Alan (and Lewis!)
Welcome to our Blog.
News, reviews and the ongoings of cinema from Alan and Lewis.
Think Pinky and the Brain but with less World Domination and more bickering on what snack to eat when watching films.
(and, hopefully, more Nathan Fillion. He so dreamy - L)
1 Star - Kernel
2 Stars - Meh
3 Stars - Good
4 Stars - A Must See
5 Stars - Popping!
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Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! Our heroes venture forth yet again and assemble the best snacks that money could buy and race to the cinema to see one of the most awaited films this year, The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Alan … Continue reading
Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! Our heroes speed along the road, shooting at bad guys they deem not worthy and winning the glory of the finest execution. And once they’re done with Mario Kart, they pop along to their local cinema … Continue reading
Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! Our heroes rock their South Afrikaans and wonder to the cinema, in hope of finding their humanity… in a robot? Seriously you guys, you’d watch this? Alan I’m sorry, Avengers 2 isn’t quite out yet so … Continue reading
Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! Our heroes have finally returned from the ghastly nether region of space they call “outside” and venture back to the cinema after their near month of sheer lunacy without the internet. Alan We’re back peeps! Officially. … Continue reading
Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! After going on an unexpected journey to the toilet to ensure that Lewis’ bowels are not desolated by Smaug branded chilli, our heroes hobble to the cinema to watch the last film in the Hobbit trilogy, … Continue reading
Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! After a slight hiatus and numerous trips to A&E from Lewis’s martial art stunts, our heroes finally get back on the cinema bandwagon and decided to go see The Imitation Game. Alan After a week or … Continue reading
Welcome to Almighty Popcorn! Our heroes have journeyed across time (since the summer) and space (their house to the cinema) to watch the latest from the director that is the master of realism, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Interstellar Review Director: Christopher … Continue reading