Joe Johnston’s hiring for the first Captain America movie was hardly a surprise to anyone familiar with his career to date. Initially a big cog
Cinema is littered with trilogies that narrowly missed nailing the hat trick, scoring two out of three falls, or simply just having one weaker entry.
Kicking off with quite possibly the single greatest theme song in cinema history (fight me!) we are hurled kicking and screaming into the swirly, garish
Unfairly maligned on release, Licence To Kill was an attempt to make a 007 adventure that would peak the interest of the “modern” action fan.
As the song goes, Everything Old Is New Again and as Roger Moore shuffled off into the James Bond retirement village to smoke cigars and