The Tracking Shot Movie reviews and ramblings

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Top 30 Films of 2015

As has become my own little tradition in recent years, this December was largely spent desperately trying to catch up on as many movies that I missed in 2015 as I possibly could. Despite my...

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John Goodman : Top 25 Roles

I recently did a list for Den of Geek looking at John Goodman’s best TV and movie roles to date. Essentially I decided he’s the master of being the best thing about pretty much...

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Revisiting HBO’s The Pacific

I recently wrote a retrospective looking back at HBO’s powerful World War 2 drama The Pacific for Den of Geek. It doesn’t get quite as much coverage as it’s superb predecessor Band of Brothers,...

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Class of ’85 – The Goonies

The good folks at Hey U Guys have been running a series of articles looking back at the best movies of 1985 and rather fittingly given their website name, my piece on The Goonies...

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Class of ’85 – A View To A Kill

The excellent Hey U Guys have been running a series of features on movies released thirty (drink that in for a second) years ago, back in the summer of 1985. I was lucky enough to write...

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James Bond #2 : From Russia With Love

I realised about ten minutes into re-watching From Russia With Love that it must be one of the Bond movies which I have seen the least amount of times. Less glamourous than other Connery...

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First Deadpool Trailer Arrives

Ever since it debuted at Comic-Con last month to a rapturous reception, the first trailer for 20th Century Fox’s R-Rated adaptation of Deadpool has been in pretty high demand. The man himself, Ryan Reynolds,...

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Listen Up Philip

I recently reviewed Alex Ross Perry’s comedy drama Listen Up Philip, starring Jason Schwartzman, Elizabeth Moss, Jonathan Pryce and Krysten Ritter, for the good folks at Starburst Magazine. It’s rare that a film’s central...

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James Bond #1 : Dr No

Terence Young’s Dr No was quite literally the prototype James Bond film, providing the blueprint upon which all subsequent Bond movies would be built. It may not yet quite be the finished article, for me...