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4 weeks ago
In Bruges attaches a cynically hilarious screenplay to its quaint tourist destination. “So, is he having a nice time, seeing all the canals and that? All the canals and the old buildings and that. Have you been down, like, all the old cobbled st... Read the full review »
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The Lighthouse shines a mythologically surreal light of dread upon its sluggishly repetitious narrative. “Should pale death with treble dread - Make the ocean caves our bed. God who hear’st the surges roll - Deign to save our supplicant soul... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Before I Go To Sleep prevents narcolepsy yet succumbs to the forgettable deficiency of an amnesiac. Domestic thrillers, much like memories, could last an eternity or a short-term duration amongst the saturation of its genre. Particular scenes, ima... Read the full review »
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The Haunting of Sharon Tate exploitatively genericises a gruesome tragedy for an abysmally immoral horror. Nope. This review is finished. Not sure where to go from here in all honesty. There are bad horrors that exist in the planes of our reality.... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Zombeavers was damned of any originality despite its gnawingly bovine title. Zombie beavers. No, not slang for the female genitalia (although the film predictably makes a joke or two regarding that), but the large semi-aquatic rodent that yearns t... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
The Children’s Hour adorns the innocence of youth to manipulate the mature through increasingly captivating fabrications. The Wright-Dobie School for Girls, a private school operated by mutual friends and former classmates Karen and Martha. A se... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
Clash (2017)

Clash (2017)

6 / 10
Clash claustrophobically confines the convulsions of Egyptian revolution, yet unable to accelerate its policing vehicle. The Egyptian coup d’état of ‘13 was one of the most significant religious political uprisings of modern history. The oust... Read the full review »
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Parasite leeches onto societal dissociation to create a thrillingly hilarious satire on capitalism. “Rich people are naive. No resentments. No creases on them.”. “It all gets ironed out. Money is an iron. Those creases all get smoothed out b... Read the full review »
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1 month ago
The Look of Silence magnifies the immorally glorified souls of those who slaughtered millions of innocent “communists”. “We’d drag them. Some of them screamed. ‘Please, sir! Have mercy!’ But we don’t care. In fact, we beat him again... Read the full review »
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Circus of Books opens its store doors to moving LGBT culture, history and rights. 8230 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, Los Angeles. A bookstore aptly named “Book Circus” established its existence until ‘82 when the owner was experien... Read the full review »
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Maleficent Mistress of Evil lethargically flies away to Pandora 2.0 tasking Aurora with the narrative heavy-lifting. With the first feature tackling the events of the animated classic’s plot from the perspective of the supposedly antagonistic Ma... Read the full review »
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1 month 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 month 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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1 month 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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1 month 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 »