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Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs deliciously makes for a three-course animated meal. Sitting. Thinking. Noting. Researching. Motivating. Reviewing! Lettuce take the thyme to digest the cheesy grate-ness that sub-lime-ly makes time fries at an up-... Read the full review »
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Despicable Me nefariously uncovers endearment amongst the loveless. Villains, more often than not, are typically the most intriguing characters within a story. From super-powered megalomaniacs yearning to control the universe to fanatic psychotics... Read the full review »
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Jumanji: The Next Level confidently advances onto the next stage whilst recycling the same gameplay mechanics. Much like in a video game, a sequel retains the same core components that provides the intellectual property with unique qualities whils... Read the full review »
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Sparrows Can’t Sing chirps Cockney rhyming slangs without an unflappable story. “‘E didn’t say, “Dear, you’re divine”. Nor did ‘e say, “Darling, be mine”. So why do I see in ‘im everything. Well, sparrers, poor sparrers, pret... Read the full review »
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Portrait of a Lady on Fire paints a sumptuous masterpiece of scorching zealous romance. Eurydice and Orpheus. Fateful love bounded by tragedy. Her solemn death inflicting immeasurable amounts of sorrowful melancholia upon Orpheus, harnessing melod... Read the full review »
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The Signal distorts its amplified paranoid frequency creating high-pitched sci-fi perplexities. Choices of morality. The conflict between sound logical reasoning and overwhelming emotional burden. It is the fundamental laws of human nature to base... Read the full review »
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Sea Fever secretes a parasitically contagious premise but anchored by mismatched luminescence. “Sea fever”, or rather cabin fever, indicates an increase in distress after expending prolonged amounts of time in one claustrophobic or isolated lo... Read the full review »
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The Legend of Mor’du supplies one-dimensional grizzly lore through two-dimensional simplicity. ‘Brave’, one of Pixar’s most underrated features, hosts a villainous prince consumed by greed whom is transformed into a monstrous bear by an ec... Read the full review »
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Lizzie (2018)

Lizzie (2018)

4 / 10
Lizzie haphazardly swings its hatchet in a multitude of underdeveloped misdirections. Lizzie Borden. Iconography for feminism. Tragedy for forbidden love. At thirty-two years of age, in the quaint town of Fall River, Massachusetts, she made nation... Read the full review »
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Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark paints a chillingly mythical portrait but commonly forgets to turn the lights off. Lord Blackwood. Wildlife painter, doting father and sacrificial murderer. His son kidnapped by miniature entities residing in the dark... Read the full review »
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Nostalgia For The Light seamlessly connects the constellations of astronomy and the fossilisations of archeology with that of the tyrannical Pinochet dictatorship. Past. Present. Future. Time is nothing more than a grain of sand basking in the exp... Read the full review »
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Flowers in the Attic dances around its murderous agenda without the gothic buds ever blossoming. Incalculable amounts of money? Or doting motherhood? The fundamental ultimatum for any recent widower, lumbered with four beautifully blonde children,... Read the full review »
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Regression suppresses the psychological overburden of satanic panic for a hellishly pedestrian thriller. The moral mayhem of satanic abuse hysteria plagued American media primarily in the 80s. County officers charging potentially innocent folk wit... Read the full review »
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Catfight repetitively punches out middle class entitlement whilst leaving heavy-handed political bruises. Ladies and gentlemen, please be seated and welcome to Catfight! In the red corner today, we have a self-entitled casual alcoholic who parasit... Read the full review »
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Hail Satan fiendishly chronicles the establishment and growth of a contemporary ideology searching for national pluralism. Who or what is Satan? Decades of media representation, including film, television and illustrations, perpetuate the “demon... Read the full review »