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5 hours ago
Maleficent malevolently rejuvenates a classic, whilst inducing you into an eternal coma. Much like Lana Del Ray’s monotonous rendition of the once melodic “Once Upon a Dream”, Maleficent herself has endured a radical change of character. Onc... Read the full review »
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1 day ago
Hellbound: Hellraiser II recycles the same puzzling configurations whilst building upon its gory labyrinthine lore. After commencing with an unnecessary brief recap of Kirsty’s father’s murder, an event that powered her motives in the original... Read the full review »
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2 days ago
Zero Dark Thirty chronicles the decade-long hunt for bin Laden with profound neutrality. Darkness. A blank screen echoes the desperate screams and howls of innocent civilians telephoning their loved ones before the World Trade Centre crumbled over... Read the full review »
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3 days ago
Safe (2012)

Safe (2012)

5 / 10
Safe can’t quite translate the correct combination for unlocking action extravagance. Jason Statham is, once again, Jason Statham. No longer is he cranked up from high voltage energy. Nor is he transporting people to their existential destinatio... Read the full review »
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4 days ago
Paper Moon folds its wholesome bribery into an exquisitely simplistic origami comedy. The severe worldwide economic decline of the 30s, most popularly known as “The Great Depression”, resulted in thousands of individuals bargaining and bribing... Read the full review »
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6 days ago
King of Hearts plays a royal flush in visual comedy whilst succinctly revealing its war microcosm. In a small picturesque town established in France, towards the end of the First World War, a squadron of Imperial German troops implement an explosi... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
The Old Dark House implements a shadowy haunted abode that fails to capitalise on its genre parodies. Wales, in typical fashion, engulfed in a blustery storm of torrential rainfall and piercing lightning bolts. Crumbling landslides block narrow ro... Read the full review »
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Eighth Grade takes the coming-of-age exam and scores a stupendous “A-“. Middle school, the conception of adolescence through external influences, allows its pupils to explore their own personalities. To investigate what exactly defines them be... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Nineteen Eighty-Four authoritatively fictionalises truth in the midst of mass totalitarianism. London, 1984. Formerly known as England, now the governmental repressive state of Oceania. Outside the colossal walls of Airstrip One, containing a soci... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Smash and Grab crystallises the central cooperation of workers for a brief examination on societal segregation. Two functioning robots, one that smashes luminescent minerals and the other grabs the crushed rocks to toss into a furnace, are hooked... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
47 Meters Down Uncaged removes its metal gratings for an equally suffocating submergence. So, for some reason, a sequel was commissioned for 47 Meters Down. A shark thriller that played out its entire second half as a hallucinatory waste of time.... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
The Colossus of New York gigantically zaps from pseudo-scientific inquisition to self-annihilatory rampage. Question: if possible, would it be morally right to preserve the mind of a genius so that its intellectual brilliance can continue to serve... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
X-Men: First Class absorbs the heroic energy of its predecessors and outputs much needed youthful power. The Cuban Missile Crisis. A sociopolitical confrontation between the United States and Soviet Union having uncovered the latter’s strategic... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
Red Lights gradually burns out as it illuminates several uninspired non-sensical clichés. “If your mum was one of those people who went to see a psychic because, umm her stomach was bothering her and the psychic told her that it was nothing, th... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
47 Ronin wasted forty-six talented Japanese actors whilst decimating Chūshingura in the process. The revenge of the forty-seven rōnin, which details a band of leaderless samurai avenging the death of their master, has been retold, performed and... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
The Secret of Kells provides vivid pigmentation to its insubstantial Irish scriptorium. Rural Ireland, 9th Century. An age where brutish Vikings expand their forces, ravaging the various settlements scattered across the picturesque country. Walls... Read the full review »
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Killer Sofa stuffs its murderous fabric with foam drier than its rusty springs. Let’s set the record straight. It’s not a sofa. It’s a recliner. “Killer Recliner” adheres to the accuracy of its furniture depiction. Secondly, who would pu... Read the full review »