Movie reviews of Jack Bottomley

These are all the movies and series that Jack has reviewed. Read more at: Roobla.

Number of movie reviews: 163 / 163

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A Glitch in the Matrix is a deeply compelling, sometimes scary and sometimes strangely moving watch, and my current film of 2021. Outstanding. Review

10

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13 february

13 feb

Overall, WWE TLC was arguably the greatest PPV of the year in WWE... Review

10

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22 december

22 dec

Hell in a Cell matches bring the heat, everything else is left cold. Review

6.0

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8 november

8 nov

Dublin drama hits hard with its complexities of life, love and loss. Review

8.0

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18 october

18 oct

Clash of Champions: Gold Rush was bookended by greatness. Review

7.0

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29 september

29 sep

Tilda Cobham-Hervey shines as the iconic Helen Reddy! Review

8.0

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27 september

27 sep

A pleasantly surprising night that saw WWE planning things out wisely. Review

8.0

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31 august

31 aug

Tenet is one of the most important film releases ever and it could not be any better suited for the task. Review

10

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27 august

27 aug

Summerslam did not have one bad match and saw much of the card shock us with its quality and the ending admittedly lived up to the PPV tagline. Review

8.0

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27 august

27 aug

Andrew Traucki’s sequel to his 2007 crocodile horror is a taut, well made, natural horror that feels at home on the big screen. Review

8.0

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17 august

17 aug

SCOOB! is a flawed Scooby-Doo story with potential but despite the stuff that clicks, there is a similar amount of material that feels slightly unusual. That said, the prime target audience will probably be entertained and while not everything works, this fun animation is in no way the worst thing that’s happened to these meddling kids in the last 50 years… Review

6.0

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3 august

3 aug

The horror hit which has thrived in a time of crisis, thoroughly deserves its hard-earned success. Review

8.0

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21 july

21 jul

Overall, The Horror Show at Extreme Rules is a polarising event, some things worked, some things didn’t and some things were never going to work for some people. Review

6.0

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20 july

20 jul

Will Ferrell’s Eurovision caper yields a movie just as crazy, flawed, excitable and fun as you expect! Review

8.0

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4 july

4 jul

American remakes of international features can be a slippery slope but Downhill is a commendable attempt, if lacking the nuance and impact. Review

6.0

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2 july

2 jul

So was the hype met? I suppose you could say it was. Far from a perfect show but the main event shone, while there was fun to be had in other areas of this show’s 3 hour duration. Review

7.0

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15 june

15 jun

Fantastic acting all round ensures this true life tale of sacrifice gets the respect it deserves. Review

8.0

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2020-05-23

2020

WWE really tried to do something unusual here and I think they succeeded. Review

7.0

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2020-05-11

2020

The WWE pulled off their biggest show of the year and made it feel distinctive, special, unusual and memorable. Review

9.0

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2020-04-23

2020

Bloodshot is not the most groundbreaking start for a hopeful Valiant comics universe but boasts enjoyable throwback nanite-aided action! Review

6.0

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2020-04-18

2020

The Grudge adds virtually nothing to the already inferior American adaptations of the J-Horror phenomenon. Review

2.0

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2020-04-18

2020

Dolittle is not the out and out travesty it has been made out to be, the pieces are all there, but it feels like they were put-together by one of the animal’s themselves, who jumped in and had a go, rather than just letting the doc do his job. Review

4.0

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2020-04-18

2020

Pixar’s Onward is a warm hearted fantasy, with lots to enjoy for the entire family. Review

8.0

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2020-04-02

2020

Like A Boss misses its target entirely. Review

2.0

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2020-04-02

2020

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