Barney Nuttall

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The penultimate piece to my kung-fu excursion, Expect No Mercy was the perfect storm of high budget and poor writing. Oh, and the effects are terrible, and when Jurassic Park was made two years before there aren't many excuses. But, overall Expe... Read the full review »
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Tenet (2020)

Tenet (2020)

8 / 10
In preparation for Tenet, I went to a screening of Inception. I had seen it twice before, but never on the big screen. And, from the big screen, I unlocked the emotional centre of Inception which had never struck me before. This enhanced the film... Read the full review »
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The Ballad of Cable Hogue rides on the charisma of the wonderful rapscallion Jason Robards as the titular character. Cable is a true pioneer, survivalist, and all-around loveable rouge. Robards carries Cable with a tenderness that seems to touch a... Read the full review »
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The second experience of my Kung Fu movie sabbatical, The Ninja Squad was an enigma. Where was it filmed? Why is everyone dubbed over with Australian accents? How does The Ninja Squad have the best ending ever committed to film? It's your standard... Read the full review »
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In Morocco, December of 1941, lies Casablanca; a cultural mixing pot where refugees remain in limbo, desperately trying to attain a fabled travel pass to America. In the epicentre of Nazi and Ally tensions lies Rick's, a gin joint owned by our cyn... Read the full review »
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When you choose to make a dark comedy it's important to commit to darkness. Martin McDonagh and Paul Thomas Anderson are both fine examples of this, blending sweet and sour like a Michelin star chef. Taika Waititi has succeeded in this in the past... Read the full review »
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When watching Baywatch, I felt my skin begin to shrivel, much like it does in water. Because, not only was I drowning in a sea of crass sexualisation and borderline racism, I was also feeling the affects of a film which is so out of date it isn't... Read the full review »
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A naive, young perspective on poverty in America, The Florida Project takes place in the shadow of Disney World where dreams are sold half price. In the midst of the concrete jungle, there is Moonee, a young child who smiles at everything in life.... Read the full review »
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Cube (1997)

Cube (1997)

8 / 10
Cube uses it's a central gimmick to its full potential taking this low budget gore-fest to new levels. The script is executed with precision, knowing exactly when to take the next step of the plot. This isn't the key to a masterpiece but it works... Read the full review »
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After buying the four movie bumper bargain dvd pack simply titled MARTIAL ARTS in obnoxious 'oriental' font, I hoped for something brilliantly bad. Sadly, Kickboxer III is acceptable, a fate worse than horrendous. The issue with the film is, asid... Read the full review »