Sandfire is an early adventure in Thomas Caine’s during his career with the CIA’s Special Operations Group. He’s younger and forging the relationships that will become important later when he is disavowed and on the run. Even back then he was a global traveler, with Sandfire talking him to Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
How does the movie compare with the novel, and can one be better than the other?
Being a long-time fan of the British television series Spooks, I was keen to see how it translated into the big screen format when the sequel movie, Spooks: The Greater Good, was released in May of this year. My problem was the movie never appeared in cinemas in Australia. I had to wait six months … Continue reading Movie Review: Spooks: The Greater Good
From the opening scene until the film’s harrowing conclusion, Sicario makes one wonder if we have walked into a horror flick rather than a spy thriller. One can’t help but feel an impending sense of doom, that an awful turn of events is about to transpire, in every scene of this gripping film. The deep, … Continue reading Movie review: Sicario