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17 hours ago
Fast & Furious 6 copies what made its predecessor so rejuvenating, just set in London. 'Fast Five' was a franchise high, transforming a forgettable street-racing montage into an action extravaganza that disregards all laws of physics. This sequel... Read the full review »
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The Emoji Movie is a "meh" slowly turning into an "angry" and finishing on a "poop" emoji. When a film, any film for that matter, garners near-universal disdain from everyone, naturally my curiosity spikes up more than Christina Aguilera does when... Read the full review »
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2 days ago
Annabelle Comes Home to a menagerie of spine-tingling haunted shenanigans. "A beacon for other spirits" utters Lorraine Warren outside a misty cemetery, staring blankly at the possessed doll. Yeah, no kidding! Just when I thought this so-called ci... Read the full review »
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3 days ago
Dark Water shrivelled up any sense of horror with its mundane waterworks. Yet another American remake of an Asian horror feature that does not do any justice to the source material. But, before I begin to release a flood of criticism, I do want to... Read the full review »
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4 days ago
San Andreas vibrationally shakes its cast off the ground and into implausible, unlikely and downright lucky situations. Disaster films have never been my pleasure, heck they're not even my guilty pleasure. Films designed to showcase state-of-the-a... Read the full review »
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5 days ago
The Day The Earth Stood Still moves less frequently than Keanu Reeves' expressionless face. Wise's original 1951 black-and-white sci-fi was a landmark of the genre, exploring an allegory of human violence that expressed the impression of post-WWII... Read the full review »
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6 days ago
One Man Band musically tries to impress but is as memorable as a flat note. The beauty of Pixar's animated shorts, is their ability to emanate innovation and creativity. A chance for the team to experiment with various techniques. We saw it in the... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
The Ridiculous 6 is unequivocally ridiculously atrocious. Y'know, sometimes I like to think that Adam Sandler gets a bad reputation because of his questionable work in 'Jack and Jill'. I graciously give him opportunities to win me over with his "c... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
What To Expect When You're Expecting was expectedly dull and an unexpected baby repellent. As a sexual of the homo variety, with no desire for children/offspring/minions ever, I knew right from the first onscreen pregnancy test that I was not the... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Death Becomes Her consumes magical powers of youth to avoid typical roles for its actors. Freakishly bizarre. Absurdly unusual. Unnaturally weird. The schlocky originality that oozes out of every aspect that the film harnesses, is enough to make m... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Carrie (2013)

Carrie (2013)

4 / 10
Carrie opts for less blood, minimal religious fanaticism and zero scares. Let me just whip out the old "Rules on Remakes" book. No need to blow the dust off, I'm often opening this beast up. Let's see here...ah! Rule number one: Don't remake a fil... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
La Haine incites provocative hatred within an uncompromising socioeconomic divide. The inevitable rise in impoverished settlements to cater for France's unwanted incline of immigrants was a blistering event that catapulted French governmental bodi... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Wall Street endeavours in archetypal financial greed, garnering lucrative results in the process. "The main thing about money, Bud, is that it makes you do things you don't want to do.". One of many sentiments, and perfectly executed speeches, tha... Read the full review »
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1 week ago
Downsizing shrinks its intriguing premise into a story of minuscule proportions. There's nothing more infuriating then observing a genius concept become mere waste. It's like staring at a light bulb as it flickers for two hours, waiting for its fi... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
Tak3n 1s qu1t3 s1mply th3 m0st un3ccesary s3qu3l t0 3v3r 3xist. You thought the second film in this series was inferior to the original. Phwoar! Wait until you check this out! The daughter, father and mother had all been taken. Who's next? The fam... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
The Gallows kept hanging around for nothing and had me wanting to use a noose. Was the production budget dangling on a string of rope or something? Because this was cheaper than a school theatre production! The inexpensive and simple conception of... Read the full review »
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2 weeks ago
Taken 2 seeks for vengeance by succumbing to sheer unnecessary stupidity. Paris was a no go. Istanbul was next! Eventually, Bryan Mills will end European tourism. Any successful film just cannot be left alone these days. Sequels, prequels and rema... Read the full review »