The Magnificent Seven, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

The Magnificent Seven

People often say that today’s films are either a mix of comic book movies, remakes, or sequels, and nothing original gets made. Of course this is an over-generalization, though is semi accurate for the big blockbuster films that Hollywood makes. But let’s be fair, we love to see big spectacle, and only huge action, adventure,…

David Brent, Life On The Road, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

David Brent: Life On The Road

I’m a huge fan of the original British series, The Office, and still to this day it has one of the best final episodes of any TV series out there, at the very least in the top 5 in my eyes. Ricky Gervais as well is someone who tends to either do amazing or great…

James Bond, Spectre, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

James Bond: Spectre

James Bond is one of the few truly iconic film characters that has stood the test of time. In fact, he might be the number one of all time seeing as there have been 24 Bond movies over the last 53 years. Just think about that for a second. That’s crazy! Though, I’m fine to…

Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

The first Maze Runner film came out last year, and for me was a surprise package. I had seen most of the teen novel adaption’s over the years, with some being good, others ok, and some just plain bad. This films trailer looked like nothing special, but when I actually saw it I was hugely…

Hitman: Agent 47, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Hitman: Agent 47

Computer game adaption’s into films are a dime a dozen these days, and have been for two decades. Though what’s much rarer than actual adaption’s, is good ones. For every Mortal Kombat and Resident Evil 3, there are a pile of other shitty ones that are pumped out to try and make a buck. Back…

New Dragon Gate Inn, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

New Dragon Gate Inn

When looking for a film to review recently, I saw the title for this Hong Kong action film and read in the description that it had Donnie Yen and Tony Leung in it and, for some reason, I thought this was the name of a more recent film. When it turned up in my letterbox,…

Margaret Cho, Beautiful, Review, Film, Movie, The Flawed Guru

Margaret Cho: Beautiful

I really do love a good stand up comedian, as often no two are alike. Also the range of subject matter joked about as well as how the jokes are delivered can be just as diverse. You have the straight up comedians who don’t use profanity or never get crude such as Jerry Seinfeld and…