Monthly Archives: Jul 2020

Rear Window (1954) – Review

A wheelchair-bound photographer named Jeff (James Stewart), finds himself housebound and out of bored, curiosity, begins spying on his neighbours from his own apartment window, before quickly becoming convinced that one of them has infact, murdered his own wife. Jeff enlists assistance from his girlfriend Lisa (Grace Kelly), and nursing assistant to investigate and hopefully uncover the truth. A timeless and captivating classic that despite the straightforward storyline, never leaves you bored.

Rating: 4 out of 5.
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The Martian (2015) – Review

After an astronaut is caught up in a fierce storm during a mission to Mars, the rest of his team assume him to be dead and consequently leave the planet. From there, Mark Watney (Matt Damon), must do his best to find a way of communicating to Earth, to start the ball rolling on a daring rescue operation that quickly turned into a race against time. Another solid Ridley Scott movie that is currently streaming on Netflix.

Rating: 3 out of 5.
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