Trevor Willsmer

Hall of Fame Reviewer - 2011 2012 2013
Top Reviewer Ranking: 34
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (12,338 of 13,006)
Location: London, England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 34 - Total Helpful Votes: 12338 of 13006
Rush [Blu-ray] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Chris Hemsworth
Rush [Blu-ray] Blu-ray ~ Chris Hemsworth
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Nikki Lauder-James Hunt feud during the 1976 Grand Prix Formula One season is one of the greatest stories in motor racing history with everything you could wish for to make a perfect movie - two strong, remarkable larger than life characters, a horrendous near fatal crash and an against all odds recovery and comeback only six weeks later, driven by a rivalry that comes down to the very last point in the very last minutes of the very last race of the season - and Rush doesn't disappoint. It's the perfect mixture of the perfect script perfectly cast, with look-alikes Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl embodying the real people they play with a keen eye for their verbal and physical… Read more
The Car [Blu-ray] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ James Brolin
The Car [Blu-ray] Blu-ray ~ James Brolin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Forget John Carpenter's stuck-in-neutral Christine, the most enjoyable pulp horror flick about a demonic car is easily Elliot Silverstein's all-but-forgotten The Car, an early credit for the writers of Clint Eastwood's The Gauntlet and Pale Rider. Universal wanted a Jaws set on dry land - very dry land, since they decided to set it in the kind of small desert town that was a staple of Jack Arnold's sci-fi films of the 50s for the studio. James Brolin's the small town cop who gradually realises that the anonymous black car that's randomly picking off hitchhikers, cyclists and pedestrians may just be being driven by the Devil himself - after all, its appearances are heralded by an unearthly… Read more
Christine <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Keith Gordon
Christine Blu-ray ~ Keith Gordon
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By 1983 the critical shine and excitement had worn off on John Carpenter's career: The Thing had flopped and, like the more financially successful Escape from New York, had disappointed many of his early supporters enough to convince them that maybe he wasn't the next big thing after all. The poorly paced Christine only reinforced the notion, doing modest business and pleasing few at the time with what should have been a killer concept made in horror movie heaven: a car that's born bad to the bone and its increasingly deadly love affair with the geek-turned-jock who restores it and becomes violently possessed by it. It's got a lot going for it - the script is more socially savvy than the… Read more