khama becoming King, but otherwise, excellent acting and viewing.
- DVD $19.95
- Bastille Day (2016)
- An average thriller, but one that entertained from beginning to end. Put your feet up and enjoy.
- DVD $34.95 | Blu-Ray $39.95
- Ghost Writer, The (2010)
- The miserable weather, throughout the movie, got a bit tedious. Ewan McGregor was perfect for the role. His dialogue was spot on. Peirce Brosnan was good too. I definitely never saw the ending coming, though. Worth watching just for that!
- Money Monster (2016)
- Not a bad movie. The twist at the end made it all worth while. One to watch on a wet weekend.
$10 $7.50, $14.95
- Churchill (2017)
- Totally opposite portrayal of the Churchill the public know. I doubt very much that he was so weak, as this movie depicted. If he was, Britain would never have won the war. On the other hand Gary Oldman in `Darkest Hour' is an amazing watch.
- DVD $39.95 | Blu-Ray $44.95
- Agatha Christie Code, The (2005)
- I was slightly disappointed. It often teased the viewer but didn't produce anything. Her disappearance was mentioned, but nothing new was disclosed. A single glimpse of archive footage was shown. More would have made it interesting.
- Pecking Order (2017)
- I couldn't stop watching this quirky documentary. I've belonged to many clubs in my time, but none as dysfunctional as this club `was'. Well worth a watch, on a lazy Sunday afternoon – while eating some KFC.
- DVD $19.95
- Childhood's End (TV Mini-series) (2015)
- Lightweight. The storytelling in the first two discs was okay, although some parts weren't credible. Visitors from out of space start controlling earth and their's no resistance? The ending was preachy and a bit of a let down.
- DVD $34.95 | Blu-Ray $34.95
- Gone Girl (2014)
- I kept thinking "What next?!". Rosamund Pike is pure psycho. Ben Affleck good as the bewildered–under–seige husband. The ending was unnecessary, pointless and not credible. The movie should have ended ten minutes earlier, at the more credible ending.
- DVD $34.95 | Blu-Ray
- Accountant, The (2016)
- Ben Affleck is the big–name–draw, but J K Simmons is one class act. Despite the flashbacks, I still didn't pick up on one of the main points. An interesting storyline with a good ending. Not a block–buster, but still a good movie to watch.
- DVD $19.95 | Blu-Ray $24.95