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Deadpool Review
Deadpool Review
Deadpool Review

Deadpool Review

In 2009, we finally saw Deadpool on the big screen. Kind of. To be fair, it wasn’t the Deadpool we w...
 
Cinema Reviews
 
LFF – Bone Tomahawk Review
LFF – Bone Tomahawk Review
LFF – Bone Tomahawk Review

LFF – Bone Tomahawk Review

Kurt Russell is back in western territories for this pulp western story about saving friends from the “savages”. Part road story, part violent exploitation with hints of horror thrown in for good measure. Russell is the small t...
 

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Goosebumps Review
Goosebumps Review
Goosebumps Review

Goosebumps Review

L. Stine, author of the bestselling Goosebumps book series, once characterized his work as “scary books that are also funny.” Although any adults in the audience may have a hard time being scared by director Rob Let...
 
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Ride Along 2 Review
Ride Along 2 Review
Ride Along 2 Review

Ride Along 2 Review

Ride Along 2 sees Kevin Hart and Ice Cube combine once more in another attempt kick start this lame duck of a buddy cop franchise. Retreading all the same steps of it’s predecessor, as Ben Barber (Hart) is still the thorn...
 

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The Big Short Review
The Big Short Review
The Big Short Review

The Big Short Review

Adam Mckay takes a slight step away from comedy to stretch some dramatic muscles in this penned and directed film about the crash on 2008. Well… About certain individuals who saw it coming and then had to watch it happen....
 
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Creed Review
Creed Review
Creed Review

Creed Review

Aware of the need to not only be spoiler free, but also to the point; what follows may for some seem indulgent or unnecessary, but needs must. Rocky V sucked thirteen kinds of balls, and was an even more effective ‘the 80s are ...
 

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The Hateful Eight Review
The Hateful Eight Review
The Hateful Eight Review

The Hateful Eight Review

Tarantino enters the Blizzard’s of Wyoming and huddles together eight very different individuals post-civil war America in his second Western, and eighth film to date: The Hateful Eight. One of them, John Ruth (Kurt Russell) is...
 
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In The Heart Of The Sea Review
In The Heart Of The Sea Review
In The Heart Of The Sea Review

In The Heart Of The Sea Review

Ron Howard is back at it with previous collaborator Chris Hemsworth to bring to screen the story which inspired possibly America’s greatest work of fiction, Moby Dick. But In The Heart Of The Sea proves to be Howard’...
 

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

Right off the bat, please be aware that although this review will be reasonably brief and of course spoiler free; the general approach to cinema reviews is to assume that it’s OK to mention any and all details shown in the vari...
 
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Hector Review
Hector Review
Hector Review

Hector Review

The debut feature from director Jake Gavin has many fine qualities, though it’s will likely slip under many a movie-goer’s radar. Which is a shame because Hector is a genuine low budget gem. Peter Mullan portrays the titular He...
 

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Momentum Review
Momentum Review
Momentum Review

Momentum Review

  There’s a delicious transcontinental flavour to the debut feature from long time Clint Eastwood collaborator Stephen Campanelli. Momentum has Ukrainian Olga Kurylenko trading blows with scene-devouring Brit James Purefoy...
 
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The Hallow Review
The Hallow Review
The Hallow Review

The Hallow Review

Director Corin Hardy’s debut is one slice of modern horror which could prove divisive. While many may agree on the film’s great cinematography and decent, low budget special effects; there may be substantial disagreement over t...
 

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Steve Jobs Review
Steve Jobs Review
Steve Jobs Review

Steve Jobs Review

  The film may have tanked in the US, butn with some luck Danny Boyles new film will do better business over here – and deserving of such as it is a high quality and very original drama. The film takes a very novel approach to ...
 
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Mississippi Grind Review
Mississippi Grind Review
Mississippi Grind Review

Mississippi Grind Review

Gerry (Ben Mendelsohn) is a gambler on a what seems life-long losing streak. He meets the energetic, positive thinking – and winning young gambler Curtis (Reynolds) and the two decide to hit the road together with the dream of ...
 

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Crimson Peak Review
Crimson Peak Review
Crimson Peak Review

Crimson Peak Review

Guillermo Del Toro is handed a budget and let off the leash once more into a world that he high above others sits so comfortably. And yet all is not as it should seem in this gothic horror. Worried spinster/novelist in the maki...
 
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Pan Review
Pan Review
Pan Review

Pan Review

And so back to Never Never Land we go once more in this “prequel” story about how the boy who never grew up finds his way to there. Yes back in a time where even some people’s parent might still not have been born yet – Peter i...
 

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Legend Review
Legend Review
Legend Review

Legend Review

Tom hardy goes double this time round in a portrayal of the Kray twins, two of the most infamous London gangsters from yesteryear. The focus of the plot sees Ronnie and Reggie already established as “business” owners, but much ...
 
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Containment Review
Containment Review
Containment Review

Containment Review

It’s important to cherish the little things. Sometimes the brightest gems pass through cinemas with far less attention than they deserve. David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows, my favourite film of 2015 so far, suffered this fate....
 

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Pressure Review
Pressure Review
Pressure Review

Pressure Review

Somewhere in the Indian Ocean, a ship is heading into a storm. On board are four deep sea saturation divers about to be lowered to the bottom of the sea in a diving bell. Two of them – Hurst (Alan McKenna) and Engel (Danny Hust...
 
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The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Review
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Review
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Review

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Review

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  finally gets the big screen update that has been in the pipeline for such a long time. And thank god so many big releases of late have been a bit of a late down as this may afford this slick spy comedy ...
 

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Fantastic 4 Review
Fantastic 4 Review
Fantastic 4 Review

Fantastic 4 Review

It’s easy to jump on the band wagon, that’s why they’re there – we as a species find solace in community. This can be anything from a literal band, to a group of bullies continuously pestering and demora...
 
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Pixels Review
Pixels Review
Pixels Review

Pixels Review

After aliens get the wrong end of the stick about the contents of a time capsule sent into space and they challenge the earth to a mighty showdown: Their version of real life giant 80’s arcade game characters verses the Earth’s...
 

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The Gift Review
The Gift Review
The Gift Review

The Gift Review

“Everyone changes after high school” says Jason Bateman’s Simon, the protagonist of Joel Edgerton’s directorial debut, The Gift. Edgerton, known as both an actor and screenwriter, has taken the move into...
 
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Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review

Rogue Nation now marks the fifth film in the series headed up by Tom Cruise. We’re seen five very different directors come onboard, a variety of tech-savvy nerds and also leggy females as his IMF selected team members. We’ve al...
 

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The Gallows Review
The Gallows Review
The Gallows Review

The Gallows Review

Found footage films have been around since Cannibal Holocaust, a decent but cheap way to make a film from the perspective of the main character, and their friends, who is filming the events of the film as it happens, it being c...
 
Cinema Reviews
 
Maggie Review
Maggie Review
Maggie Review

Maggie Review

Arnold vs Zombies. Well it is one foe that he hasn’t tackled in his career. But hold your horses right there. Don’t even expect for a  moment that Arnold is going to go toe to toe with the undead 9Well maybe in a couple of brie...
 

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Ant-Man Review
Ant-Man Review
Ant-Man Review

Ant-Man Review

Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) after a falling out with SHIELD operatives in the late 80s decides to recoil his Pym Technology away through fear of it landing in the wrong hands. In present day – recently released ex-con Scott Lang...
 
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Touch Of Evil Review
Touch Of Evil Review
Touch Of Evil Review

Touch Of Evil Review

Seems five years can’t pass without a return to the big screen of one of cinema’s greatest masters. The BFI then are having a look at the ever popular Orson Welles.  His Citizen Kane may have recently been de-throned from the A...
 

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Comet Review
Comet Review
Comet Review

Comet Review

Romantic films of late have become intelligent, the typical Boy mets girl, girls meets boy, is has developed so that film-wise the storylines depend on their audiences being a little more astute with how the storyline will play...
 
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Ted 2 Review
Ted 2 Review
Ted 2 Review

Ted 2 Review

The thunder buddies are back – but the focus has skewed slightly to one side this time round. Mark Wahlberg takes sort of a back seat to Ted himself as this time round its Ted who has a few problems to fix in his own life. Ted ...