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1 day ago
The Zero Theorem questions the meaning of life but gets lost in its quirky style. At the time of this review, this is my first Gilliam film. Having heard how zany 'Brazil' and 'Twelve Monkeys' were, I thought to attempt one of his flicks. So the u... Read the full review »
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Epic (2013)

Epic (2013)

6 / 10
Epic may have shot itself in the foot with its title, but provides leaves of family entertainment. Really? You choose to name your film 'Epic'? That's like naming a film 'Colourful' and it turns out to be black and white, you just know you are nev... Read the full review »
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2 days ago
Attack The Block is probably the most exciting film featuring a London council block. Although that's not saying much, let's be honest. Aliens tend to strike landmarks or major capital cities. We've seen the White House explode, The Great Wall of... Read the full review »
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Viceroy's House is a historical drama with enough Indian spice to maintain viewer engagement. Honestly looking at the trailer, I was expecting a story that was made for TV but attempted to be bold enough to grace the big screen. I couldn't be anym... Read the full review »
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2 days ago
Citizen Kane might just be the most important motion picture in the history of cinema. "The greatest film of all time". "The most influential piece of cinema ever". "Orson Welles is the best actor to have ever lived". "Technically flawless". Can w... Read the full review »
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3 days ago
Akira (1988)

Akira (1988)

9 / 10
Akira is arguably the most influential anime classic of all time. Garnering a title such as that automatically inserts high expectations upon everyone. Well, from what I just witnessed, it pretty much floored me. Two school drop outs, Kaneda and T... Read the full review »
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3 days ago
Knight and Day is teeming with forgettable energy that will only last the day and night of you seeing this. Vanilla Sky 2? Hmm...maybe not. Charlie's Angel? Nope, not feeling that either. Mission Impossible 4.5? Getting warmer. Tom Cruise: Typical... Read the full review »
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4 days ago
Deadpool 2 is more of the same, just for another two hours. Whether you view that as a negative or positive will depend on how much you enjoyed its predecessor. For me, it was decent with enough violence, fourth wall breaks and referential comedy... Read the full review »
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5 days ago
Homefront is easily one of Statham's stronger action dramas. With every film I watch of his, my admiration for him heightens to explosive levels. His commitment to the stunt work, the cheesy one liners, the mediocre American accent. He negates the... Read the full review »
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6 days ago
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6 days ago
Breaking In feels broken even before breaking into its generic thrilling stride. Thriller. Easily my favourite genre in all of cinema. There's something invigorating about sitting on the edge of your seat, chomping at your fingernails as you glanc... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Ride Along 2 rides along at an even slower pace, making this the tamest ride you'll see in any thrilling theme park. Its predecessor made money, plenty of it. So for a sequel to be produced almost immediately after was inevitable, and the rushed d... Read the full review »
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Léon is someone you really don't want to mess with. Safe to say this film has spawned many iterations of omnipotent invincible hitmen, it isn't hard to see why. Opening to a lukewarm reception, Léon has rapidly garnered cult status and is a firm... Read the full review »
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Ride Along feels more like a tame carousel than a thrilling rollercoaster. I will still openly admit that I'm not a fan of Kevin Hart, his comedy just doesn't do anything for me. However, I'm always open to new opportunities that may alter my thou... Read the full review »
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Jacob's Ladder is a hallucinogenic psychological thriller that made myself hallucinate. Another film that has garnered cult status over the years, more so for its unique nightmarish flashback narrative structure. I honestly had to sit in silence f... Read the full review »
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Entebbe attempts to explore political revolutionism and oppression with uneven results. A scenario I've never acknowledged, Daniel Brühl and Rosamund Pike, all vital (yet very specific) ingredients that I personally search for in modern thrillers... Read the full review »